about kāmyā

I began this blog in service to Lord Indra and completed it – or so I thought – after many months of reverence, research, and writing. Four years later, I return to this devotional work much-changed: wife to a loving and generous husband, busy student preparing for a nursing career, and devotee of Mā Durgā.

As a non-Indian Hindu, I know that my words will not represent Hindus everywhere, that my truth may not hold true for you; I shall only write my small experiences and thoughts and hope that they have some resonance for the reader. I welcome comment and correction and ask that you place any responses into a reply here or an e-mail to primordialyews {AT} gmail DOT com.

May She, the Word, the Power, the gentle and fierce and beautiful, inspire my thoughts to Her delight.
May these writings give worthy offering to the boundless One whose faces give form to all desire.

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2 thoughts on “about kāmyā

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  2. Shiva Setep-en Het-Heru 10 September 2013 at 18:39 Reply

    Namaste,

    I’ve nominated you for the Liebster Award! Check out my latest blog post for more information – http://laketi.kamaat.com/?p=248

    Em Hotep!

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