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Shakti? What does it mean?

 
 
Nancy88
 
Reply Sat 19 Mar, 2011 02:04 am
“I won’t worry about you, Kavita. You have strength. Fortitude. Shakti. Bombay will bring you hardship. But you, beti, have the strength to endure it.”

I read cross this sentence in a novel written by an Indian-Canadian.
I know Shalti is a goddess of Hinduism . But I don't know why does the author mention the Goddess here. Who can tell me why?
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Reply Sat 19 Mar, 2011 07:53 am
@Nancy88,
Shakti is the Hindi word for strength.

She really is saying you have strength, and not referring to the goddess Durga who symbolizes "shakti".
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