'Daughter of the Himalayas'
A long time ago in India, the God Shiva was known as the controller of the cosmic forces while his wife Paravatti was
known as the spiritual healer of nature, and the loyal Nandi being servant of the gracious and mighty pair. Then once upon
a sunny day as Nandi was attending to his duties as gardener in the courtyard, Paravatti came up to him asking if he'd keep
a strict watch on the house while she prepared some fragrant oils and incense for her bath, and not to let anybody enter without
her permission. The loyal Nandi was immediately turned to the attention of this new duty, and task when suddenly he saw his
master Shiva approaching and thoughtfully asked to himself: "How shall the master of the house be kept from entering
his own dwelling while still carrying out the orders of my mistress Paravatti?"
So (as the story came to be), the lovely Paravatti's orders were immediately dismissed and dissolved at the approach of
Shiva's entourage perturbing the beloved Goddess that her orders were not carried out or commands obeyed as might've been
expected which was plainly told by the stodgily grin on her husband's face which was not up to par with the lovely Goddess's
plan of amusement or idea of certainty for the day at all. "The servants bestow their loyalty to Shiva first", the
lovely Goddess thought to herself. "Shouldn't there be some-one to bestow their loyalty only to me?"
The next day while Paravatti was alone in the courtyard she took some milky oils from the divine powers of her countenance
and with the patience of wisdom, and kindness created a beautiful guardian boy to watch over her commands and be faithful
to her wishes. She looked lovingly upon the newly created guardian as she smiled thoughtfully to herself saying: "Watch
over my commands that no one enters without permission!" The newly created guardian only smiled, and responded by saying:
"Thou wish's my command!"
Not a few nights did pass until Shiva again arrived at his doorstep finding that he was blocked by the newly created guardian's
order of reproach, or command of forbidden entrance by the `enfamous lovely Goddess whose name's also known as Durga, "The
Daughter of the Himalayas". Such a bold refusal and order of reproach infuriated the thundering God of the cosmic forces
who responded by saying: "How dare you block the entrance to my dwelling?" The newly created guardian only shrugged
and smiled by saying: "No one shall enter my Beloved Goddess mother's house with-out her permission!" Not believing
what to make of the situation Shiva stormed off to find his loyal servant, and companion Nandi to help give a lesson to this
After taking a few Ganjas from the bulk of Shiva's army Nandi proceeded to attack the newly created guardian boy's post
with such a tremendous fury, and surge of force that all the grounds shook and the houses trembled and almost fell. But the
newly created guardian stood firm and was not dismayed by all the disruption, or attacking onslaughts of the ensuing force,
or the onslaughts of the ensuing attacks of the quays standing by his Goddess mothers' orders of reproach; and forbidden entrance
as the demons of the underground wondered as to the loyalty of the newly created companion's strength, and the faithfulness
to his commands that his Goddess mother's orders be obeyed. The demons of the underground marveled at all of the commotion,
and wondered in dismay at the unsuccessful attacks of the onslaughts of the quays while the newly created guardian stood faithfully
by his Goddess mother's order; as the armies of the Ganjas fell back into the retreat of their own surrender, and great disarray.
"Never was there such a thing", they reported back to Shiva. "He was so strong and very quick!"
The disrupting force of the onslaughts and the attacks of the force of the quays had attracted the attention of the demigods
of the underground and their spirit Gods of divinity whom harmoniously choired: "This newly created spirit God's of a
divinity, as must be his orders!" The newly created guardian stood firm against all disruptions and the ensuing attack
of the onslaught of the quays faithfully guarding his Goddess mother's orders not to let anybody enter with-out her permission
and to faithfully obey. The onslaughts of the ensuing commotion, and the attacks of the unsuccessful onslaughts of intrigue
had also attracted the attention of the creator of the Universe "Brahma" whom honorably declared to all that would
listen: "Let's seek a solution to the dilemma of this situation by meditating on the tranquilities of the Universe and
its more peaceful rewards!" But, the great King's skill of meditative tranquility, and communicative advice came down
upon deft ears as the chastising with disdain of sort and civil manner gave way to the infuriating of tempers amongst the
loudest; and bravest of Shiva's gainful, and ill-gotten flairs. "Man thy weapons", went the battle cry. And "let
no stone be left unturned". Around and around went the battle cry as the dilemma of the situation grew bolder, and all
of its infuriation of challenging and intrigue. While all along the mighty Paravatti was watching this situation from a distance
and wondering in bewilderment at all of the disruption and intrigue!
All along Paravatti was watching the situation, and wondering at the ensuing onslaughts of disproportion, and the focus
of the bewilderment of intrigue, as the demons of the underground marveled at her newly created guardian's stance. The newly
created guardian was watchful of his commands to faithfully obey her wishes not to let anybody enter with-out her permission.
All the heavens marveled as the lovely Goddess spoke: "Why go to such lengths for just one small boy?" The newly
created guardian was steadfast against all of the onslaughts of disruption, and its intrigue of disruptive disroportion only
shrugging any focusing onslaughts, or attacks of ensuing commotion staying faithful to the charge that his Goddess mother's
orders be obeyed. "Why bring so many onslaughts against just one small boy trying to prove your subjects of infidelities
and lodgings?" The mighty Paravatti then changed her demur into a focus of impersonal bliss while taking some herbs from
the wealth of her countenance and with the wisdom of kindness, and patience of love created two more Goddess warriors to swallow
up the armies of disproportion and to help with the destruction of the weapons of mass confusion, and disarray. While the
magic formed by the lovely Goddess warriors that were created by the Goddess Paravatti was so powerful they formed the mountains
of the Himalayas from where the armies of the Ganjas were swallowed up and to this day the mountains are known as "The
Unmovable Ones" . . .