From Taj to Vraj reveals the feminine nature of the soul and its relationship with the divine. Here philosophy comes to life as the author shares both her personal challenges as a Sanskrit scholar.
Jaya Devi, an independent Western woman, embarked on a worldwide bicycle tour at the age of twenty- three to search for a deeper experience of love. In India, she encountered different beliefs about women and how they should live and love. Even though strongly drawn to Indian culture, she was unable to accept the common beliefs about women. Questioning whether these were actually rooted in the Vedic teachings, she delved into extensive research which took on an unexpected journey into a new vision of love.
Jaya Devi (Ph.D. Sanskrit), originally from Belgium, found her spiritual home in India. She is a disciple of Shri Satyanarayana Dasa Babaji, the founder-director of the Jiva Institute of Vaishnava Studies, Vrindavan, UP, India. For the past ten years she has been the secretary of the Jiva Institute where she manages the library and coordinates their seminars and cultural activities. Her inspiration is to facilitate women in their spirituality. To see more on her projects and workshops visit.
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