The songs are hymns to Goddess Mother Kali couched in rustic words and symbols of every day life. Yet, most of this symbolism is a rare mosaic of the occult mystery of Tantra-shastra and carry a double meaning. Thus, flying Kites, the blind ox trudging routine endless circles of the village oil maching (Ghaani), the small town countroom, the sailling craft of life - are all symbols of the highest mystic shakta workship of Goddess Durga or Kall (Mahashakti). The English rendering aims to echo the nuances of the original in its threefold uniqueness: (a) Simplicity and rustic symbols, (b) their inner spiritual mystique, and (c) muse and rhymes. The Volume will treat the English speaking world to a taste of this rare Indian spiritual songs and poetry.