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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 75, Ushas Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 75, Ushas Summary and Analysis

Ushas is the Goddess of dawn. Her image is of Indo-European origin and may be regarded as the same as Eos of Greece and Aurora of Rome. Ushas rises in the eastern sky in a chariot drawn by seven cows. She is followed by 100 golden chariots. Her veils flow behind her, coloring the morning sky.

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