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Kali the Goddess of Destruction



Kali is one of the most well known and worshipped Hindu Goddesses. The name Kali is derived from the Hindu word that means ‘time’ and that also means ‘black’. Kali in Hinduism is a manifestation of the Divine Mother, which represents the female principle. Frequently, those not comprehending her many roles in life call Kali the goddess of destruction. That is why her images are usually depicted fierce and bloody especially standing on her husband ‘Shiva’ and her red tongue sticking out.

Goddess Kali destroys only to recreate, and what she destroys is sin, ignorance and decay. She is equated with the eternal night, is the transcendent power of time, and is the consort of the god Shiva. It is believed that its Shiva who destroys the world, and Kali is the power or energy with which Shiva acts.

Therefore, Kali is Shiva's shakti, without which Shiva could not act. Kali receives her name because she devours kala (Time) and then resumes her own dark formlessness. This transformative effect can be metaphorically illustrated in the West as a black hole in space. Kali as such is pure and primary reality (the "enfolded order" in modern physics); formless void yet full of potential.


Saraswati the Goddess of Knowledge



Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, arts, wisdom, and learning worshipped throughout Nepal and India. She is a part of the trinity (Tridevi) of Saraswati, Lakshmi and Parvati. All the three forms help the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva to create, maintain and regenerate-recycle the Universe respectively.
 
The earliest known mention of Saraswati as a goddess is in the Rigveda. She has remained significant as a goddess from the Vedic period through modern times of Hindu traditions. Some Hindus celebrate the festival of Vasant Panchami (the fifth day of spring) in her honour, and mark the day by helping young children learn how to write alphabets on that day. The Goddess is also revered by believers of the Jain religion of west and central India, as well as some Buddhist sects.

Saraswati who is revered as a goddess of knowledge, music and arts is also found outside Nepal and India, such as in Japan, Vietnam, Bali (Indonesia) and Myanmar.

In her popular images and pictures, Goddess Saraswati is generally depicted with four arms (some pictures may show only two arms), wearing a white sari and seated on a white lotus. She holds a book and a rosary in her rear two hands, while the front two hands are engaged in the playing of a lute (veena). Her right leg is shown slightly pushing against her left leg. She uses a swan as her vehicle. There is a peacock by her side gazing at her. This symbolism illustrates the following spiritual ideas:

  • The lotus is a symbol of the Supreme Reality, and a white lotus also denotes supreme knowledge. By sitting on a lotus, Saraswati signifies that she is herself rooted in the Supreme Reality, and symbolizes supreme knowledge. The white color symbolizes purity and knowledge. The white sari that the Goddess is wearing denotes that she is the embodiment of pure knowledge.
  • The four amms denote her omnipresence and omnipotence. The two front arms indicate her activity in the physical world and the two back arms signify her presence in the spiritual world. The four hands represent the four elements of the inner personality. The mind (manas) is represented by the front right hand, the intellect (buddhi) by the front left hand, the conditioned consciousness (chitta) by the rear left hand, and the ego (ahankara) by the rear right hand.
  •  The left side of the body symbolizes the qualities of the heart and the right side symbolizes activities of the mind and intellect. A book in the rear left hand signifies that knowledge acquired must be used with love and kindness to promote prosperity of mankind.
  • The rosary signifies concentration, meditation, and contemplation, leading to samadhi, or union with God. A rosary in the rear right hand representing ego conveys that true knowledge acquired with love and devotion melts the ego and results in liberation (moksha) of the seeker from the bondage to the physical world.
  •  The Goddess is shown playing a musical instrument that is held in her front hands, which denote mind and intellect. This symbol conveys that the seeker must tune his mind and intellect in order to live in perfect harmony with the world. Such harmonious living enables the individual to utilize acquired knowledge for the welfare of all mankind.
  • Two swans are depicted on the left side of the Goddess. A swan is said to have a sensitive beak that enables it to distinguish pure milk from a mixture of milk and water. A swan, therefore, symbolizes the power of discrimination, or the ability to discriminate between right and wrong or good and bad. Saraswati uses the swan as her carrier. This indicates that one must acquire and apply knowledge with discrimination for the good of mankind. Knowledge that is dominated by ego can destroy the world.
  • A peacock is sitting next to Saraswati and is anxiously waiting to serve as her vehicle. A peacock depicts unpredictable behavior as its moods can be influenced by the changes in the weather. Saraswati is using a swan as a vehicle and not the peacock. This signifies that one should overcome fear, indecision, and fickleness in order to acquire true knowledge.


Lakshmi the Goddess of Love, Wealth & Beauty


Lakshmi is the Hindu Goddess of wealth, love, prosperity, fortune, and the embodiment of beauty. She is the wife and shakti (energy) of Vishnu, a major god in Hinduism. Lakshmi is also an important deity in Jainism and found in Jain temples. Lakshmi has also been a goddess of abundance and fortune for Buddhists, and was represented on the oldest surviving stupas and cave temples of Buddhism. In Buddhist sects of Tibet, Nepal and Southeast Asia, goddess Vasudhara mirrors the characteristics and attributes of the Hindu goddess Lakshmi with minor iconographic differences.

Lakshmi is depicted as a beautiful woman of golden complexion, with four hands, sitting or standing on a full-bloomed lotus and holding a lotus bud, which stands for beauty, purity, and fertility. her four hands represent the four ends of human life: dharma or righteousness, "kama" or desires, "artha" or wealth, and "moksha" or liberation from the cycle of birth and death.



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PDMAB4550

Auspicious Décor Embroidered Kali Goddess of Destruction Picture, Black Satin & Gold Thread

Features:
-    A Nice Picture to Decorate Your Chanting Room.  
-      More Beautiful with Border Sewed on the cloth.
-     Secure Back with Padded Satin.

Material: black satin and gold thread

Size: 37 x 39 cm

Kali, the Dark Mother or Black Goddess, is believed to be a deity of all-pervading power. Kali Worshipers perform puja during difficult life circumstances and during times of ease. Kali puja in homes involves meditation and chanting in prepared sacred spaces.


 
 
PDMAB4551

Auspicious Décor Fully Embroidered Saraswati Goddess of Knowledge Picture, White Satin & Colored Thread


Features:
-    A Nice Picture to Decorate Your Chanting Room. 
-      More Beautiful with Border Sewed on the cloth.
-     Secure Back with Padded Satin.

Material: white satin and colored thread (pink/purple/gold)

Size: 24 x 35.5 cm

It is good to pray to Saraswati before tests or when seeking to become knowledgeable about something new. She gives blessings to people in pursuit of knowledge or creative pursuits. She can free one from lethargy and ignorance.

 
 

PDMAB4552

Auspicious Décor Embroidered Lakshmi Goddess of Love, Wealth & Beauty Picture Gold Satin & Black Thread


Features:
-    A Nice Picture to Decorate Your Chanting Room. 
-      More Beautiful with Border Sewed on the cloth.
-     Secure Back with Padded Satin.

Material: gold satin and black thread

Size: 29 x 40 cm

Goddess Lakshmi (also known as Mahalakshmi) is the Hindu Goddess of wealth, love, prosperity, fortune, and the embodiment of beauty. She is the wife of Vishnu. She is said to bring good luck and is believed to protect her devotees from all kinds of misery and money-related sorrows.


 



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PDMAB4550

Auspicious Décor Embroidered Kali Goddess of Destruction Picture, Black Satin & Gold Thread

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PDMAB4552

Auspicious Décor Embroidered Lakshmi Goddess of Love, Wealth & Beauty Picture Gold Satin & Black Thread

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