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PDMAB4550 : Auspicious Décor Embroidered Kali Goddess of Destruction Picture, Black Satin & Gold Thread (Accessories, Thai amulet) with Katha:
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Name: Embroidered Goddess Kali Picture
- 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 Goddess of Destruction
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.
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.
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