Kali – The fierce form of the primordial feminine.
Kali is the fierce form of primordial feminine Adi Shakti. Goddess Shakti took the fearsome form of Kali to slay two demons. To pacify her fury, her consort, God Shiva lay below her. The protruding tongue of Kali represents her embarrassment of stepping on her husband, Shiva. Kali is depicted as a terrifying, six-armed, holding head of the demon, bowl with blood and scimitar, axe, snake, wearing garland of skulls and garment of severed hands.
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