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Many thanks for the info on Durga and Kali. I will correct my caption.
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"Durga is Kali and Kali is Durga. Although worshipped in the two different from, both Durga and Kali are representations of the same feminine ‘Shakti’. According to Hindu mythology, Goddess Shakti or the feminine power was created by the culmination of energies of all the Gods. The birth of Maa Durga was mainly to destroy the tyranny caused by the Kind of Asuras (demons Mahisasura. The slaying of Mahisasura symbolizes the victory of good over evil.DurgaGoddess Kali originated" Is this wrong?
Not quite completely wrong.Kali and Durga are indeed the two opposing representations of the eternal feminine power Shakti. Durga is both powerful and maternal.She is the all powerful Mother Goddess. Kali on the other hand, is rage personified and is completely annihilating if crossed.In effect, she destroys completely and remorselessly.Therefore her pictorial and sculptural representations almost always denote a bloody tongue ( she drinks the blood of her opponents!) and a garland made of skulls.The picture you had posted was not of Kali.It is of Durga, who is credited with killing Mahishasura ( the king of the demons, whom all the pantheon of Hindu male gods could not defeat).Durga ( not Kali) is the goddess with ten hands and in each of her hands, she carries a weapon/ornament which she needed in order to defeat Mahishasura. To a Hindu or any person who knows about Hindu idolatry, the image you posted is clearly that of Durga.In fact, I would even go as far as to say, that it probably is one of the clay models of Durga, that are made anew each year and worshipped during the autumn every year, usually by Bengalis in India and abroad.
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