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Kali - the Hindu god of death and destruction, also renewal and motherhood. She is sometimes depicted with ten arms, holding a sword, and with clothes made of human hands. In one battle Kali went on a killing spree. To stop her the Lord Shiva (her husband) threw himself at her feet, she was so stunned that she stuck out her tongue. Many pictures of Kali depict her standing with one foot on Shiva's chest and her tongue sticking out. She is most often pictured as being blue or black in color.


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Kali in Shivaratri procession.

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Vasudhārā, whose name means 'stream of gems' in Sanskrit, is the six-armed Buddhist Bodhisattva of Wealth, Prosperity, and Abundance. She is popular in many Buddhist countries and is a subject in Buddhist legends and art.

Bhairavi is a fierce and terrifying aspect of the Devi virtually indistinguishable from Kali, except for her particular identification as the consort of the Bhairava. She is also called Shubhamkari, good mother to good people and terrible to bad ones. She is seen holding book, rosary, and making fear-dispelling and boon-conferring gestures. She is also known as Baala or Tripurabhairavi. It is believed that when Bhairavi entered the battle field, her horrible appearance made the demons become…

There were more then one set of Greek Muses. The younger set, the Mousai Apollonides, were daughters of Apollo who were worshipped in Delphi where the Temple of Apollo and the Oracle were located. The three sisters, Cephisso, Apollonis, and Borysthenis, are also known as Nētē, Mesē, and Hypatē, the lowest, middle, and highest chords of a lyre. (Photo:Maurice Goldberg—The Marmein dancers in Odalisques, 1920s)

Kali is the Hindu Goddess of Eternal Energy. "She who destroys". The name Kali comes from kāla, which means black, time, death, lord of death, Shiva. Kali means "the black one". Since Shiva is called Kāla - the eternal time, Kālī, his consort, also means "Time" or "Death" (as in time has come). Hence, Kāli is considered the Goddess of Time and Change. The Tantric approach to Kāli is to display courage by confronting her on cremation grounds in the dead of night, despite her terrible…