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    काली माँ महाकाली भद्रकाली मंत्र Kali Maa Mantra
    aryaDate: Sunday, 08-May-2011, 4:54 PM | Message # 1
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    जय महाकाली भद्रकाली Jai Mahakali Bhadrakali

    ॐ क्रीं काल्यै नमः

    Om Kring Kalikaye Namah


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    काली महाकाली कालिके परमेश्वरी ।
    सर्वानन्दकरी देवी नारायणि नमोऽस्तुते ।।


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    Kali काली is the Guardian. also known as Kālikā (कालिका)

    The Protectress. The Mother. Kali is Dharma and Eternal Time. Kali shines with the brilliance of a Million Black Fires of Dissolution and Her body is bathed in vibuthi (sacred ash). She is also revered as Bhavatārini (literally "redeemer of the universe").

    Just as the night sky appears black due to it's fathomless depth and as the ocean appears deep blue due to it's fathomless depth~ so too Kali appears dark due to Her Infinite depth. Kali assumes the form that reflects the attitude and bhava (emotion) of the person who approaches Her. If Kali is appraoched with the bhava of Motherly Love, She assumes the form of Lakshmi. If Kali is approached as the Guru, embodying Wisdom, Art and Education, She assumes the form of Saraswati. The demons approached Kalika with the bhava of destruction and evil. Consequently, the Divine Mother assumed the form of their Destruction by reflecting, in form, their own Evil.

    The Tantras mention over thirty forms of Kali. The Divine Mother is also known as Kali-Ma, the Black Goddess, Maha Kali, Nitya Kali, Smashana Kali, Raksha Kali, Shyama Kali, Kalikamata, Bhadra Kali, Ugra Chandi, Bhima Chandi, Sidheshvari, Sheetla and Kalaratri.


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    Mahavidyas (Great Wisdoms) or Dasha-Mahavidyas are a group of ten aspects of the Divine Mother or Kali herself or Devi. The 10 Mahavidyas are Wisdom Goddesses, who represent a spectrum of feminine divinity (Shakti) .

    Kali काली, Tara तारा, Tripura Sundari त्रिपुरसुन्दरी(Shodashi) , भुवनेश्वरी, Cchinnamasta छिन्नमस्ता, Bhairavi भैरवी, dhumavati धूमावती, Bagalamukhi बगळामुखी, Matangi मातंगी , and Kamala कमला. These ten aspects of Shakti are the epitome of the entire creation.



    Kāli conveys death, destruction, and the consuming aspects of reality. As such, she death itself. In the Pancatattva ritual, the sadhaka boldly seeks to confront Kali, and thereby assimilates and transforms her into a vehicle of salvation.

    Kali appears as a symbol of triumph over death. Pray to Kali for liberation/salvation/God realization not for siddhis.


    Kali, the Goddess of energy and transformation. The thunderbolt or vajra that destroys the serpent of the ignorance and releases the light of absolute truth.

    Kali wields the sword of knowledge, which cuts through ignorance, a severed head, which symbolizes letting go of rational mind and ego; and the lotus, which represents spiritual fulfillment. She wears a garland of skulls around her neck, which represents the wisdom and memory of human existence."

    When we honour Kali, we honour the changes in our lives. She shows us the cycles in everything - nature, seasons, our relationships, our moods - reminding us that these aspects of ourselves are part of nature - everything must keep changing, evolving to go on being vital.

    Kali teaches that pain, sorrow, decay, death, and destruction are not overcome by denying or explaining them away. These are inevitable parts of life and denying them is futile. For us to realize the fullness of our being and to realize our potential, we must accept these parts of existence. Kali's gift is freedom. The freedom of the child to reveal in the moment, obtained only after confrontation with or acceptance of death. Kali is Mother, not because She protects us from the way things are, but because She reveals our mortality to us and releases us to act fully and freely.

    Meditate on Kali and honour ourselves in all aspects - not simply the positive but ready to accept our shadow side. Eliminating the negative aspect of ourself which doesn't do us any benefit. When you invoke Mahakali you are calling her to liberate you from your restrictions and own negative aspects.. Her tongue hanging out denotes she is teasing you ..its the brutal way of awakening depending upon your mistakes. She dwells in cremation grounds because she brings death.. the old dies and rebirth occurs ..

    भद्रकाली, Bhadrakali in Sanskrit means “blessed, auspicious, beautiful and prosperous” and she is also known as “Gentle Kali”.

    Kali is Chinnamasta छिन्नमस्ता, Chinnamasta is the Hindu the Goddess of Great Wisdom; She is associated with the concept of self-sacrifice and the awakening of the kundalini, our spiritual energy. She is the embodiment of sexual energy.

    Chinnamasta is the shakti or power of Indra or Lightning, the electrical energy of transformation and spreads Herself along myriads of channels enveloping the who of the cosmos. She helps to free from the limitations of the mind, helps successful meditation, improves perception, free from troubles or find solutions to problems. She diminishes negative or dark energies and gives victory over enemies.

    She is shown feeding others with her own blood symbolizes .. dropping own ego and feeding other egos .. she represents tolerance..

    Chinnamasta who helps the sincere and devoted yogi to dissolve his or her mind, including all the ideas, attachments, habits, preconceived ideas into the Pure Divine Consciousness, helping him or her to transcend the mind and to merge with the supra-mental state (unmana) of the Divine Beatific Void.

    This is why we need not fear the loss of our head or of time, because sooner or later death takes us all through the great passage, regardless whether we want it or not. The renunciation at the complicated mechanism of attachment and possession thoughts, of which the most persistent is the idea "I am the body".

    Kali is about going beyond yourself - dropping your ego doesn't mean destroying it but making it divine, your limitations, your masks - coming back to your divine nature. There is no need of destroying the ego for spiritual evolution, ego can be made divine, tolerance, compassion, unconditional love and forgivness makes the ego divine ..

    In the stories of the Hindu pantheon, Kali kills the demons that try to thwart her. One interpretation is that our demon is our negative ego.

    Negative Ego stands in the way of spiritual progress, selfishness, jealously, hate, lust for power etc - of our own spiritual evolution but there is no need of destroying the ego for spiritual evolution. And interestingly, the ego can be well fortified by our own spiritual successes.


    Kali mantra (Мантра Кали)


    OM HRIM SRIM KRIM PARAMESVARI KALIKE SVAHA
    ОМ ХРИМ ШРИМ КРИМ ПАРАМЕШВАРИ КАЛИКЕ СВАХА


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    OM KRING KALIKAYE NAMAH
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    Kali Gayathri Mantra


    The Kali Gayatri addressed to Kali, or Bhavataarini, the redeemer of the universe and the one who helps the aspirant go past the sea of becoming, has the potent effect of conferring health and longevity. The constant sravana (attentive hearing) of the mantra as rendered by traditional pandits in this album will confer good health and strength on the aspirant.

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    काली अष्टोत्तरशतनामावली
    108 names of Kali
    १. काली
    २. कापालिनी
    ३. कान्ता
    ४. कामदा
    ५. कामसुंदरी
    ६. कालरात्री
    ७. कालिका
    ८. कालभैरवपूजिता
    ९. कुरुकुल्ला
    १०. कामिनी
    ११. कमनीयस्वभाविनी
    १२. कुलीना
    १३. कुलकर्त्री
    १४. कुलवर्त्मप्रकाशिनी
    १५. कस्तूरीरसनीला
    १६. काम्या
    १७. कामस्वरूपिणी
    १८. ककारवर्णनीलया
    १९. कामधेनु
    २०. करालिका
    २१. कुलकान्ता
    २२. करालास्या
    २३. कामार्त्ता
    २४. कलावती
    २५. कृशोदरी
    २६. कामाख्या
    २७. कौमारी
    २८. कुलपालिनी
    २९. कुलजा
    ३०. कुलकन्या
    ३१. कलहा
    ३२. कुलपूजिता
    ३३. कामेश्वरी
    ३४. कामकान्ता
    ३५. कुब्जेश्वरगामिनी
    ३६. कामदात्री
    ३७. कामहर्त्री
    ३८. कृष्णा
    ३९. कपर्दिनी
    ४०. कुमुदा
    ४१. कृष्णदेहा
    ४२. कालिन्दी
    ४३. कुलपूजिता
    ४४. काश्यपि
    ४५. कृष्णमाला
    ४६. कुलिशांगी
    ४७. कला
    ४८. क्रींरूपा
    ४९. कुलगम्या
    ५०. कमला
    ५१. कृष्णपूजिता
    ५२. कृशांगी
    ५३. कन्नरी
    ५४. कर्त्री
    ५५. कलकण्ठी
    ५६. कार्तिकी
    ५७. काम्बुकण्ठी
    ५८. कौलिनी
    ५९. कुमुदा
    ६०. कामजीविनी
    ६१. कुलस्त्री
    ६२. कार्तिकी
    ६३. कृत्या
    ६४. कीर्ति
    ६५. कुलपालिका
    ६६. कामदेवकला
    ६७. कल्पलता
    ६८. कामांगबद्धिनी
    ६९. कुन्ती
    ७०. कुमुदप्रिया
    ७१. कदम्बकुसुमोत्सुका
    ७२. कादम्बिनी
    ७३. कमलिनी
    ७४. कृष्णानंदप्रदायिनी
    ७५. कुमारिपूजनरता
    ७६. कुमारीगणशोभिता
    ७७. कुमारीरंश्चरता
    ७८. कुमारीव्रतधारिणी
    ७९. कंकाली
    ८०. कमनीया
    ८१. कामशास्त्रविशारदा
    ८२. कपालखड्वांगधरा
    ८३. कालभैरवरूपिणि
    ८४. कोटरी
    ८५. कोटराक्षी
    ८६. काशी
    ८७. कैलाशवासिनी
    ८८. कात्यायिनी
    ८९. कार्यकरी
    ९०. काव्यशास्त्रप्रमोदिनी
    ९१. कामामर्षणरूपा
    ९२. कामपीठनिवासिनी
    ९३. कंकिनी
    ९४. काकिनी
    ९५. क्रिडा
    ९६. कुत्सिता
    ९७. कलहप्रिया
    ९८. कुण्डगोलोद्-भवाप्राणा
    ९९. कौशिकी
    १००. कीर्तीवर्धिनी
    १०१. कुम्भस्तिनी
    १०२. कटाक्षा
    १०३. काव्या
    १०४. कोकनदप्रिया
    १०५. कान्तारवासिनी
    १०६. कान्ति
    १०७. कठिना
    १०८. कृष्णवल्लभा


    जय माँ काली भद्रकाली

    100 Names of Maha Kali


    Mahakali Jagadhatri (creator of the world)
    Jaganmata ( mother of the world) Jaganmayi (consisting of the world)
    Jagadamba (world mother)
    Jagatsara (essence of the world)
    Jagadanandakarini (cause of bliss in the world)
    Jagadvighnasini (destroyer of world obstacles)
    Gauri (golden one)
    Dukhadaridyanashini (destroyer of unhappiness and poverty)
    Bhairavabhavini Bhavananta Sarasvataprada (bestower of eloquence)
    Chaturvargaprada (giver of the four aims)
    Sadhvi (holy)
    Sarvamangalamangala (greatest fortune of all)
    Bhadrakali Vilakshi Kamadatri (giving desires)
    Kalatmika (self of kalas)Nilavani (blue Sarasvati)
    Mahagaurasarvanga (greatly golden in all limbs)
    Sundaripara (supremely beautiful)
    Sarvasampatprada (giver of all prosperity)
    Bhimanadini (sounding terrifying)
    Varavarnini Vararoha Shivaruha (riding Shiva)
    Mahishasuradhatini Shivapujya (worshipped by Shiva)
    Shivaprita (loved by Shiva)
    Danavendraprapujita (worshipped by Danavas)
    Sarvavidyamayi (consisting of all vidya)
    Sarvasarvabhisthaphalaprada (giver of the fruit of every possible desire) Komalangi (soft of limbs)
    Vidhatri (creatrix)
    Vidhatrivaradayini (giver of boons in creation)
    Purnenduvadana (with a face like the full moon)
    Nilameghavarna (the colour of a blue rain-cloud)
    Kapalini Kurukulla Viprachitta Kantachitta Madonmada (drunk with desire)
    Matangi (elephant lady) Madanaprita Madaghurnitalochana (eyes full of desire) Madottirna Kharparasinaramundavilasini Naramundasraja (with a necklace of men's heads)
    Devi Khadgahasta (holding a cleaver)
    Bhayanaka (giving fear)
    Attahasayuta (laughing loudly)
    Padma (lotus)
    Padmaragopashobhita Karabhayaprada (hand removing fear)
    Kali Kalaratrisvarupini (true form of the night of time)
    Svadha Svaha Vashatkara Saradindusamaprabha Sharatjyotsna (light of the autumn moon)
    Samhlada Viparitaratatura (addicted to taking the superior sexual role)
    Muktakeshi (dishevelled of hair)
    Chinnajata Jatajutavilasini Sarvarajayutabhima Sarvarajoparisthata Shmashanstha (dwelling in the cremation ground)
    Mahanandistuta (praised by Mahanandi)
    Samdiptalochana Shavasanarata (addicted to the corpse asana)
    Nanda Siddhacharanasevita (served by Siddhacharas)
    Balidanapriya (fond of sacrifice)
    Garbha (the womb)
    Bhurbhuvasvahsvarupini (true form of Bhurbhuvahsvar)
    Gayatri Savitri MahanilasarasvatiLakshmirlakshanasamyukta (showing all the signs of Lakshmi)
    Sarvalakshanalakshita (having every single characteristic)
    Vyaghracharmavrita (wearing tiger skin)
    Madhya Trivalivalayanchita Gandharvaihsamstutasa (praised by the Gandharvas)
    Inda Mahapara (greatly supreme one)
    Pavitra Parama (supreme)


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    Kali's fierce form is strewed with awesome symbols. Her black complexion symbolizes her all-embracing and transcendental nature. Says the Mahanirvana Tantra: "Just as all colors disappear in black, so all names and forms disappear in her". Her nudity is primeval, fundamental, and transparent like Nature — the earth, sea, and sky. Kali is free from the illusory covering, for she is beyond the all maya or "false consciousness." Kali's garland of fifty human heads that stands for the fifty letters in the Sanskrit alphabet, symbolizes infinite knowledge.


    Her girdle of severed human hands signifies work and liberation from the cycle of karma.


    Her three eyes represent past, present, and future, — the three modes of time — an attribute that lies in the very name Kali

    Kali's guises and names are diverse. Shyama, Adya Ma, Tara Ma and Dakshina Kalika, Chamundi are popular forms. Then there is Bhadra Kali, who is gentle, Shyamashana Kali, who lives only in the cremation ground, and so on. The most notable Kali temples are in Eastern India — Dakshineshwar and Kalighat in Kolkata (Calcutta) and Kamakhya in Assam, a seat of tantrik practices. Ramakrishna Paramhamsa, Swami Vivekananda, Vamakhyapa, and Ramprasad are some of the legendary devotees of Kali.


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    |Aum Hung Hung Hring Hring Guhye Kaalike|
    |Kring Kring Hung Hring Hring Swaahaa|


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    The Glory Of Mother Kali



    Who can comprehend the Divine paradox of Mother Kali? Fierce, black in color, large, shimmering eyes, destructive, triumphantly smiling amidst the slaughter of billions of demons, wearing a necklace of skulls and a skirt of severed arms, glowing effulgently like the full moon in the night sky, holding the head of a demon, a Trident that flashes like lightning and a knife etched with sacred mantras and infused with Divine Shakti, Kali stands peaceful and content, suffused with the fragrances of jasmine, rose and sandlewood!

    Kali is the Guardian. The Protectress. The Mother. Kali is Dharma and Eternal Time. Kali shines with the brilliance of a Million Black Fires of Dissolution and Her body is bathed in vibuthi (sacred ash). Shiva is under Her Feet and the Great Devotee, Ramprasad, envisioned Kali as stepping upon a demon that was transformed, by Kali’s touch, into Lord Shiva Himself!

    Just as the night sky appears black due to it’s fathomless depth and as the ocean appears deep blue due to it’s fathomless depth, so too Kali appears dark due to Her Infinite depth. Kali assumes the form that reflects the attitude and bhava (emotion) of the person who approaches Her. If Kali is appraoched with the bhava of Motherly Love, She assumes the form of Lakshmi. If Kali is approached as the Guru, embodying Wisdom, Art and Education, She assumes the form of Saraswati. The demons approached Kalika with the bhava of destruction and evil. Consequently, the Divine Mother assumed the form of their Destruction by reflecting, in form, their own Evil. In truth, Kali is all of these forms and beyond them. It is for this Ever-Loving, Evil-Dispelling, Supreme Manifestation of Dharma, Mother Kali, for whom this webpage is dedicated. Enjoy and much Peace to you!


    Scriptural References to Kali

    Kali is thought to have originated as a tribal goddess indigenous to one of India’s inaccessible mountainous regions. The Matsyapurana gives her place of origin as Mount Kalanjara in north central India, east of the Indus Valley floodplain. But owing to the late date of the Puranas’ composition, this evidence regarding Kali’s place of origin cannot be taken as particularly reliable.

    At least thousand years before the Matsyapurana, the name of Kali first appears in Sanskrit literature between the eighth and fifth centuries BCE. The reference, in Mundakopanishad 1.2.4, names Kali as one of the seven quivering tongues of the fire god Agni, whose flames devour sacrificial oblations and transmit them to the gods. The verse characterizes Agni’s seven tongues as black, terrifying, swift as thought, intensely red, smoky colored, sparkling, and radiant. Significantly, the first two adjectives -- kali and karali -- “black” and “terrifying”, recur in later texts to describe the horrific aspect of the goddess. Karali additionally means “having a gaping mouth and protruding teeth”. This verse scarcely suffices to confirm that Kali was a personified goddess during the age of the Upanishads, but it is noteworthy that the adjective that became her name was used to characterize an aspect of the fire god’s power.

    Kali first appears unequivocally as a goddess in the Kathaka Grihyasutra, a ritualistic text that names her in a list of Vedic deities to be invoked with offerings of perfume during the marriage ceremony. Unfortunately, the text reveals nothing more about her.

    During the epic period, some time after the fifth century BCE, Kali emerges better defined in an episode of the Mahabharata. When the camp of the heroic Pandava brothers is attacked one night by the sword-wielding Asvatthaman, his deadly assault is seen as the work of “Kali of bloody mouth and eyes, smeared with blood and adorned with garlands, her garment reddened, -- holding noose in hand -- binding men and horses and elephants with her terrible snares of death” (Mahabharata 10.8.64-65). Although the passage goes on to describe the slaughter as an act of human warfare, it makes clear that the fierce goddess is ultimately the agent of death who carries off those who are slain.

    Kali next appears in the sacred literature during the Puranic age, when new theistic devotional sects displaced the older Brahmanical form of Hinduism. In the fourth and fifth centuries CE the Puranas were written to glorify the great deities Vishnu, Shiva and the Devi -- the Goddess -- as well as lesser gods. One such Purana, the Markandeya, contains within it the foundational text of all subsequent Hindu Goddess religion. This book within a book is known as the Devimahatmya, the Shri Durga Saptashati, or the Chandi.

    The Devimahatmya’s seventh chapter describes Kali springing forth from the furrowed brow of the goddess Durga in order to slay the demons Chanda and Munda. Here, Kali’s horrific form has black, loosely hanging, emaciated flesh that barely conceals her angular bones. Gleaming white fangs protrude from her gaping, blood-stained mouth, framing her lolling red tongue. Sunken, reddened eyes peer out from her black face. She is clad in a tiger’s skin and carries a khatvanga, a skull-topped staff traditionally associated with tribal shamans and magicians. The khatvanga is a clear reminder of Kali’s origin among fierce, aboriginal peoples. In the ensuing battle, much attention is placed on her gaping mouth and gnashing teeth, which devour the demon hordes. At one point Munda hurls thousands of discusses at her, but they enter her mouth “as so many solar orbs vanishing into the denseness of a cloud” (Devimahatmya 7.18). With its cosmic allusion, this passage reveals Kali as the abstraction of primal energy and suggests the underlying connection between the black goddess and Kala (‘time’), an epithet of Shiva. Kali is the inherent power of ever-turning time, the relentless devourer that brings all created things to an end. Even the gods are said to have their origin and dissolution in her.

    The eighth chapter of the Devimahatmya paints an even more gruesome portrait. Having slain Chanda and Munda, Kali is now called Chamunda, and she faces an infinitely more powerful adversary in the demon named Raktabija. Whenever a drop of his blood falls to earth, an identical demon springs up. When utter terror seizes the gods, Durga merely laughs and instructs Kali to drink in the drops of blood. While Durga assaults Raktabija so that his blood runs copiously, Kali avidly laps it up. The demons who spring into being from the flow perish between her gnashing teeth until Raktabija topples drained and lifeless to the ground.


    Different Forms of Mother Kali

    Kali is a powerful and complex goddess with multiple forms. In times of natural disaster she is invoked as the protective Rakshakali. At the magnificent Dakshineswar Temple in Calcutta, she is revered as the beautiful Bhavatarini, Redeemer of the Universe. The Tantras mention over thirty forms of Kali. The Divine Mother is also known as Kali-Ma, the Black Goddess, Maha Kali, Nitya Kali, Smashana Kali, Raksha Kali, Shyama Kali, Kalikamata, Bhadra Kali, Ugra Chandi, Bhima Chandi, Sidheshvari, Sheetla (the goddess of smallpox) and Kalaratri. Maha Kali and Nitya Kali are mentioned in the Tantra philosophy. When there were neither the creation, nor the sun, the moon, the planets, and the earth, when the darkness was enveloped in darkness, then the Mother, the Formless One, Maha Kali, the Great Power, was one with the Maha Kala, the Absolute. Shyama Kali has a somewhat tender aspect and is worshipped in Hindu households. She is the dispenser of boons and the dispeller of fear. People worship Raksha Kali, the Protectress, in times of epidemic, famine, earthquake, drought, and flood. Shamshan Kali (Shmashanakali) is the embodiment of the power of destruction. From her mouth flows a stream of blood, from her neck hangs a garland of human heads, and around her waist is a girdle made of arms. She haunts the cremation grounds in the company of howling jackals and terrifying female spirits. Tantrics worship Siddha Kali to attain pefection. Phalaharini Kali to destroy the results of their actions; Nitya Kali, the eternal Kali, to take away their disease, grief, and suffering and to give them perfection and illumination. She is also known as Kalikamata (“black earth-mother”) and Kalaratri (“black night”). Among the Tamils she is known as Kottavei. Kali is worshipped particularly in Bengal. Her best known temples are in Dakshineshwar and Kalighat in Kolkata (Calcutta) and Kamakhya in Assam.

    Some early Buddhists identified Kalika with their Prajnaparamita, the “Perfection of Wisdom”, conceived of as a multi-armed goddess/female wisdom energy. Buddhist tantrics viewed Prajnaparamita as the original Buddha-consort, and over time, developed this vision further. They viewed Her as the saviouress Tara, “the Compassionate One”, “She who helps the devotee overcome suffering”. As the dark four-armed Ugra Tara, with the dark blue Dhyani-Buddha Aksobhya on her crown, she became “the Wrathful Saviouress”, externally fierce to ward-off enemies and unbelievers, but internally compassionate, the “Embodiment of Compassion”. Buddhists also knew the Dark Goddess as Shyam (the “Dark One”) and Kali. According to the noted Bengali authority on Indian Buddhist Tantra, Dr Benoytosh Bhattacharyya, “Kali, according to Buddhist tradition, is Kadi or Kakaradi, or, in other words, all the consonants of the alphabet....all the consonants of the (Sanskrit) alphabet are deified in her”.

    As Maha Kali (with form) the Great Goddess is most commonly visualised as twenty-armed, ten-faced, with three eyes on each face, her complexion dark and shining. In this form she destroys the egoistic demons Madhu and Kaitabha. This is a form which emanated out of the dark goddess Durga. As Kala Ratri, tawny-eyed, cruel and fond of war, wearing tiger and elephant skins, holding axe, noose, other weapons and a skull-bowl from which she drinks blood, Kali is the “Night of Destruction” at the termination of this world, the Female Spiritual Power always ready to defeat the last demons, so none can pollute the next world. Forms of Bhadra Kali have sixteen arms, eighteen arms or one hundred arms, all giving protection to her devotees. Bhadra Kali is always visualised as huge, wearing a three-pointed crown ornamented with the crescent moon, a snake about her neck, her body draped in red and her mood jolly. She pierces the body of a buffalo with her lance, one of her many weapons. Hindu tantrics believe that in this form She pervades the whole universe.


    Kali’s Name

    ‘Kal’ also translates as Time and ‘i’ means the Cause; Kali, the Cause of Time or She Who is Beyond Time, activates Consciousness to perception, allows Consciousness to perceive. The mystery of Kali’s name, which begins with the first consonant of the Sanskrit alphabet, attached to the first vowel, is deep indeed. From tantric tradition we learn that the whole material universe is but an expression of certain primordial sounds or vibrations.

    These are expressed by the consonants and vowels of the Sanskrit alphabet, combined together in different ways. “Seed-syllables” (Bija Mantras), short combinations and “Spells” (Dharanis), long combinations of differing measures, are the very “fabric” from which this universe is formed. From tantric tradition we learn that the garland of heads about Kali’s neck symbolize the letters or vibrations of the Sanskrit alphabet. We learn Kali’s seed-syllables, names and potent Mantras, the tools by which we can transform ourselves and become one with Her.


    Origins of Kali

    There are two stories on the origin Kali Maa, and the one from the Durga Saptashati (a poem in praise of Durga Maa), which is part of the Markandeya Puran is more popular.

    Long long ago there existed two powerful demons called Shumbhu and Nishumbhu. As they grew in strength, they usurped the vast empire of the King of Gods, Indra and dispossessed all the gods like Surya, Chandra, Yam, Varuna, Pawan and Agni. Both of them also managed to throw the god-host away from heaven. Sorely distressed the gods went to the mortal realm (Earth) and began to brood on how to get rid of these demons permanently. The solution was to pray to Durga Maa in her form of Parvati, the wife of Shiva. They reached the Himalayas and prayed to please the kind hearted Goddess Parvati. Agreeing to help, the body of Mother Parvati emerged a bright light in the form of a divine lady called Ambika. Her exit from Devi Parvati’s body caused the latter to turn dark and black. She was then known as Kaushiki who began to dwell over the mountain ranges.

    When the sycophants of the demons, Chand and Munda saw the dazzling light in the beautiful form of Ambika, they were enchanted by her superb beauty. They went to the demons Shumbhu and Nishumbhu and said, “Your Lordship! This woman is the most beautiful female in the entire Universe”. They described her beauty in such superlative terms that Shumbhu and Nishumbhu could not resist sending their messenger Sugreeva to bring her to them.

    Sugreeva reached Ambika and extolled the virtues of his masters Shumbhu and Nishumbhu to influence the Goddess. But she smiled indulgently and replied: “You may be right in the assessment of your masters but I cannot break my oath. I might have done it rather unconsciously but the fact is that now I stand committed to my oath, which is that whosoever can defeat me in battle and brow-beat me; whosoever can match my power, only he shall only be my master. So go and tell your masters to show their strength and win me in the battle”

    The messenger replied: “Listen, O Lady! You are very arrogant and adamant. Don’t challenge my masters, against whose might the universe shudders in fright. They, who have browbeaten the gods and have thrown them out of Heaven, are very powerful. You are a mere woman, and you cannot match their might. Follow my advice and come with me to accept their proposal. Or else you shall be pulled by your hair and taken to their feet.”

    The Goddess replied: “Whatever you say may be true. Maybe your Shumbhu is so powerful and your Nishumbhu is so virile but I am committed to my pledge. But go now and explain the whole situation to the Demon-lords. Let them come and defeat me!”

    Sugreeva then went to his masters Shumbhu and Nishumbhu and explained the whole situation at length. Shumbhu and Nishumbhu became angry and they sent another demon Dhoomralochan to fetch her. But a mere loud cry and wrathful gaze of the Goddess was enough to incinerate the demon Dhoomralochan. The lion of the Goddess slayed the accompanying demons. Then the Demon kings sent Chanda and Munda with a large army to capture the Great Goddess. They encircled the Himalayas to nab the Goddess. The Goddess then produced a black figure of frightening form, called Kaali-Devi or Kaalika Devi. She destroyed the demons easily, hacked off the heads of Chanda and Munda and brought them to the Goddess Ambika. Since she had hacked off the heads of Chanda Munda, she became famous as Chamunda Devi.

    Hearing the death of Chanda and Munda, the Demon Kings sent another huge army headed by seven commanders. To match their combined strength the seven gods: Brahma, Vishnu, Shiv, Indra, Mahavaraah, Nrisingh, Swami Kartikeya dispatched their forces. Seeing the temerity of the demons, another beam of power in the form of a woman emerged from the Goddess’s body, who sent Lord Shiv as her messenger to Shumbhu and Nishambhu with the message: “If you want your welfare, return the realm of gods to gods along with their right to perform yagyas, and you must now go down to Paataal Lok (Nether world)”. Shumbhu and Nishumbhu refused to accept the Goddess’s advice and leading a huge army of terrible demons, reached the battlefield. Supported by the divine powers, the Goddess began to massacre the demons. At that time the demon forces were led by a demon, Raktabeeja. He had the power to reproduce as many demons of his form and dimension as the drops of his blood which fell to the ground. After a fierce battle the Goddess ordered Chamunda (Kali Maa) to spread her mouth far and wide and swallow Raktabeeja alongwith his blood. Chamunda did exactly that and hacked off the head of demon.

    Kali Maa then devoured the slain bodies of the asuras and danced a fierce dance to celebrate the victory. This dance of destruction began by Kali and her attendants continued for long and none could stop her. To stop her, Shiva himself mingled among the asuras whom she was annihilating. Shiva allowed himself to be trampled upon by her in this dance of victory because this was the only remedy left to bring her to senses and to protect the world from total annihilation. When Kali Maa saw that she was dancing over the body of her husband, she put her tongue out of her mouth in sorrow and surprise. She remained stunned in this posture and this is how Kali is shown in images with the red tongue protruding from her mouth.

    Durga Maa then fought the demon Nishumbhu who was slain in no time. Now Shumbhu decided to take on the Goddess (Durga Maa) himself. Reaching the battlefield, he said to the Goddess: “You take pride on others strength. Why don’t you show your own power!”

    The Goddess replied with a smile: “Fool! The whole world is just Me. All Creation is my form in a variety of dimensions. I am the cause and effect of everything: all things emerge from me only and ultimately enter me only. The whole world is in harmony with My Being.”

    Then after the nine celestial powers (Kali Maa being one of them) which had emerged from the Goddess (Durga Maa) went back into her and she single handedly killed the demon Shumbhu.


    Mahavidyas

    The Dasa-Mahavidyas, or Ten Great or Transcendent Wisdoms, is a circle of Ten Goddesses associated with Tantric practice. There are several accounts on how this dynamic circle was formed. In one version Shiva is living with the Goddess Kali in the Satya Yuga, the first and most perfect of the four periods of the world cycle. Eventually, Shiva grows restless and decides he is tired of living with Kali. He gets up and when She asks him where He is going, He answers, “Wherever I wish!” She does not reply and He begins to wander off. However, in no matter what direction Shiva goes, a form of Kali appears as one of the Mahavidyas: first Kali herself is constellated, then Tara, Tripurna-sundari, and Buvanesvari, then Chinnamasta, Tripura-bairavi, Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, Matangi, and finally Kamala. Experiencing the all-pervasive essence of Kali in these Goddesses one by one at every turn, Shiva sees through His yearning to leave Kali and wander about, having gained the wisdom (vidya) that She “fills the four quarters in the ten directions” so that wherever he goes, She is there in one of Her energetic forms. Shiva, at last, comes home to the reality that She in all her prismatic forms and He, are One.


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    जय माँ काली भद्रकाली


    Shri Mahakali Strotra


    Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali, Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali

    Aadi Ganesh Menaoon Dati,

    Charan Shish Nivaoon Dati,

    Tere Hi Gunn Gaoon Dati,

    Tu Hai Kasht Mitavanwali

    Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali, Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali

    Khanda Dayein Haath Viraje,

    Bayein Hath Mein Khapar Saje

    Dwar Tere Nobad Baje,

    Mundan Maal Galey Mein Dali

    Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali, Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali

    Maha Kaal Say Raksha Karti,

    Dhan Say Sada Bhandaray Bharti

    Dason Key Dukhon Ko Harti,

    Saath Phiray Karti Rakhawali,

    Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali, Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali

    Chand Mund Ka Nash Kiya Tha,

    Devon Ko Vardaan Diya Tha

    Raktbeej Ka Rakt Piya Tha,

    Rakt Danta Kehlaneywali

    Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali, Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali

    Bhadrakali Tu Aadh Kawari,

    Maat Vaishno Singh Sawari

    Chandi Amba Jagmahtari,

    Chintpurni Jwala Balshali

    Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali, Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali

    Teen Lok Visthar Tumhara,

    Dashon Dishaoon Tera Pasara

    Jag Sara Bole Jaikara,

    Jai Jai Uchiya Mandiranwali

    Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali, Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali

    Sabhi Devta Tujhko Dhyave,

    Tera Hi Strotra Gawe

    Har Mushkil Mein Tumhe Bulave,

    Tu Hai Vijay Dilavanwali

    Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali, Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali

    Mere Mann Ki Jano Mata,

    Mera Dukh Pehchano Mata

    Meri Binti Mano Mata,

    Dar Say Nahi Phero Kali

    Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali, Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali

    Daason Ka Tum Dhyan Hi Rakhna,

    Chaman Ko Bhi Khushal Hi Rakhna,

    Maiya Mala Maal Hi Rakhna,

    Sab Hi Aas Pujaneywali

    Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali, Jai Shakti Jai Jai Mahakali


    जय माँ काली भद्रकाली


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    Namaskara Mantra from the Devi Mahatmyam -
    Devi Stotra "Sarva Mangala Mangalye"


    SARVAMANGALAMANGALYE
    SHIVE SARVATHASAADHIKE,
    SHARANYE TRIYAMBAKE GAURI
    NARAAYANI NAMOSTUTE.


    OM Namah Shivaya

    MEANING
    Thou art the all auspicious Shiva (Shakti aspect), the bountiful;
    I prostrate myself at Thy feet.
    O Triyambaks (Three eyed one), Gauri (the one with a fair complexion, Parvathi) Naraayani.


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    SHRI KALI SAHASRA NAMA STOTRA BY ANURADHA PODWAL



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    Shree Mahakali Amritwani Anuradha Paudwal



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    Jai Mahakali
    जय महाकाली

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    Purvaja - Kali Tandav


    Lyrics >>

    Jai Kali,Vikralini
    Nrukpalini,Karmalini
    Nikhilswamini,Kalkamini
    Bhamini,Shashibhalini

    Namo devi Anantaroopini
    Pranatapalini Maa
    I bow to thee goddess
    who takes infinite forms

    Mahaghora,Padvibhora
    Rudratara,Danujdalni
    Muktakeshini,Tapoveshini
    Atthahasini,Mundamalini

    Namo devi Anantaroopini
    Pranatapalini Maa
    I bow to thee goddess
    who takes infinite forms

    Moving her feet in fury
    She threw her head back and again
    With every step pounding destruction
    Deep in her trance she danced to no end

    Girishgayhini,Vishvadeyhini
    Bhuvanamohini,Trigunashalini
    Mangaley Kalimulanashani
    Ditikalushaprakshalani

    She who shook the lokas with her tandava
    She who stopped with her feet upon mahakaal

    Moving her feet in fury
    She threw her head back and again
    With every step pounding destruction
    Deep in her trance she danced to no end


    Maha Kali - Durga Ma (best metal devotional songs) >>
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    Kali ma aarti >>

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    काली चालीसा

    जयकाली कलिमलहरण, महिमा अगम अपार ।
    महिष मर्दिनी कालिका , देहु अभय अपार ॥
    अरि मद मान मिटावन हारी । मुण्डमाल गल सोहत प्यारी ॥
    अष्टभुजी सुखदायक माता । दुष्टदलन जग में विख्याता ॥
    भाल विशाल मुकुट छवि छाजै । कर में शीश शत्रु का साजै ॥
    दूजे हाथ लिए मधु प्याला । हाथ तीसरे सोहत भाला ॥
    चौथे खप्पर खड्ग कर पांचे । छठे त्रिशूल शत्रु बल जांचे ॥
    सप्तम करदमकत असि प्यारी । शोभा अद्भुत मात तुम्हारी ॥
    अष्टम कर भक्तन वर दाता । जग मनहरण रूप ये माता ॥
    भक्तन में अनुरक्त भवानी । निशदिन रटें ॠषी-मुनि ज्ञानी ॥
    महशक्ति अति प्रबल पुनीता । तू ही काली तू ही सीता ॥
    पतित तारिणी हे जग पालक । कल्याणी पापी कुल घालक ॥
    शेष सुरेश न पावत पारा । गौरी रूप धर्यो इक बारा ॥
    तुम समान दाता नहिं दूजा । विधिवत करें भक्तजन पूजा ॥
    रूप भयंकर जब तुम धारा । दुष्टदलन कीन्हेहु संहारा ॥
    नाम अनेकन मात तुम्हारे । भक्तजनों के संकट टारे ॥
    कलि के कष्ट कलेशन हरनी । भव भय मोचन मंगल करनी ॥
    महिमा अगम वेद यश गावैं । नारद शारद पार न पावैं ॥
    भू पर भार बढ्यौ जब भारी । तब तब तुम प्रकटीं महतारी ॥
    आदि अनादि अभय वरदाता । विश्वविदित भव संकट त्राता ॥
    कुसमय नाम तुम्हारौ लीन्हा । उसको सदा अभय वर दीन्हा ॥
    ध्यान धरें श्रुति शेष सुरेशा । काल रूप लखि तुमरो भेषा ॥
    कलुआ भैंरों संग तुम्हारे । अरि हित रूप भयानक धारे ॥
    सेवक लांगुर रहत अगारी । चौसठ जोगन आज्ञाकारी ॥
    त्रेता में रघुवर हित आई । दशकंधर की सैन नसाई ॥
    खेला रण का खेल निराला । भरा मांस-मज्जा से प्याला ॥
    रौद्र रूप लखि दानव भागे । कियौ गवन भवन निज त्यागे ॥
    तब ऐसौ तामस चढ़ आयो । स्वजन विजन को भेद भुलायो ॥
    ये बालक लखि शंकर आए । राह रोक चरनन में धाए ॥
    तब मुख जीभ निकर जो आई । यही रूप प्रचलित है माई ॥
    बाढ्यो महिषासुर मद भारी । पीड़ित किए सकल नर-नारी ॥
    करूण पुकार सुनी भक्तन की । पीर मिटावन हित जन-जन की ॥
    तब प्रगटी निज सैन समेता । नाम पड़ा मां महिष विजेता ॥
    शुंभ निशुंभ हने छन माहीं । तुम सम जग दूसर कोउ नाहीं ॥
    मान मथनहारी खल दल के । सदा सहायक भक्त विकल के ॥
    दीन विहीन करैं नित सेवा । पावैं मनवांछित फल मेवा ॥
    संकट में जो सुमिरन करहीं । उनके कष्ट मातु तुम हरहीं ॥
    प्रेम सहित जो कीरति गावैं । भव बन्धन सों मुक्ती पावैं ॥
    काली चालीसा जो पढ़हीं । स्वर्गलोक बिनु बंधन चढ़हीं ॥
    दया दृष्टि हेरौ जगदम्बा । केहि कारण मां कियौ विलम्बा ॥
    करहु मातु भक्तन रखवाली । जयति जयति काली कंकाली ॥
    सेवक दीन अनाथ अनारी । भक्तिभाव युति शरण तुम्हारी ॥
    ॥ दोहा ॥
    प्रेम सहित जो करे, काली चालीसा पाठ ।
    तिनकी पूरन कामना, होय सकल जग ठाठ ॥


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    aryaDate: Saturday, 08-December-2012, 10:12 AM | Message # 9
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    Names of Maha Kali

    Mahakali Jagadhatri (creator of the world)
    Jaganmata ( mother of the world) Jaganmayi (consisting of the world)
    Jagadamba (world mother)
    Jagatsara (essence of the world)
    Jagadanandakarini (cause of bliss in the world)
    Jagadvighnasini (destroyer of world obstacles)
    Gauri (golden one)
    Dukhadaridyanashini (destroyer of unhappiness and poverty)
    Bhairavabhavini Bhavananta Sarasvataprada (bestower of eloquence)
    Chaturvargaprada (giver of the four aims)
    Sadhvi (holy)
    Sarvamangalamangala (greatest fortune of all)
    Bhadrakali Vilakshi Kamadatri (giving desires)
    Kalatmika (self of kalas)Nilavani (blue Sarasvati)
    Mahagaurasarvanga (greatly golden in all limbs)
    Sundaripara (supremely beautiful)
    Sarvasampatprada (giver of all prosperity)
    Bhimanadini (sounding terrifying)
    Varavarnini Vararoha Shivaruha (riding Shiva)
    Mahishasuradhatini Shivapujya (worshipped by Shiva)
    Shivaprita (loved by Shiva)
    Danavendraprapujita (worshipped by Danavas)
    Sarvavidyamayi (consisting of all vidya)
    Sarvasarvabhisthaphalaprada (giver of the fruit of every possible desire) Komalangi (soft of limbs)
    Vidhatri (creatrix)
    Vidhatrivaradayini (giver of boons in creation)
    Purnenduvadana (with a face like the full moon)
    Nilameghavarna (the colour of a blue rain-cloud)
    Kapalini Kurukulla Viprachitta Kantachitta Madonmada (drunk with desire)
    Matangi (elephant lady) Madanaprita Madaghurnitalochana (eyes full of desire) Madottirna Kharparasinaramundavilasini Naramundasraja (with a necklace of men's heads)
    Devi Khadgahasta (holding a cleaver)
    Bhayanaka (giving fear)
    Attahasayuta (laughing loudly)
    Padma (lotus)
    Padmaragopashobhita Karabhayaprada (hand removing fear)
    Kali Kalaratrisvarupini (true form of the night of time)
    Svadha Svaha Vashatkara Saradindusamaprabha Sharatjyotsna (light of the autumn moon)
    Samhlada Viparitaratatura (addicted to taking the superior sexual role)
    Muktakeshi (dishevelled of hair)
    Chinnajata Jatajutavilasini Sarvarajayutabhima Sarvarajoparisthata Shmashanstha (dwelling in the cremation ground)
    Mahanandistuta (praised by Mahanandi)
    Samdiptalochana Shavasanarata (addicted to the corpse asana)
    Nanda Siddhacharanasevita (served by Siddhacharas)
    Balidanapriya (fond of sacrifice)
    Garbha (the womb)
    Bhurbhuvasvahsvarupini (true form of Bhurbhuvahsvar)
    Gayatri Savitri MahanilasarasvatiLakshmirlakshanasamyukta (showing all the signs of Lakshmi)
    Sarvalakshanalakshita (having every single characteristic)
    Vyaghracharmavrita (wearing tiger skin)
    Madhya Trivalivalayanchita Gandharvaihsamstutasa (praised by the Gandharvas)
    Inda Mahapara (greatly supreme one)
    Pavitra Parama (supreme)


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    Kalikashtakam Lyrics and Meaning in English. Kalikashtakam is a prayer addressed to Goddess Kali, a manifestation of Goddess Parvathi. Kalikashtakam describes the attributes of Goddess Kalima. It is believed that worshiping the goddess by chanting Kali Ashtakam helps a devotee to become an expert in the world by getting the blessings of Goddess Kalika.

    Kalikashtakam Lyrics and English Meaning

    Dhyanam

    1) Galadha Raktha Mukthavali Khanda Mala,
    Maha Gora Raava, Sudamshtra Karala,
    Vivasthra Smasanalaya Mukthakesi,
    Maha Kala-Kamakulaa Kalikeyam


    Wearing a garland of skulls drenched with blood,
    Having a fearful form, black in colour with externally projecting teeth,
    She is nude and lives in cremation ground with fully untied hair,
    And she is Kali busy in love play with the great Lord Shiva.

    2) Bhuje Vama Yugme Siro Asi Dhadhaana,
    Varam Daksha Yugmebhyam Vai Thadaiva,
    Sumadhya Api Thunga Sthana Bhara Namra,
    Lasad Raktha Srukka Dhwaya Susmithasya


    Carrying cut heads as well as sword in her two left hands,
    Symbols of blessing and protection in her right hands,
    Having a lion like middle and bent because of heavy breasts,
    And with shining blood drenched lips but smiling prettily.

    3) Sava Dwandhwa Karnavathasaa Sukesi,
    Lasad Pretha Pani Prayukthaika Kanchi,
    Savaakara --Manchathirooda Shivaabhi-,
    Schadhir Dikshu Shabdhayamanabhireje


    Wearing ornaments of made of corpses in her two ears, having a very good hair,
    Wearing shining armlets made of corpses and also girdles
    Sitting on a seat of corpses and she shines,
    Making very fearful sound rocking all four directions.

    Sthuthi

    4) Viranchyadhi Devasthrayasthe Gunaamsthreen,
    Samaradhya Kali!Pradhaana Bhabhuva,
    Anadhim Suradhim Makhadim Bhavadhim,
    Swaroopam Thwadheeyam Na Vindanthi Devaa


    The holy trinity are depending on your three qualities,
    And are engaged in worshipping you as Kali,
    You have a form which is primeval, first among devas,
    Prime of all fire sacrifices and root cause of the world,
    And even the Devas do not understand you.

    5) Jaganmohaneeyam Thu Vagvadheneeyam,
    Suhrut Poshinim Shathru Samharaneeyam,
    Vacha Sthambaneeyam Kimu Uchataneeyam,
    Swaroopam Thwadeeyam Na Vindanthi Devaa


    You attract the entire world and are also worshipped by the Goddess of learning,
    You are taking care of devotees and are destroyer of your enemies,
    You can completely benumb any voice and what can be chanted about you,
    And even the devas do not understand you.


    6) Iyam Swarga Dathri Puna Kalpavalli,
    Manojasthu Kaamaan Yadartha Prakuryath,
    Kadha They Kruthartha Bhavatheethi Nithyam,
    Swaroopam Thwadeeyam Na Vindanthi Devaa


    You are the one who grants heaven and also the wish giving tree.
    You fulfill the desires of mind in the real realized form,
    And all those who benefit by you, would become grateful to you,
    And even the devas do not understand you.

    7) Surapanamathe! Subhakthanurakathe!,
    Lasad Pootha Chithe! Yadha Aavirbhavasthe!
    Japa-Dhyana-Pooja Sudha Dhoutha Pankha,
    Swaroopam Thwadeeyam Na Vindanthi Devaa


    You are intoxicated with alcohol, You love your real devotees,
    And you are born in the hearts of your loving devotees,
    And your form is of the nectar like wings of chant, meditation and worship,
    And even the devas do not understand you.

    8) Chidhananda --Kandham Hasan Mandha Mandham,
    Sarachandrakoti-Prabha Punja Bimbham,
    Muneenaam Kavinaam Hrudhi Dhyotha Manam,
    Swaroopam Thwadeeyam Na Vindanthi Devaa


    You have a form of divine joy and smile slowly, slowly,
    You shine like the globe of billions of moons,
    And you make the minds of sages and poets shine,
    And even the devas do not understand you.

    9) Maha- Megha- Kali, Surakthabhi Shubra,
    Kadachith Vichithraakruthir Yoga Maya,
    Na Bala Na Vrudha Na Kamathuraapi,
    Swaroopam Thwadeeyam Na Vindanthi Devaa


    Sometimes you are black like a clouds,
    Sometimes you are of the pure colour of blood,
    Sometimes you are the yogic illusion which has peculiar forms,
    You are neither a lass nor a old woman nor one who is intensely passionate,
    And even the devas do not understand you.

    10) Kshamaswa Aparadham Maha Guptha Bhavam,
    Maya Loka Madhye Prakasikrutham Yath,
    Thwa dhyanapoothena Chapalya Bhavath,
    Swaroopam Thwadeeyam Na Vindanthi Devaa


    Please pardon me for describing, the very secret form of yours,
    In the middle of the people of the entire world,
    Please pardon this very unstable conduct of mine,
    And even the devas do not understand you.

    Phalasruthi

    Yadhi Dhyana Yuktha Pateth Yo Manushyasthadha Sarva Loke Vishalo Bhavecha,
    Gruhe Cha Ashta Sidhirmruthe Chapi Mukthi Swaroopam Thwadheeyam Na Vindanthi Devaa.


    That man who reads this meditating on you,
    Would become a great one in this entire world,
    And even in his home he would become an expert on the eight occult powers,
    And even the devas do not understand you.

    Kalika Ashtakam Sampoornam

    Thus ends the octet addressed to Goddess Kali

    Chanting is made under the valued guidance of Dr. R. Thiyagarajan, H.O. Department of Sanskrit


     
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    Goddess Pratyangira Devi - Atharvana Bhadrakaali

    Goddess Pratyangira Devi is the divine power who helps in removal of negative energy and marks an end to the negative forces that invade your life. It is believed that she emerged out of the 3rd eye of Lord Shiva to pacify Lord Narasimha, after he killed the demon king Hiranyakashipu. Her aggressiveness will unchain you from the sufferings of enemies, evil eyes, health ailments, obstacles and other mental traumas.

    Identified with Mother Goddess Kali in the Atharva Veda. In Hindu thoughts, Prathyangira
    Devi is associated with the concept of feminine energy. As such she is a
    manifestation of Shakti. Goddess Prithyangira was created by Siva from his third
    eye, to calm down Lord Narasimha, an avatar of Vishnu. Prathyangira devi is also
    known as Bhairava pathni, Daksha yagna vinasini or Narasimhika. Legends tell the
    tale of two rishis called Prathiyangira and Angiras . They were meditating and
    discovered a goddess through a Moola Mantram. She was nameless and privileged
    the rishis by naming her after them. Thus she was called as Prathiyangara Devi.
    The Narasimhika is the combination of ´Naran´ meaning human and ´Simha´ meaning
    Lion, so she appears with Lion´s face and human body.

    Prathyangira is
    a powerful personality which is a combination of lion and human forms to
    represent the balance of good and evil. As Sarabhewarar she destroyed the
    arrogance of the Shiva´s ugra avatar. It is believed that when Narashimhika
    shakes her mane, she shambles the stars in the universe. Prathiyangara Devi is
    considered to be a powerful repellent of the influences generated by
    witch-craft. In Sri Cakra worship, she protects her devotees against all odds
    and guides them along the right path.


    The jaws of so many lions makes it very powerful for destroying
    negative karmas, and a great blessing for anyone on a spiritual
    path. However, such a current can be understandably rough,
    so it’s wise to approach with respect and some consideration
    of what our heart is asking for.


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    Pratyangira is a most powerful female deity also called as the Atharvana Bhadrakaali. She is worshipped for thwarting away evils and to get rid of evil spells cast by the enemies and the enmical forces. Whenever the demonic forces overpower the divine forces in the world, this Goddess Pratyangira's help is sought after even by the Gods. She is represented as the wife of Sarabha. Her form is terrific and hence. She is named as ugra. The Secret of the worship of this deity is understood and many temples are consecrated nowadays.



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