Articles — Kali

Aarti Shri Kali mata Ki ( आरती श्री काली माता की )

Jun 11 2018 0 Comments Tags: Aarti, Kali

Goddess Mahakali is known as the Goddess of time and death. Goddess Mahakali is considered to be the consort of Lord Mahakala. Goddess Mahakali is believed to be the form of Adi Parashakti. The description of Goddess Mahakali is written in various Hindu scriptures and in those scriptures she is portrayed as Adi Shakti, hence she is believed to be the manifestation of Goddess Durga. Goddess Mahakali usually depicted black in color carrying a sword, trident, head and a bowl containing the blood of severed head. Her eyes are red and her tongue stays outside of her mouth in anger. She wears...

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Shri MahaKali Ashtottara Namavali (श्री महाकाली अष्टोत्तर नामावली )

May 18 2018 0 Comments Tags: Kali, mantra, Namavali, sanskrit

Shri MahaKali Ashtottara Namavali refers to 108 divine names of Mother Kali. The 108 names mentioned in Shri MahaKali Ashtottara Namavali have the ability to invoke power of Goddess Kali. One who regularly practices the 108 Names of Shri MahaKali Ashtottara Namavali, gains the ability to destroy his enemies and all evils from his life. Kali’s name is from the Sanskrit word kala, meaning either “black” or “time”, depending on the context. Her various other names reflect her different forms:-  श्री महाकाली अष्टोत्तर नामावली १ ॐ काल्यै नमः। २ ॐ कपालिन्यै नमः। ३ ॐ कान्तायै नमः। ४ ॐ कामदायै नमः। ५ ॐ...

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Goddess Mahakali

May 17 2017 0 Comments Tags: Das Mahavidya, Deity, Kali

Goddess Mahakali is the Hindu goddess associated with empowerment, shakti. She is the fierce aspect of the goddess Durga (Parvati). The name Kali comes from kāla, which means black, time, death, lord of death: Shiva. Since Shiva is called Kāla— the eternal time — the name of Kālī, his consort, also means "Time" or "Death" (as in "time has come"). Goddess Kali is regarded as the most fierce and destructive form of Shakti. She has a dark complexion, red eyes and has four arms. In one of Her hands She carries a sword (khadaga) and in another hand She carries...

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Shri Kali Chalisa ( श्री काली चालीसा )

May 09 2017 0 Comments Tags: Chalisa, Das Mahavidya, Kali

Shri Kali Chalisa is a powerful prayer to worship Maa Kali. Maa Kali destroys all evil spirits and her puja with devotion will erase all the ill effects of past and present deeds and sins. Maa Kali protects her devotees from all black magic effects, tantra effects and bad spirits.Worship of goddess Kali is very important in all tantrik practices and rituals. One should chant Shri Kali chalisa regularly for protection and blessings of Maa Kali. श्री काली चालीसा ॥दोहा ॥ जयकाली कलिमलहरण, महिमा अगम अपार ।महिष मर्दिनी कालिका , देहु अभय अपार ॥अरि मद मान मिटावन हारी । मुण्डमाल...

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रूद्रयामल तन्त्रोक्तं कालिका कवचम् ( Shri Rudrayamala Tantrokta Kalika Kavacham in Sanskrit)

Apr 14 2017 5 Comments Tags: Das Mahavidya, Kali, Kavach

Shri Rudrayamala Tantrokta Kalika Kavacham in Sanskrit is taken from Rudrayamala tantra. Maha Kali is the fiercest form of Maa Durga representing the destroyer of evil. This is an rare Tantrokta Kalika Kavacham which can be chanted regularly for ultimate protection and to get rid of enemy. Kalika devi is one of the ferocious goddesses in the Dashamahavidyas. Her worship is done to defeat the both internal and external enemies.Her upasana vidhi is given in detail in “Rudrayamala tantram”  विनियोग ॐ अस्य श्री कालिका कवचस्य भैरव ऋषिः, अनुष्टुप छंदः, श्री कालिका देवता, शत्रुसंहारार्थ जपे विनियोगः । ध्यानम् ध्यायेत् कालीं महामायां त्रिनेत्रां बहुरूपिणीं। चतुर्भुजां ललज्जिह्वां...

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