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Mahakali

This article is about the Hindu goddess. For other uses, see Mahakali (disambiguation).

See also: Kali

Hindu Goddess

Mahakali
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Statue of ten headed Mahakali in Kolkata

Devanagariमहाकाली,
Sanskrit transliterationMahākālī
AffiliationBrahman, Parvati, Mahadevi, Adi Parashakti, Durga, Kali
AbodeMaha Smashana (The Great Cremation Ground), Manidvipa
Mantraॐ क्रीं कालिकायै नमः oṁ krīṁ kālikāyai namaḥ।। Om khadgamchakragadeshuchapparighān shūlam bhushundeem shirah/ shankham sandhadatim kareistrinayanām sarvāng bhushāvrutām/ nīlāshma dyutimāsyapādadashkām sevye mahākalikām/yamastout swapite harao kamaljo hantum madhum kaitabham ।।
WeaponDhāl Shield, Trishul, Sword, Thin-dagger, Akshay patra, Bow and Arrow, Scimitar, Cobra, Gada, the Vedas, Chakram, Noose, Vajra , Plainer sword, Shankh (Conch)
ConsortMahakala (Shiva)

Mahakali (Sanskrit: Mahākāḷī, Devanagari: महाकाली), is the much revered Hindu Goddess of destruction and doomsday. Mahakali is fiercest of the Goddesses of universal power, time, life, death and both rebirth and liberation. She devours Kala (Time) and then resumes her own dark formlessness. She is also the consort of Mahakala a form of Lord Shiva, the god of consciousness, the basis of reality and existence. Mahakali in Sanskrit is etymologically the feminized variant of Mahakala or Great Time (which is interpreted also as Death), an epithet of the god Shiva in Hinduism. Parvati and all her forms are the different manifestations of Mahakali.

Meaning[edit]

Mahakali's origin is contained in various Puranic and Tantric Hindu Scriptures (Shastra). In these, she is variously portrayed as the Adi-Shakti-Goddess Durga, the Primeval Force of the Universe, identical with the Ultimate Reality or Brahman. She is also known as the (female) Prakriti or World as opposed to the (male) Purusha or Consciousness, or as one of three manifestations of Mahadevi Durga (The Great Goddess) that represent the three Gunas or attributes in Samkhya philosophy. In this interpretation Mahakali represents Tamas or the force of inertia. A common understanding of the Devi Mahatmya ("Greatness of the Goddess") text, a later interpolation into the Markandeya Purana, considered a core text of Shaktism (the branch of Hinduism which considers Devi Durga to be the highest aspect of Godhead), assigns a different form of the Goddess (Mahasaraswati, Mahalakshmi, and Mahakali) to each of the three episodes therein. Here Mahakali is assigned to the first episode. She is described as an abstract energy, the yoganidra of Vishnu. Brahma invokes her and she emerges from Vishnu and he awakenes. She is the Goddess of time.

Iconography[edit]

Mahakali is most often depicted in blue/black complexion in popular Indian art.

Her most common four armed iconographic image shows each hand carrying variously a crescent-shaped sword, a trishul (trident), a severed head of a demon and a bowl or skull-cup (kapala) catching the blood of the severed head. Her eyes are described as red with intoxication and in absolute rage, her hair is shown disheveled, small fangs sometimes protrude out of her mouth and her tongue is lolling. The blood of the demons she slays drips out of her lolling tongue, having consumed it. She is adorned with a garland consisting of the heads of demons she has slaughtered, variously enumerated at 108 (an auspicious number in Hinduism and the number of countable beads on a JapaMala, similar to a rosary, for repetition of Mantras) or 50, which represents the letters of the Sanskrit alphabet, Devanagari, and wears a skirt made of demon arms.

Her ten headed (dashamukhi) image is known as the 10 Mahavidyas Mahakali, and in this form she is said to represent the ten Mahavidyas or "Great Wisdom (Goddess)s". She is sometimes shown sitting on a flaming grave or a rotting corpse. Her complexion is described as that of the night sky, devoid of stars. She is depicted in this form as having ten heads, thirty flaming eyes, ten arms, and ten legs but otherwise usually conforms to the four armed icon in other respects. Each of her ten hands is carrying an implement which varies in different accounts, but each of these represent the power of one of the Devas or Hindu Gods and are often the identifying weapon or ritual item of a given Deva. The implication is that Mahakali subsumes and is responsible for the powers that these deities possess and this is in line with the interpretation that Mahakali is identical with Brahman. While not displaying ten heads, an "ekamukhi" or one headed image may be displayed with ten arms, signifying the same concept: the powers of the various Gods come only through her grace.

In either one of these images she is shown standing on the prone, inert body of Shiva. This is interpreted in various ways but the most common is that Mahakali represents Shakti, the power of pure creation in the universe, and Shiva represents pure Consciousness which is inert in and of itself. While this is an advanced concept in monistic Shaktism, it also agrees with the NondualTrika philosophy of Kashmir, popularly known as Kashmir Shaivism and associated most famously with Abhinavagupta. There is a colloquial saying that "Shiva without Shakti is Shava" which means that without the power of action (Shakti) that is Mahakali (represented as the short "i" in Devanagari) Shiva (or consciousness itself) is inactive; Shava means corpse in Sanskrit and the play on words is that all Sanskrit consonants are assumed to be followed by a short letter "a" unless otherwise noted. The short letter "i" represents the female power or Shakti that activates Creation. This is often the explanation for why she is standing on Shiva, who is her husband in Shaktism, and also the Supreme Godhead in Shaivism. Another understanding is that the wild destructive Mahakali can only stop her fury in the presence of Shiva the God of Consciousness, so that the balance of life is not completely overrun over by wild nature.

In Kashmir Shaivism the highest form of Kali is Kalasankarshini who is nirguna, formless and is often show as a flame above the head of Guhya Kali the highest gross form of Kali. In Nepali Newar arts, both form and formless attributes of Kali is often envisioned in a single art form showing the hierarchy of goddesses in their tradition. In it Guhyakali image culminates in flame, with Kalasankarshini, the highest deity in the sequence, who consumes time within herself and is envisioned solely as a flame representing Para Brahman.[1] She is like a divine actress in her own universal play who assumes the form/role of Sristi Kali, Rakta Kali, Yama Kali, Samhara Kali, Mrityu Kali, Rudra Kali, Mahakaala Kali, Paramaraka Kali, Kalagnirudra Kali, Martanda Kali, Sthitinasha Kali and Mahabhairavaghorachanda Kali who is none other than Kalasankarshini Kali

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • The Goddess Kali of Kolkata (ISBN 81-7476-514-X) by Shoma A. Chatterji
  • Encountering The Goddess: A Translation of the Devi-Mahatmya and a Study of Its Interpretation (ISBN 0-7914-0446-3) by Thomas B. Coburn
  • Dictionary of Hindu Lore and Legend (ISBN 0-500-51088-1) by Anna Dallapiccola
  • Kali: The Black Goddess of Dakshineswar (ISBN 0-89254-025-7) by Elizabeth Usha Harding
  • In Praise of The Goddess: The Devimahatmyam and Its Meaning (ISBN 0-89254-080-X) by Devadatta Kali
  • Hindu Goddesses: Vision of the Divine Feminine in the Hindu Religious Traditions (ISBN 81-208-0379-5) by David Kinsley
  • Tantric Visions of the Divine Feminine (ISBN 0-520-20499-9) by David Kinsley
  • The Sword and the Flute: Kali & Krsna (ISBN 0-520-03510-0) by David Kinsley
  • Offering Flowers, Feeding Skulls: Popular Goddess Worship in West Bengal (ISBN 0-195-16791-0) by June McDaniel
  • Encountering Kali: In the Margins, at the Center, in the West (ISBN 0-520-23240-2) by Rachel Fell McDermott
  • Mother of My Heart, Daughter of My Dreams: Kali and Uma in the Devotional Poetry of Bengal (ISBN 0-19-513435-4) by Rachel Fell McDermott
  • Kali: The Feminine Force (ISBN 0-89281-212-5) by Ajit Mookerjee
  • Seeking Mahadevi: Constructing the Identities of the Hindu Great Goddess (ISBN 0-791-45008-2) Edited by Tracy Pintchman
  • The Rise of the Goddess in the Hindu Tradition (ISBN 0-7914-2112-0) by Tracy Pintchman
  • Kali Puja (ISBN 1-887472-64-9) by Swami Satyananda Saraswati
  • Grace and Mercy in Her Wild Hair: Selected Poems to the Mother Goddess (ISBN 0-934252-94-7) by Ramprasad Sen
  • Aghora, at the Left Hand of God (ISBN 0-914732-21-8) by Robert E. Svoboda

External links[edit]

  • Media related to Mahakali at Wikimedia Commons
  • Shri mahakali chalisa [1]
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahakali

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Mahakali — Anth Hi Aarambh Hai

Indian television series

Mahakaali – Ant Hi Aarambh Hai (English: Mahakali – The end marks the beginning is an Indian (Hindi language) mythological television series that premiered on 22 July 2017 on Colors TV.[1] The show traced the epic story of Goddess Parvati’s metamorphosis into Mahakali.[2] Produced by Siddharth Kumar Tewary's Swastik Productions, it starred Pooja Sharma in the titular role of Goddess Mahakali, Sourabh Raj Jain as Lord Mahadev and Kanan Malhotra as Lord Vishnu. [3]

Plot[edit]

The show's plot revolves around the much-adored tale of Goddess Parvati, the wife of Lord Shiva (sister of Lord Vishnu) and her alter-ego, Mahakali.

Adi Parashakti, the supreme Goddess of the Universe (according to the Shakta faith) creates Brahma – the progenitor, Vishnu – the protector and Shiva – the destroyer, and their female counterparts. According to her promise to Shiva, who expressed his love to her, she takes multiple births on earth to woo and wed Him. He is entrusted with the duty of transforming the earthly incarnations of the Goddess into Mahakali but failed 107 times (of which 107th birth was of Sati). So, Adi Parashakti finally incarnates as the princess of the Himalayas and is renowned as Parvati.

With her strong will and intense devotion, Parvati becomes the wife of Shiva. However, their marriage is threatened when the demon king Shumbha (along with his brother Nishumbha) expresses his desire to marry Parvati and wages war against Shiva. In an attempt to protect all those who have taken up refuge in her home at Mount Kailash, Parvati rushes into the war, successfully channeling Goddess Mahakali, her untamed warrior side through her unbound rage. Her rampage inspires other goddesses like Lakshmi, Saraswati and Indrani to bring forth their inner warriors and fight alongside Kali.

Mahakali is able to overthrow Shumbha's tyrannical rule and slay all his associates (including famed demons like Mahishasura, Bhandasura, Tarakasura, Nishumbha, Raktabija and Chanda and Munda) in the process.

In years following her triumph, Shiva and Parvati expand their family to include their sons Lord Ganesha and Lord Kartikeya. Further stories highlight the success of the female endeavor against the patriarchal anarchy which manifests as threats like Banasura, Narakasura, Arunasura, Durgamasura, Andak and the like – all being formidable demons famously killed by the Goddess in various incarnations. The show also highlights the importance of family sticking up for each other, as the Kailash-Parivar face multiple social challenges and deconstruct many primitive thought processes.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Pooja Sharma as Goddess Parvati : Mahadev's Wife, Andhka, Kartikeya and Ganesha's Mother . / Mahakali / Sati : Mahadev's First Wife ./ Durga / Navadurga ( Shailputri, Brahmcharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandmata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Mahagauri and Sidhidatri) / The ten Mahavidyas (Kali, Meenakshi, Tara, Sodhasi, Tripurasundari, Chinnamasta, Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi and Matangi) / Ambika / Ardhanarishvara / Annapurna / Kamakhya / Bhramari / Shakambhari/ Bimala / Kanyakumari and other incarnations of Shakti .
  • Saurabh Raj Jain as Lord Shiva / Jalandhara / Mahakaal / Rudra / Virabhadra / Bhairava / Nataraja / Jagannath and other incarnations of Shiva : Sati and Parvati Husband, Kartikeya, Andhaka and Ganesha's Father.
  • Meghan Jadhav as Lord Kartikeya; god of war; Elder son of Shiva and Parvati; brother of Ganesha and Ashoksundari; husband of Devsena and Valli.
  • Krish Chauhan as Lord Ganesha  : Younger son of Shiva and Parvati; Kartikeya's Younger Brother; Ridhi and Siddhi's Husband.
  • Kanan Malhotra as Lord Vishnu /Lord Krishna/ Mohini : Sustainer / Protector, Lakshmi's Husband, Parvati's Brother, Shiva's friendly part, Brahma's father like. Slayer of the demon Madhu. Earlier Daksha's grandfather like.

Recurring[edit]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

We are utilizing high-end VFX and prosthetics to highlight the fantastical element in the story, in keeping with the mythological era. Intense research has led us to the ideal depiction on-screen, and we hope that the viewers like Mahakaali as much as they have supported Karmphal Data Shani.”

— Siddharth Kumar Tewary[5]

Actress Pooja Sharma also shared that it took nearly 3–4 hours for her to get painted in her Kali avatar. The set designs were different from other similar shows as the producer, Siddharth Tiwary, shared that he wanted the concept of the visualisation to be unique, and that the story would be blend of some fiction and stories from different Puranas.[6]

Reception[edit]

Ratings[edit]

The show opened up with 6507 impressions and was the third most watched urban television show in its debut week in India.[7]

The Times of India stated, "The show is a perfect blend of drama and mythology. Compared to the other shows, the VFX effects used in Mahakali are excellent and seeps one into the world of fantasy. Right from the backdrop setting to the costume drama, the make-believe looks convincing and draws you into its tale. The show has elaborate costumes and jewellery which make it furthermore engaging to watch."[8]

Adaptation[edit]

It was dubbed in Tamil as Kaakum Deivam Kali on Colors Tamil.[9]

  • This show dubbed version of Bangla language with same title on Colors Bangala from 2017.
  • This show remake in Kannada different actors same title on Colors Kannada from 2018.
  • This show dubbed in Telugu language with same title on Gemini TV.
  • This show dubbed in Malayalam language Sree bhadrakali 16 April 2018 on Surya TV and this show near running on 2020 on colors Rishtey

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahakali_%E2%80%94_Anth_Hi_Aarambh_Hai
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