The Goddess of power, passion, and destruction. Unapologetic and fierce in her celestial glory. Here's a Madhubani-style illustration of Kali, who embodies shakti – feminine energy, creativity and fertility.
A fearful fighting figure with a necklace of heads, skirt of arms, lolling tongue, and brandishing a knife and head dripping with blood, portrays her as the ultimate expression of nature, both destructive and benevolent. The mythological elements and repeated lines in the background confers on the work a sense of chaos and violence achieving the complexity of this deity scene from the ancient times.
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