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Goddess Durga via Soumya Bandyopadhyay    Sanskrit: "the inaccessible", Bengali: দুর্গা) is a form of Devi, the supreme goddess. In Bengal, she is said to be the mother of Ganesha, Kartikeya as well of Saraswati and Lakshmi.    Durga is depicted as a warrior woman riding a lion or a tiger  with multiple hands carrying weapons and assuming mudras, or symbolic hand gestures. This form of the Goddess is the embodiment of feminine and creative energy (Shakti).    ugaruuga: Durga

'Durga statue' in West Bengal photographed by Celina Mahek. "Durga - Invincible, destroyer of all evil and diseases - she is the embodiment of ‘Shakti’, a culmination of the powers vested in the Hindu Gods." via celinamahek on trek earth

In Hinduism, Durga or Maa Durga is a form of Devi, the supremely radiant goddess, depicted as having eight arms, riding a lion or a tiger, carrying weapons and a lotus flower, maintaining a meditative smile, and practicing mudras, or symbolic hand gestures.

Kali, also known as Kalika, is the Hindu goddess associated with eternal energy. The name Kali means "black" but has, by folk etymology, come to mean "force of time (kala)." Kali is today considered the goddess of time and change.

Goddess Durga via Soumya Bandyopadhyay    Sanskrit: "the inaccessible", Bengali: দুর্গা) is a form of Devi, the supreme goddess. In Bengal, she is said to be the mother of Ganesha, Kartikeya as well of Saraswati and Lakshmi.    Durga is depicted as a warrior woman riding a lion or a tiger  with multiple hands carrying weapons and assuming mudras, or symbolic hand gestures. This form of the Goddess is the embodiment of feminine and creative energy (Shakti).    ugaruuga: Durga

'Durga statue' in West Bengal photographed by Celina Mahek. "Durga - Invincible, destroyer of all evil and diseases - she is the embodiment of ‘Shakti’, a culmination of the powers vested in the Hindu Gods." via celinamahek on trek earth