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Matangi Devi - "Matangi is the adviser of Tripur Sundari. She is summoned to attain command over speech, creativity and knowledge. Matangi is considered as the first mortal being and gave birth to humankind. She is depicted in various forms. She is depicted as green or blue holding a Veena, Knife and a Skull. At times she is seen seated on a corpse, holding a skull and a bowl of blood, with untidy hair. She therefore also represents the transformative power of the Mantra....."

Matangi Devi - "Matangi is the adviser of Tripur Sundari. She is summoned to attain command over speech, creativity and knowledge. Matangi is considered as the first mortal being and gave birth to humankind. She is depicted in various forms. She is depicted as green or blue holding a Veena, Knife and a Skull. At times she is seen seated on a corpse, holding a skull and a bowl of blood, with untidy hair. She therefore also represents the transformative power of the Mantra....."

Goddess Dhumavati (Dhoomavati) Mahavidya yantra – Devshoppe

Goddess Dhumavati (Dhoomavati) Mahavidya yantra – Devshoppe

Branch of Hinduism worshipping the demigods. What a beautiful belief and what a beautiful placebo!

Branch of Hinduism worshipping the demigods. What a beautiful belief and what a beautiful placebo!

Kali Ma - Kali Ma, called the "Dark Mother," is the Hindu goddess of creation, preservation, and destruction. Also known as the Black Goddess, Maha Kali, Nitya Kali, Smashana Kali, Raksha Kali, Shyama Kali, Kalikamata, and Kalaratri. <3

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Kali Ma - Kali Ma, called the "Dark Mother," is the Hindu goddess of creation, preservation, and destruction. Also known as the Black Goddess, Maha Kali, Nitya Kali, Smashana Kali, Raksha Kali, Shyama Kali, Kalikamata, and Kalaratri. <3

A Victorian-era print of Lalita, also known as Shodashi or Tripurasundari (beauty of the three worlds). Lalita is translated as ‘she who plays.’ She is portrayed carrying a sugarcane bow, five flower-arrows (representing the five senses) and sitting on a throne held up by Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma, and Indra! Sundari is both supreme ruler and a sixteen year-old girl on the cusp of womanhood.

A Victorian-era print of Lalita, also known as Shodashi or Tripurasundari (beauty of the three worlds). Lalita is translated as ‘she who plays.’ She is portrayed carrying a sugarcane bow, five flower-arrows (representing the five senses) and sitting on a throne held up by Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma, and Indra! Sundari is both supreme ruler and a sixteen year-old girl on the cusp of womanhood.

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