|God Name||Kali Mata Statue|
|Marble Type||Black Marble|
|Packaging Type||Wooden Box|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
KaliKrishna is a benign deity, and instead of four, she has six arms, as she holds a flute, Krishna fashion, in her two extra hands. She is not undraped either. She wears a red silk sari like a dhoti. Shiva lies unconcerned underfoot on a lotus.What is the story of Krishna Kali?So one night, when Radha went to meet Krishna, he followed behind to try to catch them redhanded. “But Krishna was aware of his plan and when Ayan came near, he took the form of Kali so that it appeared that Radha was engaged in secretly worshiping the Goddess in order to benefit her husband and his family.Kali and Krsna two sides of Kaal.Kaal is a Sanskrit term for time, an even death in some cases. Time is that element that governs the universe, it is eternal and ever existent. The time is merciless and waits for no one. Time is the unborn, uncreated, undying reality. The living entity is trapped in the cycle of time in the form of Birth, old age, disease and death, the universe is also trapped in a continuous cycle of creation and destruction. The cycle continuous and never stops it is always in motion, therefore, the root ‘Kal’, means ‘to count,’ ‘to measure,’ or ‘to set in motion,’ hence ‘time.’ The name Kali is the feminine word for time, and its masculine is Kala. Kali is the Goddess who symbolizes this never-ending cycle of time. We generally relate Shiva as the male counterpart of time ‘Mahakal’, Shiva is Mahakal as per Tantrik texts and Shaiva Puranas, but according to Vaishnava texts such as Bhagavad Gita and Srimad Bhagvatm, the Kaal is Krsna. Krsna himself declares in Bhagvad Gita that he is the Kaal. In Bhagavad Gita (10.33) Krsna says ‘aham evākṣayaḥ kālo’ he is the Kaal, He repeats this in the (11.32) where he again confirms that he is Kaal the great destroyer of the worlds, kālo ’smi loka-kṣaya-kṛt pravṛddho lokān samāhartum iha pravrttaḥ. The 10th canto of Srimad Bhagavatam is dedicated to Krsna and his pastime and in this canto Krsna is glorified as ‘kāla-rūpasya’ (10.37.21), ‘kālātmanā’ (10.24.31) ‘kālasyārūpiṇas’ (10.71.8), ‘kālam īśvaram’, (10.84.23), ‘kālaḥ pradhānaṁ puruṣo’ (10.59.29), kālo bhagavān (10.10.30-31). Thus we can establish Kali being the feminine counterpart of masculine Kala or Krsna. In the Vedas, it is said that the supreme lord originated form Shakti and the Shakti the supreme potency originated from the supreme Purusha Rig-veda ‘tasmad viradajayata virajo adhi purushah’ (10.7.90.1-16). The Purusha and Prakriti are inseparably united, the Shakti and Shaktiman are also united, thus if Kala and Kali are united it should not be a surprise. Kali is also referred to as Shakti of the supreme Purusha or the Shaktiman. Also, Kali and Krsna share a similar complexion, Kali is called ‘shayama’ and Krsna is called ‘shayam’.Vijay Laxmi Art Gallery Is The One of the most genuine and trustable Manufacturer Where you can get the deities in there oroginal form even vijay laxmi art gallery make the deities alive.