Goddess Kali seated with the double corpse of Shiva
- Subject: Indian Religious Painting
- Paint Material: Opaque watercolors
- Base Material: Paper (unframed)
- Size: 10 in. wide X 7 in. tall (25 cms X 18 cms)
- Age: Modern Handmade Art
- Country of origin: India
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With this mesmeric embossed artwork you can feel the magic of Kali who is the Goddess of Destruction and Dissolution in Hinduism.
As most of the stories seem to indicate, in many situations involving Siva and Kali, Siva appears to play a large role in the calming, and controlling Kali. Kali is usually portrayed as a bloodthirsty goddess who is often found on a battlefield in some kind of rampage. Kali’s behavior is also often described as erratic, causing her to be easily angered. Siva has been known to use different techniques to control Kali, including the laying in front of her after the battle with the demon Mahisasura.
In this complex tantric form of symbolic depiction, Goddess Kali is seated with the double corpse of Shiva which seems to have calmed Kali by drawing out her motherly emotions. Here we get to see the gentle nature that is not usually associated with this Goddess.
Add this art to your collection or decor and bring home one of the most popular Goddesses of India - Kali.