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Mahishasuramardini - the goddess of power and strength, is perhaps the most important goddess of the Hindus. Mahishasuramardini is a multi-dimensional Goddess, with many names, many personas, and many facets. As Mahishasuramardini or Shakti, she is the destroyer of evil - with her ten mighty arms carrying lethal weapons she triumphantly slays the demon Mahishasura. As Sati, beloved daughter of King Daksha and Queen Menaka she gives up a kingdom and earns her father's wrath. As Kali, she turns black as the night and omnipotent, terrible in rage and fury, with just a string of skulls as her garland and her only garb. As Parvati, she is serene, the pretty consort of Lord Shiva by his side in the snowy peaks of the Kailash mountain. Mahishasuramardini is Bhawani, symbol of life. She is Sati, the object of death. She is Basanti, the heralder of springtime. Mahishasuramardini is also Amba, Jagadhatri, Tara, Ambika, Annapurna.
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