VishnuMaya Kuttichathan Kerala Kalapathy Kali Vishnumaya Direct Karnataka
VishnuMaya Kuttichathan Kerala Kalapathy Kali directs Kali and Vishnu Maya Kuttichathan as fearsome as maa kali may appear to you as dangerous and she is the most compassionate goddess of them all. Ma Kali was born from the concentrated anger of Durga Devi while she was battling the Asura Rakta-bija. Rakti-bija meaning “Blood-seed” and was an Asura (force of chaos) who, when a cut and a drop of his blood touched the earth another Asura like him was made manifest. We perform VishnuMaya Kuttichathan Kerala Kalapathy Kali pooja and homa on Tuesday and Friday which is dedicated to Lord Sree Kalapathy Vishnu Maya Kuttichathan, Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesh, Goddess Ma Kali. CLICK HERE to know more about Kalapathy Kali.
VishnuMaya Kuttichathan Kerala Kalapathy Kali at Vishnumaya Direct puja and homa are powerful to invoke spiritual powers to get permanent solutions to succeed in life for family issues, relationship issues, marriage, love relationship, business loss, finance, removing negativity or ghosts. Ma Kali’s earliest appearance is that of a destroyer of evil forces. She is the most powerful form of Shakti, and the goddess of one of the four subcategories of the Kulamrga, a category of tantric saivism. Ma Kali destroys the evil in order to protect the innocent from major problems of life. Ma Kali and Vishnumaya Kuttichathan pooja and homa are most powerful to be worshipped by devotional movements and tantric sects variously as the divine mother, Mother of the Universe, Aadi Shakti, or Adi Parashakti, Shaktaa Hindu and tantric sects additionally worship her as the ultimate reality or Brahma. She is also seen as the divine protector and the one who bestows moksha, or liberation. Kali is often portrayed standing or dancing on her consort, The most popular form of Ma Kali Is most common four armed iconographic image shows each hand carrying various Khadga (crescent-shaped sword or a giant sickle), a trishul (trident), a severed head, and a bowl or skull-cup ( Kabala) collecting the blood of the severed head. Two of these hands (usually the left) are holding a sword and severed head. The sword signifies divine knowledge and the human head signifies human ego which must be slain by divine knowledge in order to attain moksha. The other two hands (usually the right) are in the Abhaya (fearlessness) andVarada (blessing) mudras, which means her initiated devotees (oranyone worshipping her with a true heart) will be saved as she will guide them here and in the hereafter. Ma Kali has a garland consisting of human heads, variously enumerated at 108 (an auspicious number in Hinduism and the number of countable beads on a Rudraksha mala or rosary for repetition of mantras or 51,which represents Varnamala or the Garland of letters of the Sanskrit alphabet Devanagari.
Hinduism believes Sanskrit is a language of dynamism, and each of these letters represents a form of energy, or a form of Ma Kali. Therefore, she is generally seen as the mother of language, and all mantras. She is often depicted naked which symbolizes her being beyond the covering of Maya since she is pure Nirguna being consciousness, bliss and far above Prakriti.
Ma kali is shown as very dark as she is Brahman in its supreme un manifest state. Ma Kali has no permanent qualities she will continue to exist even when the universe ends. It is therefore believed that the concepts of color, light, good, bad do not apply to her. Ma Kali is also depicted in the Maha kali form as having ten heads, ten arms, and ten legs. Each of her ten hands is carrying a various implement which varies in different accounts, but each of these represents the power of one of the devas or Hindu gods and are often the identifying weapon or ritual item of a given Deva. The implication is that Maha kali subsumes and is responsible for the powers that these deities possess and this is in line with the interpretation that Ma kali is identical with Brahman. While not displaying ten heads, an “ek mukhi” or one headed image may be displayed with ten arms, signifying the same concept: the powers of the various Gods come only through her grace. Ma Kali or Samhara Kali, also called Vama Kali, is the embodiment of the power of destruction. Samhara Kali is the most dangerous and powerful form of Kali. Samhaara Kali is the chief goddess of Tantric texts. It is said that if Kali steps out with the left foot and holds the sword in her right hand, she is in the form of Samhaara Kali. She is the Kali of death, destruction and is worshiped by tantric. As Samhaara Kali she gives death and liberation. According to the Maha kala Samhita, Samhaara Kali is two armed and black in complexion. She stands on a corpse and holds a freshly cut head and a plate to collect the dripping blood. She is worshiped by warriors, tantric (Followers of Tantra and Mantra) Ma Kali could be considered a general concept, like Durga, and is primarily worshiped in the Kali Kula of worship. The closest way of direct worship is Ma Kali or Bhadra kali (Bhadra in Sanskrit means gentle’). Kali is worshiped as one of the 10 Mahavidya forms of Adi Parashakti.