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I LOVE the diversity of my job! 👌Yesterday capturing the magic of an awesome couples special day to today capturing TAPA's new uniform range with their talented young dancers as models!! Awesome weekend! 👍 #tellaphotography #aippaccreditedprofessionalphotographer #weddingphotographer #dancephotographer #studioshoot #onlocation #tapadance #tapastudio #newuniformsstudioshoot #talentedyoungtapadancers #dancelife #diversity
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Beautiful glowing Indian princess Maeher 🇮🇳🌹😍 (@maebawa ) she does amazing makeup in the California area! Check out her artwork. Thank you for allowing me to feature you on my page. mA
When everyone around you is painting their houses grey or black.... it feels good to come across a household who are bold enough to be different🌴.
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Kali is the goddess of death, time, and doomsday and is often associated with sexuality and violence but is also considered a strong mother-figure and symbolic of motherly-love. Kali also embodies shakti - feminine energy, creativity and fertility - and is an incarnation of Maa Parvati, wife of Shiva. She is most often represented in art as a fearful fighting figure with a necklace of heads, skirt of arms, lolling tongue, and brandishing a knife dripping with blood.

Kali’s name derives from the Sanskrit meaning ‘she who is black’ or ‘she who is death’, but she is also known as Chaturbhuja Kali, Chinnamasta, or Kaushika. As an embodiment of time Kali devours all things, she is irresistibly attractive to mortals and gods, and can also represent (particularly in later traditions) the benevolence of a mother goddess.

In one version of Kali’s birth, there is the story of the terrible demon Raktabija (Blood-seed). This demon was causing a great deal of trouble with people and gods alike but even worse was his ability to produce more demons every time a drop of his blood spilt to the ground. Therefore, each time Raktabija was attacked, the only result was more demons to deal with. The gods decided to work together and combine all of their shakti or divine energy and produce one super being that could destroy Raktabija; the result was Kali (in another version only Durga produces Kali). Given all the divine weapons of the gods, Kali swiftly sought out Raktabija and his demons and proceeded to swallow them all whole so as not to spill anymore blood in the process. Raktabija himself was killed when Kali lopped off his head with a sword and then drank all of his blood, making sure none fell to the ground and thereby ensuring no more demons could menace the world. 💀👅👁👅💀 Jai Mata Di 😍😘🕉🙏🏾💙
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