Bhadrakālī (సంస్కృతం: भद्रकाली, తమిళం: பத்ரகாளி, Telugu: భద్రకాళి, మళయాళం|ഭദ്രകാളി, కన్నడ: ಭದ್ರಕಾಳಿ, Kodava: ಭದ್ರಕಾಳಿ) (literally "Good Kali,") [1] is a Hindu goddess popular in Southern India. She is one of the fierce forms of the Great Goddess (Devi) mentioned in the Devi Mahatmyam. Bhadrakali is the popular form of Devi worshipped in Kerala as Sri Bhadrakali and Kariam Kali Murti Devi. In Kerala she is seen as the auspicious and fortunate form of Kali who protects the good. It is believed that Bhadrakāli was a local deity that was assimilated into the mainstream Hinduism, particularly into Shaiva mythology. She is represented with three eyes, and four, twelve or eighteen hands. She carries a number of weapons, with flames flowing from her head, and a small tusk protruding from her mouth. Her worship is also associated with the Tantric tradition of the Matrikas as well as the tradition of the ten Mahavidyas and falls under the broader umbrella of Shaktism.

Bhadrakālī (Good Kali, Mahamaya Kali)
Goddess Bhadrakali Worshipped by the Gods- from a tantric Devi series - Google Art Project.jpg
Bhadrakali worshipped by the Trimurti – the male Trinity in the North Indian Basohli style.
దేవనాగరిभद्र कालि
సంస్కృత అనువాదంभद्र कालि
తమిళ లిపిபத்ர காளி
మంత్రంoṁ glauṁ bhadrakālyai namaḥ
భర్త / భార్యVirabhadra
మతంSouthern India


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