Mahakali – Anth Hi Aarambh Hai (English: Mahakali – The end marks the beginning) is an Indian mythological television series that preimered on 22 July 2017 on Colors TV. The show traces the epic story of Goddess Parvati’s metamorphosis into Mahakali.
Mahakali (Nepali: महाकाली अञ्चल Listen (help · info)) was one of the fourteen zones located in the Far-Western Development Region of Nepal, covering an area of 6,205 km 2 in the most western part of the country. It stretches along Nepal's far western border with India, marked by the Kali River or Mahakali River.
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Mahakali Treaty or महाकाली सन्धि (Mahakali Sandhi) is an agreement between the Government of Nepal (former His Majesty's Government of Nepal) and the Government of India regarding the development of watershed of Mahakali River. The treaty was signed in 1996.
The Sharda River, also called Kali River and Mahakali River, originates at Kalapani in the Himalayas at an elevation of 3,600 m (11,800 ft) in the Pithoragarh district in Uttarakhand, India. It flows along Nepal 's western border with India and has a basin area of 14,871 km 2 (5,742 sq mi).
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Mahākāla is a deity common to Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism. In Hinduism, Mahākāla is a manifestation of Shiva and is the consort of the goddess Mahākālī; he most prominently appears in the Kalikula sect of Shaktism. Mahākāla also appears as a protector deity known as a dharmapala in Vajrayana Buddhism, particularly most Tibetan traditions as Citipati, and in Chinese Esoteric Buddhism and in Shingon Buddhism. He is known as Dàhēitiān and Daaih'hāktīn in Mandarin and Cantonese...
Mahākāla is a Sanskrit bahuvrihi of mahā "great" and kāla "time/death", which means "beyond time" or death. Tibetan: ནག་པོ་ཆེན་པོ།, THL: nak po chen po means "Great Black One". Tibetan: མགོན་པོ།, THL: gön po "Protector" is also used to refer specifically to Mahākāla.
According to Shaktisamgama Tantra, the spouse of Mahakali is extremely frightening. Mahakala has four arms, three eyes and is of the brilliance of 10 million black fires of dissolution, dwells in the midst of eight cremation grounds. He is adorned with eight skulls, seated on five corpses, holds a trident, a drum, a sword and a scythe in his hands. He is adorned with ashes from the cremation ground and surrounded by numbers of loudly shrieking vultures and jackals. At his side is his consort sym
Mahakala is also known as Mahakala Bhairava and Kala Bhairava in Hinduism, and many temples in India and Nepal are dedicated solely for Mahakala Bhairava, for example at the temple in Ujjain, which is mentioned more than once by Kālidāsa. The primary temple, place of worship for Mahakala is Ujjain. Mahakala is also a name of one of Shiva's principal attendants, along with Nandi, Shiva's mount and so is often represented outside the main doorway of early Hindu temples.
Mahakala enjoys an exalted position as a household deity in Japan, as he is one of the Seven Lucky Gods in Japanese folklore. The Japanese also use the symbol of Mahakala as a monogram. The traditional pilgrims climbing the holy Mount Ontake wear tenugui on white Japanese scarves with the Sanskrit seed syllable of Mahakala. In Japan, this deity is variously considered to be the god of wealth or of the household, particularly the kitchen. He is recognised by his wide face, smile, and a flat black
Mahakali dalam bahasa Sansekerta secara etimologis adalah varian feminin dari Mahakala atau Waktu Agung (yang ditafsirkan juga sebagai Kematian), sebuah julukan dewa Siwa dalam agama Hindu. Mahakali adalah bentuk Adi parashakti, yang berada di luar ruang dan waktu. Kali adalah kekuatan kemarahan Adi parashakti dan karena itu warnanya hitam. Dia ...