The name Kali is derived from the Hindu word that means "time", and that also means "black". Black also means mystery and secret. Black in the ancient Hindu language of Sanskrit is kaala. The feminine form is kali. So she is Kali, the black one. Black is a symbol of The Infinite and the seed stage of all colors. The Goddess Kali remains in a state of inconceivable darkness that transcends words and mind. Within her blackness is the dazzling brilliance of illumination. Kali's blackness symbolizes her all-embracing, comprehensive nature, because black is the color in which all the colors merge; black absorbs and dissolves them.
Ma Kali Chunri in black color with golden and white colored dot print. The golden zarri border adds to the beauty of this Chunri.
Shawl/Chunri with big floral print. Shawl/Chunri is an integral part of festivities. It is draped on head and shoulders like a scarf by women during religious functions, ceremonies and prayer rituals. It is draped around deity Idols and altars and thus made from auspicious colors. Often a chunri is used in altar as a seat for Idols and yantras and for adding color and festivity to the prayer room.
Offering the Chunri to Devi or Goddess or any deity is a age old tradition which signifies respect towards the deities. Chunri is also laid down before installing a deity idol. The Chunri is laid on a pedestal and then the deity idol is installed on top of it. Covering the top part of the Goddess statue and photo is also a widely practiced tradition.
|Short Description||Ma Kali Chunri in black color with golden and white colored dot print. The golden zarri border adds to the beauty of this Chunri.|