"Of all the Goddess's manifestations, Kali is surely the most terrifying. Her black body is adorned with a garland of skulls and a girdle of severed arms. She is described as Shiva's 'dangerous' energy, at times uncontrollable in her fury. Only Shiva himself, who lies at her feet in supplication, can pacify her. This image of Kali is usually interpreted to mean that Shiva is inert or a corpse (shava) without the feminine energy of Kali."
-Beauty, Power & Grace: The Book of Hindu Goddesses by Krishna Dharma
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