I spoke with kali Silverman, the National Director of Habonim Dror North America.
His wife, kali Evans-Raoul, runs an image consulting firm in Chicago that coaches clients on how to put their best foot forward.
The poem, then, is the work of a Hindu idealist who personified Bengal under the form of a purified and spiritualized kali.
A glance at his chief had warned kali that trouble was in the air.
And the madly fanatical crowds surged wildly around the altar, while their cries to kali rent the air.
As we waited for the tram, someone said, "Would you like to see kali?"
The bloodthirsty goddess kali ought to be honoured by the Indian patriot.
Actually, this hideous kali stood to them for the Divine Mother.
"By kali and all the other deities, you don't mean that you, expert in cholera and dysentery, are about to—" He chuckled.
An alkali procured by burning Salsola kali and other sea-shore plants.
a name of Devi, the Hindu mother-goddess, in her death-goddess aspect, 1798, from Sanskrit kali, literally "the black one," fem. of kalah "blue-black, black," from a Dravidian language. Also taken as the fem. of kala "time" (as destroyer). She is portrayed as black-skinned, blood-smeared, and wearing a necklace of skulls and a girdle of snakes.