Fragrance notes: nag champa, guava, hibiscus
Kali (pronounced “kah lee”), also called "She Who Is Black", "She Who is Death", and the "Dark Mother," is the Hindu goddess of creation and destruction. A fierce demon-slaying warrior with the power to control time. She is frequently depicted in gruesome paintings of blood and death with skin the color of coal or dark blue. This symbolic representation depicts the belief that Kali is the darkness from which everything is created and also the liberator of souls from the physical body upon death. She is energy, creation and death, the cycle of life, and mother nature.
This sophisticated fragrance is inspired by the intoxicating smells of India's herbs, flowers, and fruits. Nag Champa, a popular Indian incense created from the blend of frangipani (plumeria) flowers and sandalwood creates the foundation for this intricate fragrance. The next layer is the soothing floral essence of hibiscus which represents the practices of Kali’s devotees who offer red hibiscus flowers to her as a sign of respect. Topping off this aromatic trip to India is the sweetness of a freshly cut juicy guava. This riveting experience of the senses is dedicated to a most complex and intriguing goddess.
► 3 ounce clamshell: contains (6) 1-inch breakaway wax cubes
► Use 1-2 cubes at a time in an electric wax warmer