𝑀𝒜𝒜 𝒦𝒜𝒜𝐿𝐼 𝒦𝒜𝒫𝒜𝐿𝐼𝒩𝐼
THE BEARER OF THE SKULLS OF IMPURITY
Maa Kaali Kapalini Is The Divine Mother Maa Maha Kaali’s Fourth Name In The Śrī Kālīsahasranāma Stotram. The Holy Name Signifies The Garland of skulls (Kapalamala) Worn By Maa Maha Kaali.
The Kapalamala Is a characteristic of the Fearsomeness Of The Divine Mother. In one interpretation, The Kapalamala Symbolizes the heads of foes and demons Slain By The Divine Mother In battles.
In another interpretation, The Kapalamala Symbolizes the ego or attachment to the limited body, which The Divine Mother Has Liberated Her blessed children from. The Kapalamala Worn By Maa Maha Kaali When Manifested As Maa ChinnaMasta, Symbolizes Her Victory Over time and fear of death.
In yet another interpretation, the fifty or fifty-two heads or skulls In The Kapalamala Symbolize the letters of the Sanskrit alphabet, Signifying Maa Maha Kaali As Sabda Brahman, The Ultimate Reality Recognized As The Primal Holy Sound ‘Om’