Kali and Lilith

I have come across some interesting research which finds many similarities between the Indian Goddess Kali and Lilith, both of whom in todays contemporay times are symbolic of power, strength,  independence and power for autonomy. I have seen massive changes taking place in India, many of them are silent social movements orchestrated by older women as part of their daily lives.  Younger women on the other no longer desire to be defined by their roles as home makers only. There is an intrinsic desire within them to be free from social and cultural taboos, to be economic independence, to be treated as equals.

http://reli350.vassar.edu/trover/other.html

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