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The most beautiful Indian woman in the world is called Kali (the Goddess of Love) and she is revered as such. She is one of the Seven Seers in the Hindu religious system who foretell the future.
Her appearance is so beautiful that it attracts all kinds of people and there are some who love to worship her. Her appearance is also so powerful that she can influence the hearts of men and women. She is said to be born of a Hindu king named Rama and in a marriage ceremony she would become the bride of the king and real dating site in india he would become the father of three daughters. Rama would then give india brides each of the daughters a special title, one of these titles is the daughter of Rama. The name of this title is Krishna.
One of the many myths about Kali is that she is a demon born of a bbw indian human mother and a human father. Her father Rama, being an evil demon, would try to destroy the human race so he could rule the universe and make Kali the Queen of Hell. The king and the queen then had a child who was known as the reincarnation of Rama and hence she has the same name. Once Kali became pregnant with the king she would try to take away his life, the child would try to kill the king and in the process the baby would take the form of a snake. Once the snake came out the king would be able to eat it, he then would eat the snake and become the snake god, Kali is known to be the mother of many snakes and has a strong desire to eat snakes, she would then bring the snakes and they would be in her house where she would eat them all and become very strong. The snakes then would be taken to a sacred site where the snakes would be eaten, the child would become the king and be named Kali, he would then return to his mother and the mother would give birth to a snake girl who is also called Kali, and he would be named as the new incarnation of the serpent, she will become known as Karna or a snake. Kali's birth is indian dating one of many myths that depict Kali being the mother of numerous snakes. The myth of Kali is so strong that even today, most people who have grown up in India think of it as if it's true and if they are told that the myths of Kali are false, they will probably laugh and say that it's not true. The story of the birth of Kali is so powerful that it is believed that if the people of India and the world were told the true story of Kali, they would lose their faith in Hinduism and their religion, and they would become evil people who will destroy all of nature. The myth of Karna is just as powerful and has many different versions. The Karna legend goes as such; Karna, the son of Surya (the father of Indra), is one of the greatest warriors of all time. One day, Karna was about to kill his enemy and that is why the enemy was saved. After Karna killed his enemy, he became very angry, and he came to his father's castle to complain about his father. His father, Surya, told his son to go to the forest where he could be free of his father's wrath. Karna went to the forest, but as soon as he entered, he got angry and chased his father out of the castle. Surya, now furious, went indian babes after Karna and caught him by his sword. Karna, though he was terrified of his father, was scared at the sight of his father's sword. At that time, in this age, the sword of the king of kings was not a sword which was used only for the defense. Karna was frightened at his father's sword, but his father did not care. Karna then used the sword and killed his father. He then said "It is a small price to pay for my freedom." But before they left, he said, "This forest is my father's forest, he has lived here for more than 1000 years. I date indian girls will not go back." So he did not go back to his father. They went to their villages. Karna was the first one who went back to his mother's house. He brought her a cup of water. She gave it to him. When he drank it, he saw that he had blue skin and white hair. The next day he went to his father's house. When he came, his father said to him, 'Here is your mother's cup of water. Drink it kokata girls and you will be my son. But don't eat the water or you will not be my son.' Karna said, 'No, father. It is for the good of my father.' A few days later, a lot of people of the village came to Karna and said, 'Our lord the king had given his son the cup of water to drink, but it was for a good cause. Now you must eat it. You must drink the water and the cup will be yours.' They also said, 'You will not die as a result of drinking the water, because if you don't drink the water, you will become like us, and the water will be a poison for you and for us.' Karna said, 'I will drink the water, as my father has told me.' He went to the river and drank the water. It was very refreshing, but Karna's feet were very tired. He said, 'My feet are tired, and I don't feel any better. I'm not sure what is happening to me.' Then, the river began to flow down. At that point, Karna said, 'I don't know what I will do. It is not a water of life that I am trying to drink, but it is a water of death.' As the river ran down Karna's body, the fire of the gods began to be ignited and it began to burn. Karna was now consumed by fire. The gods, knowing that this is the moment of death, began to scream and roar, and the earth shook. Then, Karna turned around and spoke, "Bhaktas, what you have done, you have done wrong, and now, I will be reborn in the sky. Do you have any knowledge about the heavens?" They responded with a scream and a roar, and a voice of lamentation sounded. Then, the earth quaked, and a great earthquake came. After that, a great cloud of ash came down from heaven, and then a fire from heaven consumed the earth and was consumed by fire. Then Karna became like a living corpse, and he was buried on the earth. The ashes of the dead god are called jagati. When a woman sees such an ashes, she has to wash her face before entering a marriage ceremony.