In Indian mythology, a powerful and evil demon was granted a boon. And for his askance, as he considered women feeble, weak creatures, was that only a female could kill him. The Gods all tried their best to destroy this monster, to no avail.
He believed this would guarantee his mortality. Imagine his surprise then, when Kali appeared, a necklace of demon heads like his around her neck, her power far overshadowing his, and he no match for her incredible strength, defeating him in record time.
What I am trying to tell you is, they have always underestimated us, no matter what form we take.
What I am also saying is, we should channel our inner Goddesses and make them rue the day they made that mistake.
— Nikita Gill, “Kali”