Katy Perry gets trolled for posting picture of Goddess Kali

Indians troll pop star Katy Perry for posting

Katy Perry faced criticism after she posted an "offensive" picture of a Hindu goddess on Instagram. They wrote: "Don't use our gods' images to describe your mood". You're using pics of our Goddesses as memes? Kali is one of the ten Mahavidyas, a combined list of Sakta and Buddhist goddesses.

"I LOVE KATY AND I KNOW SHE'S LOVE'S INDIA AND SHE'S Respect IT SHE'S DOSEN'T mean to disrespect For india or kali [sic]", wrote another.

Here's another comment: "Problem is, you used this picture as to show your mood, like an emoji sticker, but that's our god not a sticker to show your mood @katyperry you don't know INDIAN MOOD when it comes to religion, beware!" I still have conditioned layers dropping off of me by the day, ' she told Vogue. "You Indians please stop getting offended in every petty issues and do something productive (sic)", wrote Koyena Chakrawarti.

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"Why is everyone making such a big deal out of this".

In 2010, she married her former husband Russell Brand in a lavish Hindu ceremony in India. Shouldn't we be proud that our culture is recognized (sp) around the world? The wedding included traditional South Asian clothing, a Bollywood-themed party, a bharat (a South Asian wedding procession), and readings of Hindu scriptures. The "Roar" hit-maker, however, also found some support within the community on Instagram as many of her fans asked her not to take things seriously.

The 32-year-old has previously said she doesn't align herself to a particular religion, but described feeling a "deep connection with God". "I pray all the time - for self-control, for humility", she said at the time.

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