New York, Aug 11: Depicting the goddess of time, change, power and destruction, New York's Empire State building wanted to make a point clear- that it needs a violent avatar to change the outlook toward pollution and extinction.
The Indian goddess-Kali is also a symbol of feminine power. Exhibited by filmmaker Louie Psihoyos called 'Projecting Change', the displays also included endangered creatures like Cecil, the lion who was victim of big-game hunting.
The exhibition was to captivate the beauty of wildlife and spread awareness of wildlife extinction and pollution. Kali was represented to encourage people to fight darkness and take up conservation.
Apart from the Goddess and Cecil the lion, hundreds of endangered plants and animals were also showcased.