In another telling of her origin, Dhumavati is said to have arisen from the smoke when Sati immolated herself. Her eyes burn with the fire that consumed Sati. Dhumavati symbolizes the power of nature over all other forces, and the fact that death is inevitable. She is usually depicted riding in a chariot, on which crows or vultures perch. She is old and ugly, wearing a dress taken from a corpse. Dhumavati's name means "the smoky one", and other names for her include JYESTHA, DARIDRA (poverty), VIDHAVA (widow), NIRRTI (misery), and ALAKSHMI (misfortune).
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