An Indian Goddess who supports Mr. Wednesday’s complaints against the New Gods but does not want to start a violent war. Mama-ji specifically notes the differences between her form in America and her form in India, explaining that the Indian version of this goddess is far more powerful because she is worshipped more. Mama-ji offers a voice of reason and peace, though she recognizes that gods in America have a tougher life than gods in other parts of the world.
The timeline below shows where the character Mama-ji (Kali) appears in American Gods. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.