She captioned the image: 'Current mood, ' on Wednesday.
Not before long, the singer's followers began to criticize the singer for making light of a religion for the objective of social media fodder.
Worldwide pop singer Katy Perry disappointed her Indian fans after she posted a photograph of Hindu Goddess Kali on her Instagram page.
However, she has said on numerous occasions that she does not identify with any religion.
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However, some fans took to Instagram to defend the singer, with one writing: "Well im an indian and Hindu also.this is not offensive at all.some people get offended so easily". "Please stop overreacting to everything", said one fan.
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Most of the angry comments noted the artist's ignorance on the significance of goddess Kali to many Indians.
Her wedding with British comic Russel Brand, held in the Indian state of Rajasthan, was heavily Hindu-inspired. Shouldn't we be proud that our culture is recognized (sp) around the world?
This is not the first time that Perry has shown interest in India or an Indian god.
The singer has never confirmed if she is a practicing Hindu, but in a 2013 interview with Marie Claire she did briefly claim she was not any particular religion.
"I'm not Buddhist, I'm not Hindu, I'm not Christian, but I still feel like I have a deep connection with God".
Many of her 63.5 million followers and her friends went off on the post, commenting that it was blatant cultural appropriation and disrespectful to turn a Hindu deity into a meme and to compare oneself to a god.