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Mahakala is an Indic deity. From the Wikipedia Page:
According to Hinduism, Mahakala refers to the ultimate form of Shiva, as he is the destroyer of all elements. There is nothing beyond him, no element, no dimensions, not even time. That is why he is maha (greater) kaal (time). Kaal is also the time of death, so it can also be reference as the bringer of the greatest death, death of all that is. In some parts of Odisha, Jharkhand and Dooars, (that is, in northern Bengal), wild elephants are worshipped as Mahākāla.
In Hinduism, Mahākāla is the name of Paramashiva or the ultimate form of Godhead, as for example, at the temple in Ujjain, which is mentioned more than once byKālidāsa. The primary temple, place of worship for Mahākāla is Ujjain. Mahakala is also a name of one of Shiva’s principal attendants (Sanskrit: gaṇa), along with Nandi, Shiva’s mount and so is often represented outside the main doorway of early Hindu temples.