"Kali Yuga" is the fourteenth episode of Season Two of Fox's Sleepy Hollow. It was written by Heather V. Regnier and directed by Douglas Aarniokoski. It is the twenty-seventh episode of the series overall, and debuted on January 26, 2015.
Nick Hawley gets help from Ichabod, Abbie and Jenny as he confronts his past in the form of Carmilla Pines (Jaime Murray), a ruthless treasure hunter, who raised Hawley as a child. Hawley had cut ties with her, after seeing her kill a man, leaving her alone; unfortunately, a Hindu cult captured her and used a ritual to turn her into a Vetala, a monster from Hindu lore. Carmilla convinces Hawley to help her commit one last heist and retrieve a statue of Kali, from Henry Knox's former home. The statue supposedly having the power to restore a Vetala's humanity; however, it turns out to be a trick as instead of a cure, the statue can be used to create more Vetala. Camilla attempts to turn Hawley through the use of the statue, but is stopped by the combined efforts of Jenny, Abbie and Ichabod. After a fierce confrontation, Carmilla flees and Hawley decides to leave Sleepy Hollow to track her down. Meanwhile, Capt. Irving is cleared of all charges at appeal. He and his wife adjust to him being back from the dead and what this could possibly mean for the future.
In Japan, this episode is entitled as "The Dangerous Loot" (危険な盗品 Kiken na Touhin). It refers to the Statue of Kali.
The US title is reference to Kali Yuga, the final stage of the world in Sanskrit scriptures which is otherwise known as the Age of the Demons. This title moreover refers to Carmilla's objective of raising a Vitala Army using the Statue of Kali.