It is also known as Kirit Shaktipeeth and this Dham is very special. Situated on the Hooghly river, both Shiva and Shakti reside in this temple. It is said that the crown of Mother Sati had fallen at this place, due to which this Shaktipeeth came into existence. Here Mata is 'Vimala' or 'Bhuvaneshwari' and Shiva is 'Samvart'. Apart from this, the mother is also called Bhuvaneshwari Devi here. According to beliefs, it is considered one of the most awakened places of power and has a special significance in the Puranas. According to the local people, everyone's wishes are fulfilled here. This is the reason that there is an influx of devotees in the court of Mata.
Kalighat Kali Temple is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas in the country. This temple built on the banks of river Hooghly is famous all over the world. The ghat adjacent to this temple is known as Kalighat. It is believed that four fingers of the right foot of Mother Sati fell in Kalighat. According to the Puranas of Hinduism, wherever pieces of Sati's body parts, clothes or ornaments worn by her fell, Shaktipeeths came into existence there. There is a grand statue of Maa Kali in this Peeth. During Navratri, from Dashami to Shashthi, crowds of devotees throng here.
Dakshineswar Kali Temple is a grand temple of Kali Maa built on the eastern bank of the Ganges. The grand temple of Dakshineswar Kali is situated on the banks of the river Hooghly. Here Ramakrishna Paramhansa worshiped Mother Jagadamba. The construction of the temple was completed in 1855. This temple is spread over an area of 25 acres. Dakshina Maa Kali is seen standing on Lord Shiva at the inner site of the temple.
Nalhati Shaktipeeth is a holy place for Hindus, which is located in Rampurhat of Birbul district, West Bengal, India. This temple is also known as Maa Nalateshwari. Nalhati Shakti Peeth The surrounding area is surrounded by mountains and beautiful forests. According to mythology, this is the place where Goddess Shakti's throat fell
There is another Shaktipeeth in Birbhum district of West Bengal which is dedicated to Mother Tara Devi. In the local language Tara means eye and Peeth means place, hence this temple is worshiped as the site of the eye. According to mythology, the stars of Mother Sati had fallen at this place and this Shaktipeeth was established. This temple is also known for tantric activities.
|1||Kali Mandir Sevokeshwari||West Bengal|
|2||Baneswar Siva Temple||West Bengal|