Dakshineshwar Kali Temple is a famous Hindu temple which is situated on the eastern bank of River Hoogly. The presiding diety of this popular temple of West Bengal is Bhavatarini. This beautiful temple was founded in the mid of 19th century by a philanthropist and a devotee of Kali “Rani Rashmoni”. It is one of the biggest Kali temples in West Bengal and equal divinity to Radhe Krishna and Lord Shiva is given at this temples and hence it is one of the must visit temples in West Bengal for the peace lovers and devotees of Kali Maa.
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How to Reach:
- By train – Dakshineswar is railway station on the Sealdah (in the heart of Kolkata)- Dankuni (on the Howrah-Bardhaman chord line) sector. It is 14 km from Sealdah and 10 km from Dankuni. …
- By road – it is connected to Kolkata.
Dakshineswar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700076