Rampara Kalibari is another Hindu temple in West Bengal which is around 35 kilometers away from Kolkata. The presiding deity of this temple is goddess Siddheshwari Kali which is the feminine form of Lord Shiva. This ancient temple was built by Nandy family of Rampara who were the great devotees of Kali Maa. Rampara Kalibari is also famous for its Kali Puja which is held in the month of October and November during Diwali every year. Devotees visit this temple during this puja in large numbers. It is one of the famous Kali temples in West Bengal.
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How to Reach:
By Air: The nearest airport is Bagdogra.
By Train: New Jalpaiguri is the nearest railway station which is approx 227 KM.
By Road: The temple is well connected by good roads with all the major towns of West Bengal. Cabs, Auto-Rickshaws, Local buses and Taxis are available to reach the temple.