Kolkata Temple Tour

Kolkata Temple tour covers one of the most famous temple of Goddess Kali or Kalighat , Dakneshwar kali temple , Gangasagar one of the most popular pilgrimage in the country & Mayapuri the Spiritual headquarter of  ISKON Temple

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Kali Temple

The original temple was built by Raja Basanta Roy, who was the uncle of Pratapaditya and the King of Jessore (Bangladesh). The original temple was sited on the banks of Hooghly; however the river has shifted away from the temple with the period of time. In the past days, traders used to take stop at Kalighat to pay their obeisance to Goddess Kali.

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Kolkata Panaroma Tour

Kolkata is india's intellectual & cultural capital, also the City of Joy. Kolkata, the land of many spiritual edifices, is popular for its amalgam of holy places. Kalighat Kali Temple In Kolkatta is regarded as the holiest peeth or pith of the 52 Shakti Peethams of India

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