One of the 52 major Shakti Peethas is situated at Bhardhaman district near Katwa in West Bengal, India. The holy place is dedicated to a divine power “Goddess Durga”, who is worshipped by a large number of Hindu devotees. It is believed that Devi Sati’s ‘Left Arm’ fell here.
Alternatively, a legendary Siddha peetha of a divine power is worshipped as a supreme power of Durga Shakti “Goddess Bahula” (lavish) by the millions of devotees from all over the country, who visit this prehistoric divine temple every year.
An awe-inspiring power of the Universe - “Bahula shakti peetha” is one of the historic places in India, where the divine power is worshipped as a Devi Shakti by Hindu devotees and daily offered with sweets and fruits in the morning.
According to the Hindu mythology, it is whispered that Devi Sati’s “Left Arm” fell here. The main idols of this legendary divine place are Devi as “Bahula” (lavish) and Lord ShivaShiva
Shiva is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindu Trinity that ... as “Bhiruk” (sarvasiddhidayak), worshipped here. The holy place is dedicated to Maa Durga and Lord Shiva.
Other significant adjacent places:
Here, several other momentous places are situated near holy temple – Konkaleshwari KaliKali
There are several traditions of how Kali came into existence... mandir (dedicated to Goddess Kali), Sharine of Sarvamangala and Shivlingam temple (dedicated to Lord Shiva).