Kalighat Shakti Peeth as the sole shrine to have been devastating entire devil spirits from the world goes to the female version of color-Black is Goddess KaliKali
There are several traditions of how Kali came into existence... Maa. Goddess Kali She is the embodiment of empowerment and a fierce aspect of the Goddess. She is black in her complexion and thus she is named Kali. She is the Goddess of time, power, change and destruction and is majorly worshipped in South India, Bengal and AssamMaa is as the huge religious belief in Calcutta, having a rich history of Goddess Shakti over killing Asuras when needed.
Kalighat Shakti Peeth, known as the 51 Shakti Peethas, has a huge attendance of Goddess Kali Maa’ worshippers every time. Kalighat whereon Goddess Kali Maa Temple (Kalighat Kali Temple) is a blessing to the worshippers get free of all negative spirits.
Also, known as the most merciful deityin Hinduism, Goddess Kali Maa cares most to its worshippers ever. Goddess Kali Maa (form of Goddess Shakti) and Lord Nakuleesh (form of Lord ShivaShiva
Shiva is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindu Trinity that ...) in Kalighat Shakti Peeth has exclusively drafted an image religious of Calcutta.
Kalighat Shakti Peeth to have been an uniqueness in Calcutta whereon Goddess Shakti’ right leg fingers fell subjects to Kalighat Kali Temple, intuitively. As history is concerned, Kalighat Temple was as a small hut, but the present temple was built by the Sabarna Roy Choudhury family of Barisha in 1809.
Offering 595 bighas of land to the Kali Temple, he with the very priority kept in mind to worship could be continued easily. Though, the entire breed of human bows down their head at Kalighat to pay patronage to the Goddess Kali Maa.
Two saints-Brahmananda Giri and Atmaram Giri with the incredible hands crafted to the present dakshina Kali idol of touchstone. Interestingly, it was Padmabati Devi (the mother of Laksmikanta Roy Choudhury), discovered the fossils of Sati's finger in a lake called Kalikunda made Kalighat as one of the 51 Shakti Pithas.