One of the 52 major Shakti Peethas is located at Kiritkona village, in Murshidabad district, West Bengal, India. The holy temple of Maa Kiriteswari, where “Crown or Headdress” of Sati’s body fell, is worshipped by a large number of devotees.
On the other hand, there is no statue of Goddess Kiriteshwari also known as Mukuteshwari at this point, only ‘Red colored stone’ is worshipped by devotees as a superlative power of Durga Shakti. Millions of devotees from all over the country visit the prehistoric divine temple.
Other significant adjacent places:
Here, several other momentous places are situated near Goddess Kiriteshwari temple – Roshini Bagh (sepulcher of Sauja Uddin Khan), Jagat Bandhu dham (also known as Dahapara ashram, birth place of Sri Prabhu Jagatbandhu Sunder), Bara Nagar (built by queen of Natore, Bhawani) and Khosh Bagh (a sanctuary and the funeral land of the last Nawabs of Bengal).