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Kalimath Temple

This temple is situated very much above sea level. This temple, situated on the banks of the Saraswati in the Gupta Kashi of Uttarakhand, is one of the Siddha Shaktipeeths. It is considered to be equivalent to the Kamakhya and the volcano goddess temple or above. Once upon a time, the wrath of the atrocities had increased a lot, then all the gods worshipped the Goddess together and requested them to protect these gods and goddesses from all these goddesses and the whole world. Listening to the call of God’s Mother Appeared as a girl and slaughtered the monks called Shukha, Nishumbh and blood bills, but the anger of the mother did not calm down. Then Lord Shankar lay on the path. As soon as the feet of the mother fell on them, they became calm and there was interference in the Kund situated there. Today devotees who come to this temple dedicated to the Kali Mata worship the Kund. In the 62nd chapter of Skanda Purana, a detailed description of the magnificence of this temple is found. The biggest feature of the temple is that the devotees do not worship an idol, but worship the pool, which is believed to have been distraught. Here is the recognition of worship in the middle of the night. This is a temple where Shiva and Shakti are both situated, as well as the grand temple of Lakshmi, Saraswati and Kali have also been set up in Kalimath. It is also believed that Kalidas sat down here and delighted the mother Kali and gave him a boon of scholarship. Received. The Kund is covered with silver sanding, which is opened at midnight at Navaratri, and the Goddess is worshipped. That worship only includes priests of the temple. Kali Shila is situated at a distance of eight kilometers from the temple. It is said that the marks of the feet of the mother are still present on this rock. Here, the mother slaughtered the demons like Shukha, Nishumbha, and bloodbath. The head of the bloodbath was kept by the mother on this rock. It is believed that Mata Parvati had appeared from a rock. A rock-climbing stone is a divine rock that has many legends famous about it. In this rock, there are 64 machines of Goddesses. Mother Kali came out of this rock like a 12-year-old girl. The power of the instruments helped the mother. The surrounding people say that even today, every year, during the Dussehra, this stone gets drops of blood. Kalimath is the only temple situated in Rudraprayag of Uttarakhand, in which the grand temple of Mahakali, Mahalakshmi, and Mahasaraswati is established. King Rudrasul established here several inscriptions that describe the glory of the temple in Brahmi script.

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