The Kalibari Temple – Devoted to Shyamala Devi

The renowned Kalibari Temple of Shimla is a preferred vacationer destination as well as is dedicated to Goddess Kali, who is also referred to as Shyamala. This marvellous temple was built in the year 1845 and it is from the name of Goddess Shyamala, that Shimla derives its name.

History of Kali Bari:-

Dating its History back to 100 years ago, the Kali Bari temple was constructed by a Bengali Brahmin ‘Ram Charan Brahmachari’ in the vicinity of Rothney Castle on Jakhoo Hillside. It is one of the ancient old holy places of Shimla as well as includes a unique Hindu-style architecture in addition to heaven coloured wooden idol of Goddess Kali. Later on, Britishers moved the location of a temple to a new place.

It is believed that the Goddess Kali is taking care of individuals who worship the goddess with complete faith and with dedication. You can additionally look for the true blessings of her in the forms of Ma Tara, Ma Parvati, Ma Bhavani, MaKumar Sati, Ma Rudrarani, Ma Meenakshi, Maa Chamunda and Ma Himavati.