Khaepa Kali Tala

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Khaepa Kali Tala is a temple situated at Malo Pada, old Katwa, near the Gouranga Baddi. Mostly a temple of Hindu Goddess Kali, this temple also comprises a number of other temples, including that of Shiva, the most important deity of Hinduism. The temple was set up in the 1970s.

Major Locations[edit]

The temple is composed of;

  • The temple of Lord Shiva
  • The temple of Bhisnu
  • The principle temple of Maa Kaali
  • The Durga Mandir
  • The Haarii Mancha

Major Festivals[edit]

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