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Goddess Kali is another form of Goddess Durga or Parvati.

Shree KALIMATHA (Calcutta West Bengal) temple known as Kalighat Temple situated in Calcutta is one of the 52 Sakti Peetas of India. It is situated in Alipore about 5 miles from Howrah. There is always a big crowd of devotees from all over the country to worship the Kali Mata. The poojas and other festivals of light, crackers and colorful processions connected with Navaratri celebrations are hallmarks and highlights of the festivals conducted in honor of the Goddess Kali.

 

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