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Goddess Kali

Temple History

Dimapur Kalibari is a Hindu temple dedicated to the Goddess Kali in the town of Dimapur in Nagaland state of India. The temple was built in 1956. Kalibari Temple is a 17th century temple which is situated 27 km from Agartala, on a hill overlooking the Kamalasagar Lake. This is the reason it is also called the Kamalasagar Kali Temple. Kamalasagar Lake is a huge lake near the border of Bangladesh. According to legend, the lake was excavated in the 15th century by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya. The deity in the temple which is made of sandstone is similar to that of Durga but is primarily worshipped in the form of Kali.

 

Additional Information

Dussehra is the mostly celebrated festival here

From Dimapur Airport the Kalibari temple is 7.8 km and from Dimapur railway station it is 550m. From Dimapur Bus Stand Kalibari is 1.4 km and from N.S.T. Bus Station it is 550m
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