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Early Years Of Sabarna Karunamoyee Kali Temple

According to references in history,during her return journey from pilgrimage,Rani Rashmoni saw the exquisitely beautiful temple and impressed by its abiding charm decided to build a similar temple for goddess Ma Bhabatarini at Dakshineshwar.Mcintosh Burn,an architectural and building firm of repute of that time built the existing temple of Ma Bhabatarini at Dakshineshwar in the design of the "Karunamoyee" temple.Unfortunately, the Navaratna temple(temple with nine steeples symbolizing nine jewels) was completely destroyed within 150 years of construction for want of proper care and maintenance.There is no documentary evidence or picture of the temple.But popular stories and narratives are told and heard by people down the generations.

Between the last decade of th 19th century and the first decade of the 20th century, a descendant of sree Nandadulal Roychowdhury built the temple with an eight-part roof,a photograph of which has still been carefully preserved.This temple,too,along with the six temples of Lord Shiva,began to show signs of decay with the passage of time.

During the lifetime of Shree Asit Roychowdhury,three devotees,Mr. Nagarmal Kejriwal, Mr.Shyamaprasad Todi and Mr.Nidhiram Gupta,voluntarily extended sufficient financial assistance with which the old and dilapidated temples were renovated and built anew.The idols inside,however,kept unchanged in their own form.

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