- 5% GST
- All meals.
- Hotel accommodation
- Puja with VIP Darshan and Puja Samagri
- All transportation and sightseeing
- Train / Air tickets
- Any personal expenses
Breakfast at Shaktigarh : 5 Pcs Puri and Sabji.
Lunch : Rice , Dal ,Two Type of vegetable curry and Chatni / Dahi & Papad.
Dinner : Roti, Sabji, Sweet OR Rice, Dal, Sabji and Sweet.
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MAA TARA TEMPLE
Tarapith Temple is situated on the banks of the north flowing Dwarka River, Birbhum, some 225 kms from Kolkata, West Bengal. Tarapith Temple is regarded as one of the Mahapeeths and extremely holy place for all Hindus. It is believed that the eyeball of Sati fell down at Tarapith. In Bengali, the eye ball is called ‘Tara’ and that is why the name of the village was changed from the earlier Chandipur to Tarapith. Tarapith Temple is quite renowned for being one of the few temples where tantric rituals of Hinduism are followed. Dedicated to Goddess Tara, a fearsome incarnation of the Divine Mother, this is the most important center for Tantrik worship in India. The Temple is symbolic of Shiva’s destructive aspect in the form of Kali. Her bloodlust is said to be assuaged by an animal sacrifice each morning in the temple premises and the blood is offered to satisfy her. In Hinduism, Maa Tara is the second of the Dasa (ten) Mahavidyas or “Great Wisdom [goddesses]”.
Here Tara means “Star” because eye ball of Devi Sati fell here. She is also known as Kalika, Ugra-kali, Mahakali and Bhadra-kali. She is the tantric manifestation of Durga or Mahadevi, Kali, or Parvati.