Built by Rani Rasmani of north Calcutta in the 19th century on
the bank of Ganges, north east of Calcutta.
It is here that Sri Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsadeva,
the renowned spiritual personality and the guru of Swami Lord Vivekananda, had worshipped Kali,
the Divine Mother, and did his sadhana at the Panchavati Garden
adjacent to the temple.
Here is a 60 second WAV
file recording of a sloka from Soundarya Lahari a prelude to the Telegu song
Vinayakuniwhich implores in all humility "Mother, like the moonshine that falls
both on the deserving palatial terraces and the undeserving shrubs of the forest,
let Your grace pour on me too, however undeserving I am"
Sloka by Shrimati M. S. Subbulakshmi____