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Evening at KaliBari, Chittaranjan Park

Finally after a year in Delhi , we got a chance to visit Kalibari at Chittaranjan Park.

The sanctum of the main temple has an idol of Goddess Ma Shyama, or Ma Kali, a form of Shakti built in the year of 1984.

There are two more temple on both side of the main temple , Shiva temple and Radha-krishna temple.

Temples are living example of rich beautiful terracotta art.Terracotta is a traditional Indian art form that has taken shape over thousands and thousands of years.

It was evening time , we sat for some time on a bench in that temple boundary waiting for the evening Aarati to start.Those 15 minutes comforted my mind, calmed me and i felt an inner happiness. A positive vibes can be felt in that pious atmosphere , I felt blessed.

Later went to food street of Chittaranjan Park that’s in Market 1 , five minute drive from temple.

If you love Bengali food than this place is heaven . I tried Bengali chicken biriyani in “Kolkata Biriyani House”which was super delicious , thanks to my friend Surupa who suggested me this place.The flavors were perfectly balanced with the right amount of spices.We also tried kolkata chicken roll which was ok type.

We moved to other side of the market to try some sweets , “Misti Doi” was the winner among all.

Before sweets i tried Puchka (panipuri) from the guy who stands near ATM , which was again so good.


While we were about to exit from CR park , i stopped at the tea-stall near the vegetable shop.

He has many varieties in tea to offer like Amla Tea, Herbal Tea and bengali “Nimbu Chai”.

One should not miss his chai for sure at Chittaranjan Park.


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