About the Hanseswari Temple of West Bengal
Hanseswari Temple is one of the famous Hindu Temple of West Bengal. This temple of West Bengal is located at Bansberia which is very near to Kolkata and in Hooghly District of West Bengal. The location of the temple is at Bansberia town of West Bengal which is an industrial town which is located in between two major town known as Tribeni and Bandel. This Hanseswari Temple of West Bengal was built in 19th century by King Nrisinhadeb Roy Mahasay but the temple was completed by Rani Sankari who is the wife of Nrisinhadeb Roy Mahasay after his death. The main deity of Hanseswari Temple is Goddess Hanseswari who is one of the manifestation of the Hindu Goddess "Goddess Kali" who is the famous deity in all over West Bengal. The height of this Hanseswari Temple of West Bengal is about 21 meters and there are about 13 towers on this temple. The actual shape of the towers of this temple is like a lotus flower. From the construction of the Hanseswari Temple you can get the information that this temple was made for Tantrics. Because many of the design of the temple are based on the Tantric principles. The structure of the Hanseswari Temple of West Bengal tells about the structure of a Human Body. Because the five storey temple is like the five parts of our Human body, such as : Bajraksha, Ira, Chitrini, Pingala and Sushumna. There is also an another temple is situated near this Hanseswari Temple of West Bengal. The name of the temple is Ananta Basudeba temple. Also there is an another Kali temple is located which is known as the Swanbhaba Kali temple which was built by the King of that time Nrisinhadeb Roy Mahasay in the year 1788.
The nearest Railway station of Hanseswari Temple of West Bengal is Bansberia Railway Station. So any one can easily reach this famous tourist place of West Bengal and enjoy the magnificent architecture of this Hanseswari Temple of West Bengal.
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