Dedicated to Goddess Kali the temple has the image of Mahishasurmardini which resemblance with Dasabhuja Durga. In spite of its resemblance with Goddess Durga the deity is worshipped as Kali following the Shakt tradition. Due to the presence of a Shivalinga at the feet of the deity, the Kamalasagar Kali Temple is known as 'Kalibari'. Kamalasagar. This was commissioned by Maharaja Manikya Bahadur in 15th century which was finally completed in 17th century by the local rulers.
Kamalasagar Kali Temple is a popular shrine of Agartala. Tourists who are willing to come to this temple are well connected with different modes of transport which connects the temple with the rest of the state. The nearest railway station and airport is Kumarghat and Agartala. Besides this the place is equally connected with buses and taxis. Along with this the place also has number of lodges and hotels which can provide accommodation to the tourists.
As such this is one of the most revered places of Agartala which is often visited by thousands of tourists. They not pay homage to the divine shrine of kali but also enjoy the scenic beauty of the place.
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