(Last Updated on : 27-11-2015)
Fullara is a temple-town near Labhpur
in Birbhum-Murshidabad in India.
Location of Fullara
Fullara is near Labhpur and is about 30 km from Shantiniketan
in Birbhum District
of West Bengal
. From Fullara, one could also come here from Kankalitala Temple
, which is about 19 kms.
Mythology of Fullara
According to the Hindu mythology that was developed in mythological era of Bengal, when Mahadeva or Lord Shiva danced around with Satis dead body cutting it to pieces, the lip fell at Fullara. The old temple has been destroyed and a new temple has been built. Only some broken pillars of the old temple remain. There is a big pond beside the temple. Once Lord Hanuman
collected 108 blue lotuses from the pond when Sri Ramachandra required them for worshipping Goddess Durga
. It is considered to be one of the fifty-one shakti peethas in India.
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