We all know very well that Hinduism is world’s no1 biggest religion. Shamshan Kali ancient temple of nehru place delhi is world famous. Shri Bhariav Temple is very closer from here. This Hinduism temple also known as Kalka Ji, Jayanti Peetha, Manokamna Siddha Peetha. Nehru Place bus terminus is closer. If you want to reach here by train then Okhla railway station is closer.
According to Hinduism, it is believed to be the holy shrine where one gets the blessings of Maa Kalika Devi for the fulfilment of one’s desires. Close to the temple, on a hill in the east of Kailash neighbourhood and near the ISKCON temple, lies an Edict of Ashoka, dating from the 3rd century BC.
Hinduism is world largest no1 oldest religion. Some practitioners and scholars refer to it as Sanātana Dharma. Hindu texts are classified into Śruti and Smṛti. Major scriptures include the Vedas and Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita, and the Agamas. Since the 1990s, influences and its outcomes have been the topic of debate among scholars of Hinduism, and have also been taken over by critics of the Western view on India.
In Hinduism mahakali worship takes very important part. She is one of 10 maha vidya’s. She is the supreme being goddess in the shaktism sect of Hinduism. Mahaklai is the owner of entire universe. She explained herself, in the words of the Vedas, as having neither beginning nor end. She is the only, eternal truth.
The whole universe is her creation; it is believed in Hinduism. She is the only victor and the manifestation of victory itself. She then displayed her scarcely seen form to him: Satyaloka was located in her forehead; the created universe were her hairs; the sun and moon were her eyes; in her ears were the four directions; the Vedas were her words; death, affection and emotion were her teeth; maya was manifested by her smile. In this interpretation Mahakali represents Tamas or the force of inertia.