And lo! he heard sounds from unknown place - "Stop, Stop". It was the Mother's
voice and she did not like desecretion of that holy spot. Disregarding the aerial voice, he continued
to meet his death in a short period of five days. It caused tremors in the public
and none dared to do any damage to the ruined shrine. Even before this, Tularam's
effort, the then owner Raja Sate Lakshmana Das endeavoured to build to temple and
install the image of his choice after demolishing the temple. He too could not due
to mysterious reasons. Every time, he tried, courted a failure. Hence selling it
to Tularam, Knowing stores in circulation many yogis and god-men visited a
realised the power of Kankali Devi. They advised not to anything to the temple.
The archeological Department also tried its hand to unearth the hidden icons by
tilling and digging They found nothing and so withdrew from the scene. But
recently three idols identified as Kankali, Maha Durga and Simhasardul were found
and they only are now venerated with great devotion. As they are fulfilling the
desires of the votaries, their mahima captured the fancy and roused devotional
instincts of people living far also. Prototype of tile images of this Kankali
Mataare worship in many paces like Lucknow, Calcutta and London too.