and a big tank came up one after another when the mother miracles emancipated
thousands of ardent devotees. Then came the bang of earthquake that swallowed all.
Later Maharajadhiraj Parameswar Singh of Dharbhanga,
a great devotee and a regular visitor endowed it from time to
time several items for its progress. Once a pundit who
accompanied him remarked that these deities were only the
dancers in the court of Mother Tripurasundari. He regretted later,
knowing tile glory of this Ugrasthan and settled down here
doing meditation and attending to temple activities.The Maharaja, out of extreme
devotion for tile Mother decided to
raise the glory of this Ugrasthan with several additions, among them making
yantra of the Devi topped the list. Unfortunately the workers became blind during
the process and tile king too was affected by a terrible disease. Hence there was
abrupt ending of all the expansion work. This did not deter the visitation of
devotees, nor granting of boons by the Mother. Ironically, the steady stream of
visitors mounted higher and higher day by day as their desires were getting
fulfilled to their expectation. Another factor that contributed to its rapid
growth was, this place was situated in the land of one Jagadisnandan, whose
father wad great devotee. And he did his mite for steady rise in the development
of the temple. Above all, it is very near to two other famous temples like Sri
Chandi Devi lying 25 km. off this place and Katyani Mata, at a distance of
20 km off. So this Sakti-Peetha's fame is spreading undetetrred and unblemished.
it lies 8 km. off Saharsa railway junction in tile Bhagalpur district of Bihar
state, accessible by road and rail.