After the asura samhara, she made this dark cave her permanent
home. And lived ever after carefree, enjoying the divine serenity hovering over,
helping the meditation uninterrupted. But decided to lifting her children by
conferring boons, and relieving from the clutches of grief. And lastly releasing from the cycle of births and deaths. So, one nigh stood in her
compassionate form, in dream, before a pious Brahmin and revealed her pious
intention. And also the fact of her taking seat in Trikut Parvat. The devout
saw then in a flash three rock cut images of the Goddesses Kali, Lakshmi and
Saraswathi on the walls of a cave. He determined forth with to locate that cave whose walls are embossed with the images
adorable Goddess for prayers. He started his quest taking his daughter with him.
They wandered days and nights non-stop for days peering at the walls of every
cave. Their long indefatigable search at last took them to an area untread by
human so far. When continued till the end of a slope, they found suddenly a
brilliant light in front - an unusual radiance at that place, and at that hour,
miraculously at it. They proceeded in that direction like the three wise men of
East journeying to Bethelhem at the birth of Jesus, the compassionate.