won universal acclaim by the unparalleled heroism displayed by valorous Rajput
princes, who placed honour and self dignity above riches and precious life.
Immolation and scarifies were very common and they consider them as the special
prerogatives of their race. Turn the pages of Rajput history of any period you
will see them embracing death by suicide smilingly before their house hold deity
Kalimata. The ladies far surpassed them, when their honour end modesty was
as a glowing testimony, as it were, there is a temple built in the burial ground
and the goddess they installed is Kali and she is appropriately called Smashan
Kali. During Muslim invasion of their palaces and attempts were made to destroy
this highly venerated place of worship, many gallant youngsters and courageous
warriors fought against the invaders with inimitable and unforgettable bravery
many times. And successfully repelled the mlechas, but when victory eluded their
grasp, they committed suicide here in this place The temple though small,
exhibits Rajput architectural pattern and marble is lavishly used.