Charma Munda Devi
The place of worship is open from 05.30 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. and from 04.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. Mangala Aarti is performed at 05.45 a.m., Bhog Aarti at 10.00 a.m., evening aarti at 07.30 p.m. and Shayan Aarti at 10.00 p.m.
The temple is built in the North Indian Nagara style, which is characterized by a square-shaped sanctum and a curved shikhara or tower above it. The tower is made of red sandstone and features intricate carvings of Hindu deities. The temple's entrance is adorned with beautiful carvings and designs that depict scenes from Hindu scriptures.
According to Kashi Khand, Chapter 70, in Tarkeshwar Teerth, devotees can find Charma Munda Devi. The Devi is visualised as a huge figure trying to swallow the entire galaxy. She is described holding skull and knife in her hand with thousand shoulders. Her hands are very huge.
She destroys all the evil forces and the enemies of the Holy place are chewed by her in her mouth. Devotees who worship Charma Munda Devi will not face any obstacles in their religious life.
The temple also houses Maha Munda Devi (Maha Runda) which has reference in Kashi Khand, Chapter 70