The architectural style of Bengal is reflected in the construction of the building and it is constructed in the Nav Ratna style. The temple is facing southwards and is erected on an elevated platform having stairs on its side. The height of the historical building is 100 feet. The main deity of Goddess Bhavataraini is enshrined in the inner sanctum of the temple and could be seen as standing in a vertical position over Lord Shiva’s Chest, who is lying flat and these statues are positioned on a silver lotus, which has petals numbering thousands.
While going back from the Dakshineswar Kali Temple Kolkata, we were really awed by the abundance of warmth in this place and made us realize that the next visit ought to be to another temple like the Pareshnath Jain Temple Kolkata.