Kundeshwari, one of the prime attractions of the destination, is renowned for housing a beautiful shrine named Nava Graha Temple. Located at a distance of around 1 km from Chandi Hill, the temple was constructed in 1911 by Late Ramapada Bandopadhyay, a resident of Hoogly, West Bengal. Apart from Nava Graha, the idols of Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, Ganesh and Lakshmi-Narayan are also enshrined in the sanctum of the temple. Tourists and devotees on their way to this temple can also spend time at Kali Temple, which was built by Late Fakir Chandra Chatterjee.
Devotees visit this temple to seek fulfillment of the following:-
- Removal of ailments affecting stomach
- Cleansing of sins
- Gain strength
- Boon of fatherhood
Palasha Pushpa Sankaasham Taarakaa Graha Mastakam Rowdram Rowdraat Makam Ghoram Tam Ketum Prana Maa Myaham
Meaning -I pray to Ketu, who looks similar to the Palaasha flower, who is the head of the stars and planets, who is scary and violent.