Watch: The Unknown Story Of A Kali Temple In Kolkata That Has Noodles For Prasad!

Posted on October 1, 2016 in Video

By 101 India

John Cheng is the caretaker of a unique temple to the Goddess Kali in the heart of Kolkata’s Tangra area. The area is also known as India’s very own Chinatown, with its unique symbols of cross-cultural assimilation. Formerly a Buddhist, John Cheng now considers himself a Chinese Hindu, and is the third generation caretaker of the temple. Together with the locals from the community, the temple acts as a melting pot for the Indian and Chinese.

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