Kala Rama Temple
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Shilpa’s Food Lounge
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Kala Rama Temple information
The city’s holiest shrine dates back to 1794 and contains unusual black-stone representations of Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Legend has it that it occupies the site where Lakshmana sliced off Surpanakha’s nose.