As per the mythology of Daksha yagna and goddess Sati’s self-immolation, “Palms of hands and soles of the feet” fell at this place. Legend of the temple says General of Maharaja Pratapaditya happened to see bright light glowing from bushes the he found its coming from a piece of stone which is in the shape of human palm. In later period Pratapaditya started worshiping goddess Kali and built a temple for Jessoreswari Kali.
Irrespective of religion thousands of devotees come to this pilgrimage and worship goddess. It is said, before 1971 there was a large rectangular platform called with the name Natmondir adjacent to the main temple. It is believed from there face of Jessoreswari Kali can be viewed directly. But as time passed away it got crumbled and only pillars got remained. Also prior to 1971, temple priest used to worship deity every day but now priests worship only on every Tuesday and Saturday at noon time. Present caretakers of temple perform Mela during the day of Kali puja every year.
Road: It is one of the best way to reach this place. First you need to reach Satkhira from Dhaka and then you can catch local autos or buses.
Note: There is not much accommodation facilities available at this place also you need to prepare yourself for your food. You don’t get much eating facilities. All you can do there is to enjoy temple architecture and nature.
Tip: During mela of Jessoreswari Kali Temple, you may have better facilities by locals.