Sri Shakti Temple is situated in Bukit Rotan, Kuala Selangor. It was constructed strictly on accordance with ancient scriptures such as Vedas, Agamas and Sirpa (architectural) Sastras. It is recognized as an outstanding example of Hindu Sirpa Sastras (architectural scriptures). The temple took four year to completely build, it is reported to be the only temple in the world which has the manifestations of all 51 Shaktis are installed and consciously interspersed within this space are 96 carved pillars that depict the 96 universal principles of Hinduism.
Sri Shakti Temple main entrance features 18-foot high sculptured granite frameworks weighing up to 4 tonnes that were sculptured by experts craftsmen from Mahabalipuram, Tamilnadu, India. Also, it features a 13-foot decorated wall and a five-tier, 74-foot tall Rajagopuram.
This temple incorporates all the structures that constitute a proper Devi Temple according to our Agamas. Other unique elements include a strikingly conceived island, which has adopted a rare sculptural technique known as Thundu Pattirippu Pathroba Pathram.
Monday – Sunday
5:30A.M. – 12:30P.M. and 4:30P.M. – 9:30P.M.
[Update: 8 August 2021]