Not far from Parphing is a temple dedicated to the goddess Kali, Shiva’s wife. Sensitive souls refrain. Kali is thirsty for blood and to satisfy his desires, every Saturday and Tuesday, the faithful come to sacrifice hulls, ducks, goats, rams, pigs, buffaloes in an uninterrupted procession. The animals have their throats slit, then the blood is spilled. The ceremony can be shocking as the officiants flounder in the blood.
The non-Hindu visitor will not be able to penetrate inside the sacred place, however, from the outside of the wireframe one will not miss to be able to observe the sacrifices.0