Bhadrakali Temple (भद्रकाली मन्दिर) is a temple on the East of Pokhara in Kundahar, atop a small hill. It is dedicated to the Goddess Kali. Founded in the year 1817, the temple shrines the Hindu goddess of power and strength. Bhadrakali or Durga covers an area of 135 Ropanies. There are two ways to reach atop: the eastern way has 292 steps to reach the temple while traversing from the southern part is only 265 steps. In the year 1817, the temple was previously known as “Mudulo Thumpko.” Currently, the temple stands at 230 feet above sea level, and it is surrounded by greenery, which give it a “peaceful environment.”
This temple came about when the Goddess “Bhadrakali” told the Priest to dig into the hill; there they found the statue of the Goddess. Since then, it has been worshipped as “BhadraKali.