Ambika Kalna is a Bhagirathi-Hooghly River (Ganges River) cruise port and town in Bardhaman (West Bengal state, India), with population around 60,000. The town is named after Goddess Kali (Maa Ambika) and has numerous historical monuments, including 108 Shiva temples.
- Sri Gauranga Mandir temple complex houses the manuscripts and personal belongings of Sri Chaitanya. Siddheshwari Temple is dedicated to Debi Ambika.
- Krishna Chandra Mandir has 25 steeples and features terracotta walls (with epical scenes).
- Projapoti Bari features a large butterfly emblem on top.
- Gopalbari Mandir consists of 25 steeplesand many Terracotta ornamented on the walls of its temples.