The great son of Maa Tara, Bama Khepa (1837–1911), who was considered mad by many ate leftover food with dogs and jackals from the same leaf. He would also eat food that was meant to be offered to Maa Tara. The Brahmins of the temple, which was owned privately, were furious.
Bama Khepa was attacked. He was threatened and barred from entering the temple. “Maa Tara asks me to have the food in this manner,” said Bama Khepa. A few days later, the owner of the temple had a dream. He saw Maa Tara, hear face filled with … please click here to read more.
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