Kalyaneshwari temple is a temple of the Hindu goddess kali- the lady of fulfilment, loacted in Paschim Bardhaman district of West Bengal. It is about 20 kms away from Aasansol.

Kalyaneshwari temple is believed to be constructed around 500 years ago, making it one of the oldest temples of West Bengal. In the past, it was built by Maharaja Hari Gupt where human sacrifices were offered to the goddess. The present temple was reconstructed by Panchkot Raj who was the zamindar of that area. It is believed that the temple has been formed on the site where some body parts of goddess Parvati fell, when it was slashed by Lord Vishnu's sudarshan chakra. The temple has many stories but all summarises at, the goddess blessing her devotees with their wish of having a child. Rhe temple is often crowded by the women who are having fertility issues. It is very common to see women praying for a child. It is believed that a visit to Kalyaneshwari temple can be very rewarding for the unfruitful women, if they pray with all their heart. The structure of Kalyaneshwari temple is simple. The goddess inside the temple has a unique appearance as she is covered in red clothwith a small child in her left hand.

The location of the Kalyaneshwari temple is very tempting as it is surrounded by river and dense forest. It is about 7 kms from the Barakar river on the Grand Trunk Road and 1 km from recently buily by-pass road of NH 2. There is a dam named as Maithon Dam of Damodar Valley which is around 5 kms away from the temple, making it a perfect place to go on weekends with family.

The temple premise is kept clean and well maintained. There are a number of shops and stalls offering essentials for Puja as well as small restaurants and eatries offering food to the visitors. Most suitable time to visit this temple is in the morning around 6 AM - 9 AM, as it is less crowded. Kalyaneshwari temple can be visited during timings 6:00 AM - 8:00 PM everyday. Taking of photos inside the temple is strictly prohibited. There are buses available from the city of Aasansol.