Khatushyam After the Mahabharata battle, Barbarika’s head (Sheesh) was buried in the village ( Khatu ) in Sikar District . The location was obscured until well after the Kaliyuga period began. Then, on one time, milk started flowing suddenly out of a cow’s udder when she neared the burial spot. surprised at this incident, the local villagers dug the spot the buried head of Barbarik was discovered.

Shakambari Devi


Shakambhari Devi is situated in Sakarai Dham, which is near Udaipur Wati (Sikar) in Rajasthan. The idols here are of Brahmani and Rudrani. Both the idols are lion riding goddesses inthe posture of killing Mahishasura. They both are eight armed. Their faces are Vermillion pasted. The only difference between the two is of the stone. That of Brahmani is made of marble while that of Rudrani is made of locally available medstone.