The temple of Shri Kamakshi is located in the picturesque village of Shiroda and was built in the late 16th century.
Thousands of devotees throng the temple for ‘darshan'(blessing) on every ‘Amavasya’ (New Moon Day). On this day the palanquin procession of the idol of Shri Kamakshi and Shree Laxmi Narayan is taken around the temple premises. In addition, the palanquin procession of Shri Rayeshwar is held in the temple premises on Chaturdashi or pre-New Moon Day, and that of Shri Shantadurga on Panchami or fifth day after the New Moon Day.
Besides this, the annual festivities of the temple are held during the Navratri/ Dussehra period and at the time of Jatra in spring.