|The other local
deities (Gramya Devatas) worshipped are Mansa, Chandi, Sitala, Kudra, Baram and Bhairab.
To the west of the village, there is Jogeshwar Siva and Raksha Kali, who are worshipped by
all the castes. A well-attended Siva Gajan is celebrated with eclat.
The fishermen have their Dakater Kali (Kali of the robbers) and it
is said that at one time no dacoits would go out to commit dacoites unless Dakater Kali
was worshipped. A trident represents the deity of the Dakater Kali only, which is supposed
to be planted on a number of skulls. It is said that one of the local Zamindar families
was going to be extinct, as there was no male issue.
A male child was born after the deity of Kali was devoutly
worshipped at a crematorium. The son so born was called Kali Prasad and he established the
temple of Kali at Mainapur. He was a tantrik and a writer of many Shyama Sangeets or
songs glorifying Shyama or Kali. Buddha images have also been found at Mainapur. These
images are of the Bajrajoni School. Verily the village of Mainapur is a great example of a