Sri Shakti Temple in Bukit Rotan, Kuala Selangor was constructed strictly in accordance with our ancient scriptures such as the Vedas, Agamas and Sirpa (architectural) Sastras. It is recognized as an outstanding example of Hindu Sirpa Sastras (architectural scriptures). The temple was built by the finest craftsmen from India and features a 13-foot decorated wall and a five-tier, 74-foot tall Rajagopuram. This temple incorporates all the structures that constitute a proper Devi Temple according to our Agamas. Other unique elements include a strikingly conceived island, which has adopted a rare sculptural technique known as Thundu Pattirippu Pathroba Pathram.