India is the land of precious and mysterious historical places; Temples are counted among the richest archeological properties here. Though there is no dearth of beautiful, magnificent temples in India, but Kamakhya Temple is one of the most popular temples known as Kamrupa in Guwahati, Assam, this famous pilgrimage is known for the bleeding deity. The exact location of the temple is on the Nilachah hill, which is about 8 km from the railway station. The temple is dedicated to the Tantric Goddess (a form of Goddess Shakti). In addition to the main idol of the bleeding goddess, 10 other forms of Goddess Kali are in the compound, like Bagola, Bhairavi, Bhubaneswarwari, Dhumavati, Matangi, Tara, Kamala, Chinnamasta and Tripura Sundari.

 

History of Kamakhya Temple

The origin of the temple is filled with interesting stories. Once Sati’s father invites him to a grand yagya program, according to mythological stories related to the history of Kamakhya devi temple. Sati (another name of Goddess Shakti) wanted to go to that yagya program, but her husband Lord Shiva refused to go there.Then, Sati took part in the great sacrifice of her father with her husband. When Sati went there, her father insulted her husband, due to which Sati became so angry and she jumped into the sacred fire of sacrifice and killed herself.

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Shiva was very mad with anger when he came to know that his beloved wife killed himself. He took Sati’s dead body to his shoulders and ran away here and there in the madness of losing his love. He danced the tandav which is known as the dance of destruction. When Lord Vishnu saw Lord Shiva very disturbed, he cut the body of Sati with his cycle in 108 parts and the bodies of those bodies were scattered in different areas of the earth.The Kamakhya temple is considered to be the place where Sati’s womb and part of the vagina fell. And this is the reason; The temple is installed as a symbol of fertility and strength of women.

According to another legend of the Kamakhya temple, there was a romantic encounter in place of Sati and Lord Shiva, where the Kamakhya temple was located. So, this place is worshiped as a symbol of love and romance. People also say that once Lord Kamadeva, Lord Shiva of lust and romance had cursed that he would no longer enjoy his romantic powers.When Kamadeva demanded the vaginal portion of Sati in place of Kamakhya temple, then his powers came back and he was free from the curse. This is the reason that Goddess has been given the name Kamakhya. These stories are the basis of this wonderful temple history.

 

Architecture of Kamakhya temple

The present structure of the Kamakhya temple is composed of the Ahom kings with the remains of the Koich temple. Since those residues were preserved very carefully, so they were used in a beautiful way to build this new temple. The destruction of the temple took place in the middle of the 2nd millennium and was rebuilt in 1565 by the Chilrai, the Coach Dynasty.Like all other medieval temples, the temple was designed in the same style, in which the summit was like a bee. This is a special feature of Assam; The panels of the temple have been designed with delightful images of Lord Ganesha and other Hindu deities.

 

There are three main rooms in the temple, in which the walls of all the rooms are the statues of Lord Narayana. The western chamber has not been opened for the common pilgrims. There is a small statue of Goddess in the middle room. The central chamber leads to a cave like a cave, which wears the vaginal-shaped cleft from the stone. An underground spring flows beneath this land.

 

Kamakhya Devi temple architecture is famous for its design of the beautiful, which resembles the Sun Temple of Tezpur. The architectural style of this part of the temple has been adopted from the central Indian temples. There are columns with optional sun paneled designs. From inside, Garbhagrah is dark and small, which can be reached through the narrow standing steps of the stone. In the shape of the valves of stones, the goddess of depression is worshiped as Kamakhya and is known as one of the most important 51 Shakti Peeths. There are other temples in the premises which are the only statue of Goddess in the womb; A wolf-shaped stone full of underground water spring.

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What is inside the Kamakhya temple?

There is a systematic system inside the structure in the holy temple everywhere. Prasad inside the Kamakhya temple, there are different sites for lighting and coconut breakers. Shops are available to buy offerings near temples. The main structure inside the temple is Gadhbhrah, which is nothing but holy and holy except for the vagina-shaped stones. There is no image or idol of Goddess.It is difficult to see anything inside the temple because only 2 or 3 lamps are in the light. Special prayers and prayers are done by Panda in the temple.

 

Kamakhya Temple Menstrual Kamakhya Godess

The Kamakhya temple is considered to be a woman’s strength and natural body science. Goddess is bleeding, it is called goddess or goddess menstruation because in the month of Ashda (June) the Goddess automatically starts menstruation. The proof of this menstrual cycle is that the underground spring water becomes red under the shape of the valve-shaped stones in the womb. This menstrual process lasts for three days and the temple priest does not allow anyone to enter the temple.This means that the Goddess is not allowed to worship during those three days. Pilgrims are allowed to dip their handkerchief just in the ‘red’ water of spring, which comes out from the sanctum through a narrow stream. The worshipers reserve the ‘Lal’ ramalas as offerings for the Goddess for good luck.

 

There is no scientific evidence that the red color of spring water is due to blood. Many people believe that the red color of the water is caused by the mixed virimilian by the priest. Therefore, there is no evidence of Goddess’s menstruation, but this process is seen with great respect by the worshipers of the Goddess. After all, it is a symbol of the power of every woman in the world.On this occasion, a grand festival is celebrated in the temple which is named Ambubas. During the three days of ‘Goddess’ menstruation, the doors of the temple are closed and on the fourth day, a big festival is celebrated when the door is opened.

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Introduction of Kamakhya Devi Temple Black Magic Removal Worship

This temple is famous for a special pooja which is used to remove black magic. This special pooja performed by the sages and aghoris living in the temple includes some rituals which cure people suffering from dark magic problems. The saints who worship the magic of black magic can be found anywhere on the basis of the temple.Since ancient times, this temple is dedicated to the special work of black magic removal (Kamrup) worship and it is known as the place of Tantricity. It is said that this temple is the only place where all 10 colleges live together.

 

How does Kamakhya devi Worship run?

The worship of Kamakhya devi runs for nine days in Navaratri and all important rituals are performed behind the door. Various types of sacrifices like goats, pigeons, fish, gourd, pumpkin, buffalo are made during Kamakhya devi puja. To fulfill the ancient times of this worship, the human model made of flour is also discarded.Another important ritual of the temple is the Pohan jivas. This is nothing but the symbolic marriage of Lord God and Kameshwari. This practice is done in the month of Pusa. There are four notable Pooja Durgadel, Vasanti, Madendul and Manas Pooja of the temple. The first three worship occurs during the month of Falguna and Chaitra while the last pooja is in Shravana.

 

How to Kamakhya Devi temple reach?

To learn more about the timetable of worship and sadhana, you can visit the Kamakhya Temple official website. This temple is located 6 km from the Guwahati railway station. After reaching the station from the train, you can rent a taxi to reach the temple. While the temple is situated 20 km away from the Guwahati Airport; After reaching the airport you can book a book already to go to the temple.

 

What is the best time to visit Kamakhya Temple

The best time to visit Kamakhya Temple is June when you can enjoy the famous Ambuvashi festival and get Kamia vermilion. Kamchya Temple VIP pass and Kamakhya Devi Darshan Tickets are possible online or in the temple from the counter.

Additional facts about the Kamakhya temple

Being an ideal destination for those who want to take great time to explore the country’s historical and spiritual wealth, thousands of tourists are attracted every year in the facts of the Kamakhya temple. An excellent combination of rejuvenation designs, attractive sculptures, and the adventures of adventure separates this temple from others; This is why foreign tourists also like to include this place on their list of Indian sites.