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Pay your respects at the temples

More temples than you can count

After being one of the most accessible state in the North-east, Assam attracts close to 46 lakh tourists every year. It therefore goes without saying that there is a lot of heritage that is waiting to be explored in this scenic state. Although there is quite a few churches and mosques, temples are the main attraction in town. Here are our top picks.

Kamakhya Temple: An ancient Shakti Peeth in Guwahati, the Kamakhya Temple is one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimages in India. It is dedicated to the ten Mahavidyas, and is perched on top of the Nilachal Hills and overlooks the Brahmaputra river, making it a truly scenic and fulfilling experience. It is today one of the main Shakti peeths in India, and although the temple was initially destroyed by invaders, it was later rebuilt by King Nara Narayan, during the 17th century.

Inside the temple, there are beautiful sculptures of various goddess. The idols are the only extravagant touch here; the rest of the monastery is a study in aesthetic understatement.

Navagraha Temple: Located near Assam, the Navagraha Temple is situated on the Chitrachal hills. Devoted to the nine major celestial bodies or Grahas of Hindu astronomy, there are nine Shivalingams enshrined in the temple, dedicated to each celestial body including sun, moon, Mercury, Jupiter among others. In ancient times, this temple used as a centre to study both astronomy and astrology. Built by King Rajeswar Singha in the late 18th century, it has been renovated multiple times.

Umananda Temple: Built in 1594, the Umananda Temple was constructed by the Ahom King of Assam in 1594. Devoted to Lord Shiva, this temple was built on the Peacock Island, which is a riverine island and can be accessed only by boat. While boat services are available from Kachari ghat, you can also take a ferry service that is generally available during the day. During the Hindu festival of Shivratri, devotees from all parts of Assam and other parts of India come to this place to pay homage to Lord Shiva.

The most striking feature of this temple is the multiple figures of Hindu gods and goddess that are engraved on its rock walls. These are a true testimony to the high skill and expertise of the artisans of the state. Other temples that are located near the Umanada temple include Kamakhya Temple, Bhubaneshwari Temple, Shiva Temple, Navagraha Temple (the Temple of nine planets) among others.

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