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Kamakhya Devi

Kamakhya Devi

 

 

Kamakhya Devi is one of the popular Hindu religious goddesses and her temple is situated on the top of the Nilachal Hill of the Guwahati. According to our mythology Mata Sati’s Yoni is worshipped in this temple. Devi Kamakhya is the symbol of the female strength and energy and she fulfills all the desires of her devotees.

 

There are 51 Sakti peeths situated in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and in Nepal but among all Mata Kamakhya is more popular and she receives high regards from tantriks as she is known as the goddess of tantras.

 

 

 

Pujas are observed in Kamakhya temple:

 

Mainly eight types of Pujas are observed in Kamakhya temple.

 

  • Durga: One of the popular Pujas and this festival is observed for nine days and rituals related to this Puja are performed secretly.
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  • Pohan Biya: This is for the symbolic marriage between lord kameshwar and goddess kameshwari and is observed in the month of Pusa.
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  • Ambhuwasi: This festival is believed for the menstrual period of Goddess Kamakhya.
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  • Durgadeul, Vasanti, Mdandeul, Ambhuwasi and Mansa Puja: These festivals are observed in the Kamakhya temple in the months of Phalguna, Chaitra and in Sarvana.
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Different festivals are observed in Kamakhya temple to show different perspectives of Mata Kamakhya and to get her blessing.

 

 

Prasad of Kamakhya Temple

 

Kamakhya Devi prasad is considered very powerful and it is believed that it resolves marital conflicts and builds peaceful and healthy relationship between husband and wife. Kamakhya Devi prasad usually comes with Kamakhya sindur, kamakhya photo and sweets (peda).

 

Even rice, vegetables and meat are also available as prasad in temple premises those are offered to visitors. Devotees, who have visited Kamakhya temple, have experienced the blessing of Mata kamakhya and have benefited by her valuable prasads.