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Kamakhya Puja

Kamakhya Puja


Kamakhya is one of the 51 sakti peeths and most popular in India. Kamakhya Devi is more powerful as the yoni of mata Sati had fallen there and is being worshipped in Kamakhya temple. It is also believed that this place is the centre point of whole universe. Das Mahavidyas (Kali, Tara, Shodasi, Bhuvaneswari, Chhinamasta, Bhairavi, Dhumavti, Bagalamukshmi, Matangi, and Kamala) are also worshipped in Kamakhya temple complex.


The most important part of the temple is situated in a cave almost 20 feet below from the ground. There is no image in the cave; a yoni shaped cleft is worshipped there with flowers, saree, chunri, sindur and prasad. A sanctum natural spring that flows through the Yoni is considered very powerful and is believed blesses with final emancipation that is Mokshya. Tantriks are come here to achieve their desired success as Kamakhya Devi is the goddess of tantras. And a tantrik feels incomplete without visiting this temple once in life.


Pujas of Kamakhya Devi


  • Durga: This Puja is celebrated for nine days and important rituals are performed behind doors. Sacrifices that are made: Gourd, pumpkins, fish, goats, pigeons and buffaloes. Even a human size figure made of flour gets sacrificed to fulfill the old age tradition of human sacrificing.

  • Pohan Biya: It is observed in the month of Pusa as a symbolic marriage between lord kameshwar and goddess kameshwari.

  • Ambhuwasi: In this festival the temple remains closed for three days for the menstrual period of Goddess and opens with a big celebration on fourth day.

  • Durgadeul, Vasanti, Mdandeul, Ambhuwasi and Mansa Puja: These four Pujas are observed in the months of Phalguna, Chaitra and Chaitra respectively and the last one starts on Sarvana and continues till the second day of Bhadhra.




||KamakhyVaradeDeviNilparvatvasini Twam Devi Jagatam Mataryonimudre Namostute ||

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