Religious Guwahati

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  • Temples of Hajo

    Temples of Hajo

    The religious village of Hajo is situated on the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River. About 30 kilometres away from Guwahati, Hajo is an ancient pilgrimage centre for Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims. There are quite a few temples in Hajo and all enjoy the reverence of their devotees. Most famous ...

  • Kamakhya Temple

    Kamakhya Temple

    Nestled on the top of the beautiful Nilachal Hil, Kamakhya Temple complex consists of about 20 temples – the largest and most visited being the temple of Goddess Kamakhya. The Kamakhya temple is one of the oldest and most sacred of the 51 Shakti Pithas. The temple comprises of four ...

  • ISKCON Guwahati

    ISKCON Guwahati

    White and beautiful, the Sri Sri Rukmini Krishna Temple is situated on a hillock near Ulubari Junction. The temple is surrounded by greenery on all sides and provides a peaceful sanctuary from the dust and noise of the city. The temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and Goddess Rukmini. Inside ...

  • Uma Nanda Temple

    Uma Nanda Temple

    The Umananda Temple is one of the most sacred Hindu temples in Guwahati. The temple is located on the Peacock Island which itself is situated in the middle of the mighty Brahmaputra River. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple sees a large influx of devotees during the festival of Shivratri. ...

  • Basistha Ashram Temple

    Basistha Ashram Temple

    Situated on the banks of a small yet charming stream, the Basistha Ashram Temple is one of the most revered temples in the city of Guwahati. In the year 1764, King Rajeswar Singha of the Ahom dynasty commissioned the building of this temple. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. ...

  • Navagraha Temple

    Navagraha Temple

    As the name suggests, the Navagraha temples are dedicated to the nine major celestial bodies of Hindu astronomy. The temples are situated on the Chitrasal Hill popularly known as the Navagraha Hill. The nine temples are dedicated to Surya (Sun), Chandra (Moon), Chevaai/Mangal (Mars), Budhan (Mercury), Guru/Brihaspati (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), ...

  • Bhuvaneswari Temple

    Bhuvaneswari Temple

    Located on top of the phantasmagoric Nilachal hill, the Bhuvaneswari Temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhuvaneswari. The temple is even further above than the famous Kamakhya Temple. According to Hindu mythology, Goddess Bhuvaneswari is the queen or the feminine ruler of the universe. You can enjoy breathtaking views of the ...

  • Vashishtha Temple

    Vashishtha Temple

    The Vashishtha Temple is an integral part of the Vashishtha Ashram nestled in the scenic Sandhychal hills. The building of the temple was commissioned by the Ahom King, Raja Rajeswara. Apart from being an important pilgrimage center, the place also offers peace, serenity and scenic views. The Vashishtha temple ...

  • Ugratara Temple

    Ugratara Temple

    The Ugratara Temple is one of the most sacred and important pilgrimage centres of Assam. Dedicated to Goddess Ugra Tara (considered as another form of Goddess Parvati), the temple was constructed by King Shiva Singh of the Ahom Kingdom in 1725. On the east side of the temple, you will ...

  • Sukreswar Temple

    Sukreswar Temple

    The Sukreswar Temple id dedicated to Lord Shiva and is famous for being the abode of the sixth Jyotirlinga of India. The temple was constructed in 1744 by Ahom King Pramatta Singh. The temple is located on the Itakhuli Hill (Sukreswar hill) by the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River. ...

  • Janardana Temple

    Janardana Temple

    The Janardana Temple is nestled amongst the lush greenery of the Shukleshwar hillocks, which is near to the Shukleshwar Ghat of the Brahmaputra River. The temple is known for its architecture which is a blend of Hinduism and Buddhism. The temple houses an idol of Lord Buddha in the main ...