About the walk

The temple devoted to Kamakhya, ‘the bleeding goddess’, is one of the oldest amongst the 51 Shakti Peethas. It is believed to be one of the most powerful temples in India. Situated on Nilachal hill in the western part of Guwahati, the site is the abode of the Mahavidyas (wisdom goddesses) of Shaktism. The sacred landscape of Kamakhya holds tremendous beauty and grandeur, both historically and architecturally. It remains one of the most important Hindu pilgrimage sites in the world.

So, let’s take a walk through the Kamakhya temple and explore the hidden beauty and significance of this pious wonder of North East India.

 

This guided tour is free.

Walk Time
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Walk Date
Meeting Time
07:45 am
Kamakhya - An Architectural Trail Through the Sacred Landscape
In Association with
Royal Global University
Saturday
25 May

Walk Leader

Disha Jain & Anurag K. Das
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Duration

08:00 am - 10:30 am

Meeting Time07:45 am

Meeting Point

Vishwakarma Mandir, Kamakhya Gate

MediumAssamese, English, Hindi

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About the Walk

The temple devoted to Kamakhya, ‘the bleeding goddess’, is one of the oldest amongst the 51 Shakti Peethas. It is believed to be one of the most powerful temples in India. Situated on Nilachal hill in the western part of Guwahati, the site is the abode of the Mahavidyas (wisdom goddesses) of Shaktism. The sacred landscape of Kamakhya holds tremendous beauty and grandeur, both historically and architecturally. It remains one of the most important Hindu pilgrimage sites in the world.

So, let’s take a walk through the Kamakhya temple and explore the hidden beauty and significance of this pious wonder of North East India.

 

This guided tour is free.

Please Note

Walk led by- Anurag K. Das and Disha Jain, Students of Royal School of Architecture

  • Parking is available at the meeting point.
  • No entry fee.
  • Link to the meeting point - https://goo.gl/maps/ehxFWT12DVJywJ4N9  
  • This is purely an architectural heritage walk and not a pilgrim walk.
  • Photography is allowed, except inside the temple's sanctum.
  • Since we shall be visiting religious spaces, please dress accordingly.
  • Please wear comfortable footwear and carry drinking water.

Nearest Metro/Bus Station

Bhootnath

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