Category: Information

  • Rules for entry into Kamakhya Temple during COVID-19 pandemic

    Kamakhya Temple would re-open for devotees on September 24th, 2020 after a gap of nearly 6 months. The Kamrup district administration has allowed Kamakhya temple authorities to re-open the temple amid severe restrictions and limitations. The temple was closed in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As per records, the temple was closed for devotees […]

  • 2014 Ambubachi Puja and Mela at Kamakhya Temple

    The Ambubachi Puja at Kamakhya Temple would be held from June 22 to June 26. A Mela is held every year during the period of Ambubachi Puja, during which lakhs of devotees gather at the temple. It is also known as Ambubasi festival. The Ambubachi Puja marks the yearly menstruation course of mother Kamakhya. It […]

  • Prashanti Lodge

    Prashanti Lodge or Lalita Kanta Yatri Niwas is located on Guwahati Kamakhya Road and is at a mere 10 minutes walking distance from the Main Temple at Kamakhya. It is operated by Assam Tourism Development Corporation. Facilities: It has the most beautiful and picturesque surroundings among all the lodges at Kamakhya Dham. Rooms have attached […]

  • Accommodation near Kamakhya Temple

    The Accommodation at Nilachal Hills, where  Kamakhya Temple is located, is available mainly in the form of Lodges, Guest Houses and Homestays with local priests. A Temple Run Guest House is also available. Luxury Hotels are available down at Guwahati, which is well connected by regular Buses, Autorickshaws and Taxis. A Tourist Home named Lalita […]

  • Budget Hotels near Kamakhya Temple

    Literally, there are no Budget Hotels on Nilachal Hills where Kamakhya Temple is located. The Accommodation is mainly in the form of Lodges, Guest Houses and Homestays arranged by local priests. If you are seriously looking for Budget Hotels, you can search for one in Guwahati City. Below are few Lodges near Kamakhya Temple 1. […]

  • The Daily Rituals at Kamakhya Temple

    Bells inside Kamakhya Temple

    Several Rituals are performed daily at Kamakhya Temple, Guwahati Assam. These practices are however slightly modified during festivals and special Pujas. 5:30 AM Snana of the Pithasthana. 6:00 AM Nitya puja. 8:00 AM Temple door open for devotees. 1:00 PM Temple door closed for cooked offerings to the goddess followed by distribution among the devotees. […]

  • Weather and Climate at Kamakhya Temple

    View of Hills from Kamakhya Temple

    The climate in and around Kamakhya Temple Guwahati is humid subtropical. Summers last here from April to May, monsoons from June to September and winters from October to March. Temperatures here approximately range between 19°C and 26°C. 161.3 cm is the average yearly precipitation level here. Humidity is more than 80/90% often. Annual Rainfall : […]

  • Resorts near Kamakhya Temple

    There are several Resorts located in the vicinity of Kamakhya Temple at Guwahati Assam. Most of these resorts are within 10km radius of the temple. Brahmaputra Jungle Resort Near Tapesia National Games Stadium, Tapesia, NH – 37 Sonapur Circle, District: Kamrup (Metro) Assam, India Mobile: +91-94351-44216, +9197060-99375/379 Web: www.brahmaputraresort.in Email: [email protected] Just 14 kms from […]

  • Festivals at Kamakhya Temple

    Several Festivals are celebrated inside Kamakhya Temple which attracts lakhs of Visitors. Prominent among them are Ambubachi Mela, Durga Puja and Manasha Puja. Durga Puja is held during October-November every year at Kamakhya Temple. This is a Five Day Festival which attracts several thousands of visitors. Ambubachi Mela is held in July every year. This […]

  • Darshan Timings of Kamakhya Temple

    The General Darshan Timings of Kamakhya Temple at Guwahati (Assam) are as follows. On Special Occasions, like Durga Puja, the timings are modified. 5:30 AM – Snana of the Pithasthana. 6:00 AM – Nitya puja. 8:00 AM – Temple door open for devotees. 1:00 PM – Temple door closed for cooked offerings to the goddess […]