Kamakhya Temple is located high uphill known as Kamagiri or Neelachal Parbat in Guwahati is 1 of its numerous pious landmarks that speaks volume regarding the affluent past fortune over which Assam is placed. This sanctified temple placed in the centre point of the state holds a significant approach in the eyes of the devotees. This temple was constructed in respect to Goddess Sati or Kamakhya who is believed to be 1 of the manifestation of Goddess Sati or Goddess Durga.
The place of worship is located a few kms from the Railway station of Guwahati and is thronged by devotees all around the year. (King Nara Narayana)of Cooch Behar had constructed this place of worship in the year 1665.The place of worship comprises of 7 oval spires each peaked by 3 golden colored pitchers ,also the entry coiled downward to a curved trail of a few distance that specially connects to the Kamakhya Temple. A number of sculpted boards of the place of worship bear portrayal of Goddesses and Gods related to the Hindu Religion engraved in an enchanting pattern. You will spot many Pigeons, Tortoises and Monkeys loitering in the premises of the temple as the temple is meant to be their dwelling place. The enigmatic and nonviolent atmosphere of the place of worship coalesces together to appease the mind of the devotees and take to journey of internal salvation.
With the complete picturesque locale and enigmatic splendor, Kamakhya Temple, truly is 1 of the outstanding structures, not only famous in the state of Assam, but all across the country.