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Situated around 12 km from the city,it takes you away on a spiritual and serene environment.A famous and important religious shrine of the assamese. Visitors throng this place throughout the year altough they surge up during bihu and during "badho" month.
I visited it on Ashok Purnima as a belief of Assamese tradition....a very big mustard light is there and it lights all lifetime...its flame is never off through lifetime....a very good and classic gift from the Boishnob God Mahapurush Shri Manta Sankardev...A must visit place...More
Very nice and piouse place to visit. It is established by Sri Madhabdev a great desciple of Guru Srimanta Sankardev. Having very high regards for the religion of Vaishnavites. This Namghar is having a lamp which burning sice years and it has been established by...More
The Dhekiakhowa Namghor was established by the medieval Assamese saint Madhavdev in 1461. The highlight of the place is the earthen lamp which has been burning for centuries. Unfortunately, this place no longer looks historic and attracts only locals.
Established by Shri Shri Madhab Dev the great baishanavite disciple of Shri Shri Sankardev about 500 years ago. This is a revered place for whole of Assam. People from all over in great numbers gathered during Bhadra (Aug-Sep) month. The place is well maintained.From Jorhat...More
In this holy place, Mahapurush Madavdeva lighted a lamp in 1461, which has still been lighting all glorious 550+ years, a true symbol of worship, devotion and respect to Vaishnava saint.
It become the epicenter of hundreds of people visiting this holy place during the...More
Dhekiakhowa Barnamghar is a very good religious place to visite at the month middle of August to middle of September (Assamese Vado math) in Jorhat. Established by a Vaishnava Saint Mahadeva this namghar located at outskirt of Jorhat. During this period prayer is going continously...More