Kamakhya Shatipeeth, one of the 51 Shaktipeeths, is very famous and miraculous. The temple of Kamakhya Devi is considered to be the stronghold of Aghoris and Tantriks. This Shaktipeeth, located about 7 kilometers from the capital of Assam, Dispur, is 10 kilometers from Nilanchal Parbat.
Kamakhya Shaktipeeth, one of the 51 Shaktipeeths, is very famous and miraculous. The temple of Kamakhya Devi is considered to be the stronghold of Aghoris and Tantriks. This Shaktipeeth, located about 7 km away from Dispur, the capital of Assam, is 10 km away from Nilanchal Parbat. Kamakhya Temple is considered to be the Mahapeeth of all the Shaktipeeths.
No statue or picture
You will not see any idol or picture of Goddess Durga or Maa Ambe in this temple. Rather, there is a pool in the temple which is always covered with flowers. Water always flows out of this pool. The goddess’s vagina is worshiped in this temple full of miracles and due to the presence of the yoni part here, the mother also menstruates here. Let us tell you many other interesting information related to the temple.
Why this Shaktipeeth was named Kamakhya
According to the temple religion Puranas, it is believed that this Shaktipeeth got its name as Kamakhya because at this place Lord Vishnu (Vishnu Bhagwan) gave his 51 parts of Mata Sati were done from the chakra, where this part fell, a Shaktipeeth of the mother was formed and at this place the mother’s yoni had fallen, which is a very powerful peeth today. Although there is an influx of devotees throughout the year, but Durga Puja, Pohan Biya, Durgadeul, Vasanti Puja, Madanadeul, Ambuvasi and Manasa Puja This temple has a different importance on (Manasa Puja), due to which lakhs of devotees reach here in these days.
Why was the water of Brahmaputra red?
Every year during the Ambubachi Mela, the water of the nearby Brahmaputra turns red for three days. This red color of water is due to the menstruation of Goddess Kamakhya. Then after three days, a crowd of devotees throng the temple here for darshan.
Let us tell you that very strange prasad is given to the devotees in the temple. Unlike other Shaktipeeths, red colored wet cloth is given as prasad in Kamakhya Devi temple.
It is said that when the mother is menstruating for three days, a white cloth is spread inside the temple. After three days, when the doors of the temple are opened, then that cloth is soaked in red color from the raj of the mother. This cloth is called Ambuvachi cloth. This is given to the devotees as prasad.
Kanya Poojan and Bhandara are done here to fulfill the wishes. Along with this, animals are sacrificed here. But here female animals are not sacrificed.
Kamakhya Mata is the most important goddess of Tantriks after Kali and Tripura Sundari Devi. Kamakhya Devi is worshiped as the new bride of Lord Shiva, the one who accepts liberation and fulfills all desires.
Every devotee who comes to the temple premises with his wish gets fulfilled. In a temple adjacent to this temple, you will find an idol of the mother. Which is called Kamadeva Temple.
It is believed that the tantriks here are also capable of warding off evil forces. However, he uses his powers with great care. The tantriks and sages of Kamakhya are capable of performing miracles. Many people go on pilgrimage to Kamakhya for marriage, children, wealth and other wishes.
Kamakhya temple is made in three parts. The first part is the largest, in which not every person is allowed to go, while in the second part there is a vision of the mother, where water keeps coming out of a stone all the time. It is believed that the mother gets menstruated on three days of the month. The doors of the temple remain closed for these three days. After three days, the doors of the temple are opened again with great pomp.
This place is considered to be the most important place for Tantra Sadhana. There is an influx of Sadhus and Aghoris. Black magic is also done here in large quantities. If a person is suffering from black magic then he can come here and get rid of this problem.