Navagraha Temple, Assam

Navagraha temple in Sanskrit means Temple of nine planets which make it apparent that the Hindu holy hub is devoted to the solar system and all nine worlds headed by the sun and this temple is located in Guwahati of Assam. This is an exciting place to visit with each of the nine temples beautifully represented by shivlingah, all inside the temple. They are miraculously covered with vibrant color clothes and a celestial body theme. The history confirms that the respective temple had hit the road of existence in the 18 century with the reign of King Rajeshwar Singh. He was one of the most famous rulers Guwahati had ever seen. The power of this place is sufficient to make you believe that all other temples with usual details capture are cliché. This is a mind-blowing concept peeping from the Hindu spirituality and a combination of mythological stories.

God is a kind entity, and it is best evident with the fact that despite the temple being partially destroyed due to the earthquake, it has a huge tank which is known to quench the thirst of all the devotees visiting the place all around the year. As we dig deeper into the history and intense mythology, this temple seems to gain a high-rise on to the holder of pride and prestige. This is a classical temple with a strong belief that the ancient name of Guwahati, Prajyotishapura originated from the title of this impressive Temple.


Navagraha Temple open at 04:00 AM to 09:00 PM

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