KAMAKHYA: THE SHAKTI SHRINE OF DIVINE BLESSINGS

The centuries old Kamakhya Temple of Assam is one of the major attractions of Shakti Shrines in India. This widely famous beautiful Kamakhya Temple, situated on the Nilachal Hill in the western part of Guwahati city, is an important pilgrimage destination for the devotees of mother goddess Kamakhya. Throughout the year, devotees and tourists pay their visit to this Shrine seeking the divine blessing of the goddess.But during certain festive seasons such as, Ambubachi Mela, Manasha Puja, Durga Puja, Navaratri, etc. a big crowd is witnessed on the mesmerizing Nilachal Hill.
We are short in knowledge to say more about the legendary Kamakhya Temple situated in Guwahati, but we are hereby going to share little information about one more such Shakti Shrine situated at Khetri (Dimoria). This Kamakhya Temple or Kamakhya Dewalay is also situated on a small hilltop at Khetri at about 30 km distance along NH 37 towards east from Guwahati city. This holy place attracts countless devotees of mother goddess Kamakhya. Apart from the various festivals observed, innumerablepeople visit this place to offer prayers for peace and prosperity during Durga Puja.

Summing up we would say that the Kamakhya Temple of divine blessings has been creating an environment of unity upholding the culture and tradition of Assam since times immemorial.

DReJ, Vol-2, Issue-2; March-April 2015

This issue has been released with a number of worth readable articles inclusive of research articles along with some beautiful poems. Without the unconditional support and cooperation of all the contributors and authors it would not turn to be possible for us to make our effort successful. So, we extend our gratitude and thankfulness to our contributors and writers this time also. Their pain in creating and writing the informative and thought provoking articles and poetry encourages us in shaping every issue of our e-magazine. However, due to limited columns it is possible to publish only a few write-ups in this issue but the good news is that we will bring out rest of the write-ups in the forthcoming issues. Therefore, to all the concerned persons whose write-ups we have not published in this issue our benign request to them is to be kind enough and bear with us. We are indebted as well to Dr. Anil Kumar Boro sir for his cooperation with the inside review of the poetry section and we firmly believe that his guiding association inspires us enormous.

We are delighted to share happy news with you all that Dimorian Review e-Magazine has assigned ISSN by the National Science Library on 11th February, 2015. With such recognition, we are now turned to be more committed to continue working for the service of the society.

The next publication will be issued during first week of May 2015. Therefore, we take this opportunity to invite all writers and poets to send their write-ups to our E-mail: dimorianreview@gmail.com for the forthcoming issues and also request our contributors to make their submissions suitable to submit their write-ups for the next May-June 2015 issue on or before 15th April, 2015.

One more good news to share with you all is about Mr. Pijus Kanti Deb, our regular contributor poet. His first poetry collection entitled as ‘Beneath the Shadow of a White Pigeon’ has been published on 1st February, 2015 and now it is available on Amazon.com. Our heartiest congratulations to Sir Pijush Kanti Deb!

We are always grateful to our well-wishers, readers and all esteemed members of Advisory Board, Technical Review Board and Editorial Board for their kind support, cooperation and guidance for keeping up our work ahead. We are delighted to welcome to Dr. Subhash Ch. Das and Mohim Borgohain as Associate Editors. We acknowledge earnestly for their unconditional services of the esteemed members of the Technical Review Board.

Wish you all joyous Holi! Further, Rongali Bihu, also widely known as Bohag Bihu, celebrated in the month of April is signatory to Assamese culture. Thiscolourful and scintillating festival of Assam is going to observe during mid-April 2015; we would like to wish you all in little advance Happy Rongali Bihu!
Editors
DReJ, Vol-2, Issue-2, March-April 2015




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