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Dhekiakhowa Barnamghar

Dhekiakhowa Village, Jorhat, India
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Vaishnava Pilgrimage

Vaishnava Shrine, started by Srimanta Madhabdeb, more than 400 years back, a must visit place for... read more

Reviewed May 14, 2018
Deepankar B
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Navi Mumbai, India
vishnu temple

a big temple on the outskirts of jorhat. a lamp has been burning here for the past 424 years or so... read more

Reviewed January 6, 2018
teebee68
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Chennai (Madras), India
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Reviewed 14 May 2018

Vaishnava Shrine, started by Srimanta Madhabdeb, more than 400 years back, a must visit place for Vaishnava devotees and you always feel like to visit again and again. Your mind & body will become rejuvenate after visiting this place. Come back home with a positive...More

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Reviewed 6 January 2018

a big temple on the outskirts of jorhat. a lamp has been burning here for the past 424 years or so. the saint madhavacharya visited this place and lit the lamp. the locals have ensured the lamp is burning ever since.

1  Thank teebee68
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Reviewed 16 November 2017 via mobile

One of the oldest Namghar in Assam. Almost 15-20 kms away from jorhat town. There is a lamp(Saki in Assamese) there which is lighting from years continuously.

Thank Debarun B
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Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

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.

Thank dhiraj l
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Reviewed 5 January 2017 via mobile

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

1  Thank Kangkan R
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Reviewed 6 December 2016

Very nice temple to visit. historical place. very nice atmosphere . loved this temple. very much peaceful place.

Thank gibbonecocamp
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Reviewed 25 June 2016

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

1  Thank Sidheswar Kumar M
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Reviewed 14 June 2016

Very nice temple to visit. historical place. very nice architect. loved this temple. very much peaceful place.

1  Thank ranjeet2058
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Reviewed 24 June 2015

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.

1  Thank Bornav
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Reviewed 27 May 2015

a divine and peaceful naamghar you must visit, if you are in jorhat you should visit DHEKIAKHOWA BORNAAMGHAR

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