Doul Govinda Temple, Assam
Doul Govinda Temple, Assam

Doul Govinda Temple, Assam

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Major festivals Holi
Locale: North Guwahati
District:: Kamrup
Address: Doul Govinda Rd, Baruah Souk, North Guwahati, Guwahati, Assam 781030
Doul Govinda Temple is one of the important temples of Kamrup, Assam, India. It is situated on the northern banks, on the foot hills of Chandra Bharati hill at Rajaduar, North Guwahati. The temple is mainly devoted to Lord Krishna. Besides, there is an Namghar along with the temple within the same premises. The temple is open and accessible all the year round, but one can enjoy the thrill of a river cruise as well as walking on white sands of the beaches of Brahmaputra, from the month of November to April.Several stories exists regarding this deity and how ‘He’ was brought here by late Ganga Ram Barooah from a place called Sandhyasar near Nalbari. The first structure of Doul Govinda Temple was erected more than one hundred and fifty years ago but it was again renovated in 1966.


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