Every place do possesses some peculiarities and particularities that constitute the inherent identity in spite of heterogeneous elements. Apart from prevalent common environment in the erstwhile Bijni Kingdom and undivided Goalpara district of 1822, the most striking factors of Bongaigaon district are the Hilly Caves and stone carvings of Jogighopa hill-rocks that demonstrate the existence of Buddhist culture.
In Bongaigaon District, worshipping of benevolent gods and goddess or driving away evil spirits by chanting of 'Mantras' or black-arts are the common mental make up and more than 99 per cent of the native rural people even today and they have strong belief in inevitable destiny. Lord Shiva or Mahadev is worshipped in this district area. Bhairav Hills range, Mahadev Hills range and Bhumiswar Hills range are famous for ruins of sculptures, idols, Shiva etc.
One of the popular legends associated with the culture of Bongaigaon district says that in spite of pantheistic view of life and worshipping of Gods and Goddesses, Srimanta Sankardeva, the propagator of Supreme God known as 'Vishnu' enjoyed ample scope for spreading his ideas and received warm patronage from Koch Kings and peoples. 'Shakti Puja (worshiping of female deities headed by temples dedicated to Bageswari/ Kali-Thakurani/ Moharani/ Kalikarpat etc.) is also found in every nook and corner of this district. Bageswari temple - the central and oldest Temple of Bongaigaon town area along with Kalimandir near Swahid Bedi, Buri Aie of Bhakaribhita , Moharani temple of Khagarpur, Kalikarpat of Kakoijana Hills range, Jogodhatri of Sidalsati etc are worth mentioning spots.