History of Bhairbkunda
According to the legends, it is said that there was a kunda where the devotees used to offer pujas and the fishes in this kunda used to take the rice and sprinkle the holy water for peace while they used to avoid impure people. In another tale, it is said that the people of Bodo tribe used to offer prayers to the God by performing Kherai dances in the ancient ages.
Tourism in Bhairabkunda
Bhairabkunda comprises of several tourist spots, which are Bhairabkunda Picnic Spot, Shiva Mandir and Gethsemane man-made Forest etc.
Bhairabkunda Picnic Spot: This picnic spot attracts several people from November to early February.
Shiva Mandir: The Shiva Mandir, dedicated to Lord Shiva, gets flocked by several devotees throughout the year. During Makar Sankranti, several devotees visit the temple and take a holy dip in the meeting point of the rivers and offer puja to Lord Shiva.
Gethsemane man-made Forest: It has been grown entirely by local JFMC of 35 members with the help of Forest Department of Assam. The forest is spread across more than 6 sq. km. of land with over 35 varieties of trees. A large number of animals, birds and reptiles can also be seen here.
Visiting Information to Bhairabkunda
Udalguri Railway Station and Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport are the nearest to this place. Udalguri is connected with Guwahati and Tezpur by National Highway 52.
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