Overview of Bhuvaneshwari Temple
Built sometime between the 7th to 9th centuries AD, the stone structure of the Bhuvaneshwari Temple has some semblance with the Kamkhya Temple. The temple was constructed in honour of Goddess Bhuvaneshwari, who as per Hinduism is the 4th amongst the 10 Mahavidya goddesses and is known to be one of the earliest forms of Shakti.
Due to the temples high vantage point, the surrounding view is panoramic. During the festivals of Ambubachi and Manasha Puja, the Bhuvaneshwari Temple attracts a large number of devotees and tourists alike from all around.
Visiting Information on Bhuvaneshwari Temple
The Guwahati railway station is the closest at a distance of almost 8 km from the temple and the Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is the nearest at about 21 km away from the Bhuvaneshwari Temple.
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