Hatimura Temple - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Hatimura Temple
The Hatimura Temple is a shakti temple, located at Silghat, Nagaon district of Assam. It was built during the reign of Ahom king Pramatta Singha in 1667 Sakabda . It used to be an important center of Shaktism in ancient Assam. The presiding goddess is Durga which is known here as Mahisamardini. Human sacrifice was said to be made at the temple's altars.
Attractions Near Hatimura Temple
20.64km from Hatimura Temple
Bordowa or Bordowa Satra is a shrine, a centre of art and culture and is the birthplace of a great litterateur, artist, dramatist and founder of Vaishnav dharma in Assam. The Bordowa Satra is founded by great saint Sankardeva after his return from his first pilgrimage in about 1494 A.D. This pious pilgrimage or shrine is itself a popular place to visit.
Orang National Park
42.78km from Hatimura Temple
The Orang National Park is a national park in India located on the northern bank of the Brahmaputra River in the Darrang and Sonitpur districts of Assam. It covers an area of 78.81 km2. It was established as a sanctuary in 1985 and declared a national park on 13 April 1999. It has a rich flora and fauna, including great Indian rhinoceros, pygmy hog, Asian elephant, wild water buffalo and Bengal tiger. It is the only stronghold of rhinoceros on the north bank of the Brahmaputra river.
49.56km from Hatimura Temple
The park was built in 1906 by a commissioner of Assam named Mr. Cole, and was later reconstructed by M.G.V.K Bhanu in 1996. The park has recently been renamed as Chitralekha Udayan Park, after the name of a famous person in the Aniruddha Usha love story. Located amidst a number of misty hillocks and green terrains and blue lakes, this park is well known for its breathtaking scenic beauty. Inside the park there is a serene lake, in which boating can be done.
Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary
49.95km from Hatimura Temple
Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary on the southern bank of the Brahmaputra in Morigaon district in Assam, India. It was declared in 1987 and covers 38.85 km2, providing grassland and wetland habitat for the Indian rhinoceros.
50.86km from Hatimura Temple
Bhairabi temple stands on the outskirts of Tezpur, in Sonitpur district of Assam. The temple is devoted to the goddess, Bhairabi. Among the locals, goddess is famously known by the name of Maithan and Bhairabi Devalaya. Bhairabi Temple is a revered siddha pitha where people offer the prayers to the goddess and seek her blessings. Here, goddess Bhairabi is worshipped as Mahavidyas of Ma Durga Devi. Bhairabi temple is a very important and sacred Shakti Peeth of Assam.
51.25km from Hatimura Temple
Mahabhairav Temple is located at a hillock on the northern part of Tezpur town, Assam. This temple is believed to have been established by king Bana in the pre-historical times. This Shiva temple was originally built of stone but the present one was renovated and built with concrete. During the Ahom rule, the kings especially of the Tungkhungiya dynasty donated large area of Devotee land to the Temple and appointed pujaris, Paiks to look after the temple
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