One of the most mystic temples of the Indian Tantric tradition, KAMAKHYA temple also known as Kamrup-Kamakhya templeKamakhya Devalaya, located at Guwahati, Assam, India is one of the oldest of the 51 Shakti peethas .The Kalika Purana, an ancient work in Sanskrit describes Kamakhya as the yielder of all desires, the young bride of Shiva, and the giver of salvation. Shakti is known as Kamakhya. The goddess is worshiped according to both the Vamachara (Left-Hand Path) as well as the Dakshinachara (Right-Hand Path) modes of worship. Offerings to the goddess are usually flowers, but might include animal sacrifices.

According to the Kalika Purana, Kamakhya Temple denotes the spot where Sati used to retire in secret to satisfy her amour with Shiva, and it was also the place where her yoni (genital) fell after Shiva danced with the corpse of Sati.

The inner sanctum, the garbhagriha, is below ground level and consists of no image but a rock fissure in the shape of a yoni (female genital):


The garbhagriha is small, dark and reached by narrow steep stone steps. Inside the cave there is a sheet of stone that slopes downwards from both sides meeting in a yoni-like depression some 10 inches deep. This hollow is constantly filled with water from an underground perennial spring. It is the vulva-shaped depression that is worshiped as the goddess Kamakhya herself and considered as most important pitha (abode) of the Devi.

What is AMBUBACHI MELA at Kamakhya? 

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Legend has it that during the month of Ashadh i.e. June according to the Gregorian Calendar, the Bramhaputra River that flows beside the temple turns red. It is believed that this is a divine phenomenon and that it happens because the Goddess menstruates during this time. While some people claim it is due to the high iron and Cinnabar deposits in the water, others continue to believe that it is a divine miracle! Thus, every year during the Ambubachi Mela, the river and the temple attracts thousands of devotees.

The Ambubachi Festival is a celebration of the Goddess’ fertility. The celebration hinges on the belief that the Mother Goddess, Kamakhya, Shiva’s young bride, is menstruating at this time. The Temple remains closed and the Goddess is bathed after those three days after which the normal activities of the temple are resumed. It is believed that at the time of monsoon when this festival is observed, the Mother Earth is at her fertile best due to the rain nurturing her womb (the soil).

( A huge bell at Kamakhya museum)

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The temple is considered unique as it enshrines no image of the goddess. Within the temple, there is a cave, in a corner of which stands a block of stone on which the symbol of Yoni has been sculptured. The stone is kept moist from the oozing of a natural spring within the cave. The offerings of flowers and leaves are made to the Yoni.

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The sacred menstural festival of Ambubachi is celebrated at Kamakhya temple, Assam, India, It’s hard to clear your path through the clamouring swarms at the regularly quiet Kamakhya sanctuary in Assam during Ambubachi Mela. MAA’s energy is wild and intense, and She is alive in the unmistakable energy that heartbeats through the crowds of Her lovers assembled outside Her sanctuary. Pretty much every square inch of the grounds is covered with dark red-clad enthusiasts who sing, serenade, contemplate and yell their dedication to the Divine Mother, situating themselves right external Her most heavenly place of worship during the hour of Her yearly monthly cycle.


Lovers of all assortments from across India, and a couple from different nations also, climb the Nilachal Hills to be at MAA’s feet during this time. From customary families to dark-clad aghoris, from unfamiliar sightseers to sadhus and sannyasis, this season calls to the individuals who worship the Divine Mother and wish to be near Her during Her generally powerful and consecrated time. The celebration particularly draws those from the different Shakta and Shaiva Tantra kulas, by and large, perceived by the red or dark garments they wear, regularly with long dreadlocks and commonly arranged in bunch camps outside the sanctuary. Somewhere in the range of 100,000 and 150,000 devotees regularly live at the Sri Kamakhya Temple grounds during the four-day celebration every year, and somewhere in the range of 50,000 and 100,000 visit the sanctuary consistently during the celebration. Some have guaranteed that upwards of a quarter-million individuals have jammed their way into the sanctuary complex in years past.

During Ambubachi, for three days Mother Earth Herself bleeds, and every one of the sanctuaries in the area is shut to Bhaktas. Inside the Kamakhya sanctuary, MAA is washed and dressed day by day, and given a red silk fabric with regards to Her feminine stream, and furthermore given leafy foods love. Families who live close to the sanctuary cover their own sanctuaries and offer foods grown from the ground love to Devi, liking to allow Her to rest. On the fourth day, the sanctuary entryways are opened, and fans trust that hours will accept Her unique darshan. Enthusiasts argue to get a little piece of rakta bastra, the red silk “blood material” whereupon Devi sits during Her menses ( anga bastra). As a charm or ornament, this piece of fabric is supposed to be favourable and effectively advantageous if tied onto the body, commonly around the arm or wrist.


In this stanza, Shiva talks:

“As the Goddess has gone to the incredible mountain Nilakuta (Nilachala) to appreciate having intercourse with me (Shiva), she is known as the goddess Kamakhya (eminent Goddess of want), who lives there covertly.

“Since she gives love, is a caring female, is the epitome of affection, the dearest, she reestablishes the appendages of Kama, and furthermore obliterates the appendages of Kama, she is called Kamakhya.”

Kalikapurana 62.1-2

Kama is frequently interpreted as desire or want, yet it is additionally love. Kama is the name of the God of affection, and the inclination of adoration and want inside.

Kama implies love or want, and akhya implies notable or prestigious. In this way, Kamakhya is in a real sense the Renowned Goddess of Love, or the Renowned Goddess of Desire.

Kamakhya, or Kameshvari, is genuinely both the source and satisfaction of all craving, and the source and satisfaction of adoration. She instructs us that affection is the total quintessence of the Divine, and that through unadulterated, divine love we may deliver connections to insignificant things, and understand our actual heavenly na

Kamakhya, or Kameshvari as She is likewise regularly known, is the Renowned Goddess of Desire whose hallowed place is arranged in a collapse the core of the Nilachal Hills in Guwahati, Assam. As the yoni (which means source, vulva and belly) of Mahadevi, She is perceived as the type of want (Kamarupa, Kamarupini), yet She is the actual wellspring of our cravings, and furthermore the One who gives our longings. She wants itself, just as its satisfaction.

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The Sanskrit expression ambuvācī, from which the nearby Assamese word ambubachi or ambubasi is determined, in a real sense signifies “the issuing forth of water,” alluding to the growth of the Earth’s waters from the beginning of rainstorm. Most frequently erroneously imagine that this celebration is a festival of Kamakhya’s period, yet truth be told it is the feminine cycle of the whole Mother Earth, and as Kamakhya is the seat of Her yoni, it turns into the point of convergence for related merriments.


Being the yoni of Devi, and the Goddess here being personally associated with the matriarchal clans of these slopes for millennia, it’s no big surprise that this amazing and remarkably female cycle would be commended and revered here. For lovers, particularly among Tantrics at the sanctuary, Ambubachi is a period of gigantic force and festivity. We accept that Mother Earth can’t be debased and that this is a period of intensity and reflection. It’s anything but an opportunity to surrender childish cravings, to zero in absolutely on MAA and celebrates with satisfaction all that She is, to praise the blessings that Mother Earth provides for us – food, cover, the actual establishment of life – by offering Her basic love, serving Her absolutely, and not requesting anything for ourselves. Perceiving one’s own childish nature without judgment is an amazing piece of delivering the self-image and endeavouring toward unity with MAA.



When Naraka, propelled by his fleshly longing, needed to wed Devi Kamakhya. At the point when proposed, the goddess energetically put a condition before him. In the event that Naraka would have the option to construct a flight of stairs from the lower part of the Nilachal slope to the sanctuary inside one evening, then, at that point she would unquestionably wed him.

Naraka accepting it’s anything but a test and attempted all with his strength to do this long distance race task. He was practically going to achieve the work when the Devi, hysterical as she was to see this, pulled a prank on him. She choked a cockerel and made it crow inauspicious to give the impression of day break to Naraka. Hoodwinked by the stunt even Naraka believed that it’s anything but a useless work and left it partially through. Later he pursued the cockerel and killed it’s anything but a spot which is presently known as Kukurakata, arranged in the region of Darrang. The fragmented flight of stairs is known as Mekhelauja way.

How to observe Ambubachi in your own home

During Ambubachi, it’s critical to permit Mother to rest. Consistently we are asking Her for things, so on this day, we serve Her as opposed to requesting that she serve us.

It is for the most part commended near the late spring solstice on the seventh day of the period of Ashadha (Ashara in Assam), which commonly falls on June 21 or 22 and closures around June 25 or 26.

Whenever you have decided the date of Ambubachi, you can notice this significant occasion in the manner in which it is seen by the families at Kamakhya. On a principal day take a piece of material (ideally red silk, however, use what you approach) and cover the special sacred area or the murti. On the off chance that you have a sanctuary room in your home, close the entryway. You can likewise attract a drape front of the special raised area. This is to give MAA some security and rest during this time, to respect Her. We could likewise say that She is exceptionally, incredibly amazing as of now, in the action of refining and recovering the whole Earth, which is Her body itself, and it’s ideal to give Her a wide billet!

A few times each day (for example, in the first part of the day and evening) offer organic product, water and you can likewise offer straightforward arati to MAA in the background or shut entryway. Sing melodies to Her and just offer your dedication, requesting nothing consequently. You are essentially there to adore Her, not to have your longings satisfied. In the event that you notice that you start to ask MAA for something without really thinking, let this longing proceed to pardon yourself. You can likewise present Her pranama mantra:

kāmākhye varade devī nīla parvata vāsinī |

tvaṁ devī jagataṁ mātā yonimudre namostute ||

You may likewise wish to ruminate quietly during these three days, zeroing in on your appreciation to MAA, and absolute arrival of want. Alternate approaches to notice this time is to take part in exercises that consideration for the Earth. Tidy up your neighbourhood seashore or park, water or treat your nursery (however don’t upset MAA by planting anything in Her body), and so on

On the fourth day, take off the fabric, make the way for the sanctuary, and clean everything altogether. Supplant your special stepped area fabrics with ones, give every one of the gods new garments, and so on. Offer love with your entire family as intricately as you can, and sing reverential tunes. Offer your full heart and on this day you can request anything you want. In the event that you are a landscaper or rancher, this is likewise a decent day to plant something, emblematic of your most noteworthy and most flawless expectations for the coming season, year or for the remainder of your life. Pick a plant as needs be that will develop in cadence with this goal and will remind you to remain nearby your actual way in life during this time frame, regardless of whether it is for one season or for the remainder of your life.

At the point when you ask with an unadulterated heart and in light of the greatest great, this satisfies Devi. Our Mother needs to give us what we genuinely need, and needs to satisfy our longings. She permits us to live happily and easily on the planet while seeking unity with Her. Yet, Mother realizes what is best for us, thus we should regularly deliver the unbending thoughts we have of what Her heavenly blessings will resemble. At the point when MAA gives us what we request, we once in a while don’t perceive the bundle where it is conveyed, and on the off chance that we request mischief to come to another person, those antagonistic energies can return right to us to show us something new. Take the time during Ambubachi to purge your heart, perceive your defects and humble yourself at Her feet. Through focused practise, dedication and quietude, we can deliver the stranglehold of the self-image, getting more certain and developing further, finding in ourselves the magnificence and beauty that MAA transmits through us in each second.

What is Kamiya( Kamakhya Sindoor)?

Devotees flock to the Kamakhya temple to receive the Kamiya sindoor which is found once a year in the month of June. This sindoor is in rock solid form and is much sought after for its miraculous properties which bring the blessings of the Goddess to you. It has the propensity to resolve all problems we encounter in our lives and bestow us with all that we desire. It is said to attract wealth and material comforts and helps us prosper professionally in our career or business. It also helps us reconcile with lost love and rekindles the passion and romance in our life.

what are the benefits of kamiya sindoor?
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Kamiya Sindoor, also known as Kamakhya Sindoor, is a sacred and powerful tantric item in Hinduism that is believed to have several benefits for the person who wears it or uses it in rituals. Some of the benefits of Kamiya Sindoor are:
  1. Brings good luck and prosperity: Kamiya Sindoor is believed to bring good luck and prosperity to the person who wears it. It is said to attract positive energy and help in overcoming obstacles and challenges in life.
  2. Provides protection: Kamiya Sindoor is believed to offer protection against negative energies, evil spirits, and black magic. It is said to create a protective shield around the person who wears it and keep them safe from harm.
  3. Enhances spiritual growth: Kamiya Sindoor is believed to enhance spiritual growth and help in attaining higher levels of consciousness. It is said to facilitate the awakening of the Kundalini energy and aid in the practice of meditation and other spiritual disciplines.
  4. Boosts confidence and self-esteem: Kamiya Sindoor is believed to boost confidence and self-esteem and help in achieving success in personal and professional life. It is said to increase charisma and attract positive attention from others.
  5. Fertility and reproductive health: Kamiya Sindoor is also believed to have benefits for reproductive health and fertility. It is said to help in the conception of a child and provide protection during pregnancy and childbirth.
  6. It can attract all amount of wealth, prosperity and riches in your life
  7. Protects from negativity and negative effects of tantra and mantra
  8. It can easily defeat your enemies                                                                                                                                                   9.  The romance and passion will increase in your married life
    10.Fosters strong and deep meditation, Enhances the power of the third eye.
    11. It can easily solve your career problems
    12. You can protect yourself from the evil act of your enemies
    13.  Builds strong will power and Increases the hypnosis power


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This is original Kamiya or Kamakhya sindoor in rock crystal form so that purity is established. To use it, crush it and then apply. Never buy kamiya sindoor in powdered form. it is allmost always fake.

How to use kamiya sindoor?

Crush it and store its powder in a small silver box for furthur use.

you can even keep the cluster in your puja area or your locker

The powder can be used in the following ways: 

Chant the mantra of Mother 7 or 11 times and then use:

kāmākhye varade devī nīla parvata vāsinī |

tvaṁ devī jagataṁ mātā yonimudre namostute ||


  1. Mix it in your normal sindoor powder to do archanas and pujas
  2. Annoint your third eye with it everyday for magical attarctive personality
  3. annoint your vigrahams and shreeyantra and offer in pujas
  4. Use it for all your tantric rituals and vashikaran
  5. wear it to important meetings, court cases etc
  6. wear it to attract your lover/husband
  7. use for fertility and woman menstural issues

Receive Maa Kamakhya sindoor and fullfill your wishes




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