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Shakti Sadhana @ Kamakhya Devi Temple

Soak in the bliss of Maa Kamakhya for 3 days

  • Ended
  • 12,000 Indian rupees
  • Guwahati


Date: March 29 - 31 Venue: Kamakhya Devi Temple, Guwahati, Assam Offered by: Shriman Adi Ji and Matrushree (Smrithi ji) - Founders of Anaadi Foundation and Dharma Gurukulam Age: 18 - 60 years About the founders: Shriman Adinarayanan is a Siddhayogi who has spent more than 250 days in Mouna Tapasya. The dampati belong to the spiritual parampara of Mahavatar Kriya Babaji. For those who are ardent Shakti Devotees and are interested in taking up sadhana and upholding austerity. Note: ~ Sadhakas & Participants must reach the venue by themselves. Sufficient guidelines will be provided for the sadhakas. Travel groups will be formed based on the registrations. This will help the sadhakas to plan their travel. ~ Participants must reach Guwahati by 1.00 pm on 29th March. The place of reporting will be shared with the registered sadhakas. ~ Food & Accommodation will be provided. ~ The program concludes at 8.00 pm on 31st March. Accommodation will be provided till April 1st morning at 9.00 am. Highlights: ~ Maa Kamakhya Darshan ~ Kamakhya Devi Agni Kriya ~ Devi Katha Narration ~ Guided Yoga Abhyasa and Dhyana ~ Meditation at Dasa Mahavidya Temples ~ Lalitha Sahasranama Chanting ~ Bath in Saubhagya Kund ~ Take home puja vidhi Welcome to the Devi Sadhana Program at Kamakhya Saktipeetha, a transformative journey dedicated to the divine feminine energy. Immerse yourself in ancient practices, rituals, and meditations to connect with the powerful Maa Kamakhya. Discover the sacred teachings that guide you toward spiritual awakening and self-realization, as you embark on a profound exploration of the mystical realm within and around you. Embrace the essence of devotion and empowerment as you walk the path of divine wisdom in this sacred program. Kamakhya Saktipeeta is a revered pilgrimage site in Assam, India, dedicated to Maa Kamakhya, a potent representation of the divine feminine. Believed to be one of the most important Shakti Peethas, it holds deep spiritual significance for devotees. The temple complex is situated atop Nilachal Hill and is known for its unique architecture and vibrant festivals, including the famous Ambubachi Mela. Pilgrims visit to seek blessings, perform rituals, and engage in spiritual practices to connect with the divine energies associated with Maa Kamakhya. The sacred atmosphere of the Saktipeetha enhances the spiritual experience, fostering a profound connection with the goddess and the powerful energies associated with the site.

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