Brahmaputra: Why does the color of the Brahmaputra river turn red? Knowing the reason, you will also press your finger under your teeth

Brahmaputra River Secrets About Kamakhya Temple: Assam, a beautiful city situated in the hills, is a small city to say. But there is always a crowd of tourists here. The Brahmaputra river is the main reason for increasing the beauty of the city of Assam and becoming the main center of tourist attraction.

The beauty of the city of Assam increases due to being situated on the banks of the Brahmaputra river. Along with this, this city is also associated with religious activities. Because there is also a famous temple of Kamakhya Devi on Nilachal mountain on the bank of river Brahmaputra in Guwahati, Assam.

Kamakhya Temple and Brahmaputra River are associated with mystery

Kamakhya Temple and Brahmaputra River have always been the center of faith and attraction for the people Used to be. But at the same time it is also full of miracles and mysteries. It is believed that the water of the Brahmaputra river also turns red due to the flowing blood of the Goddess during her menstruation. You may find it strange to hear this. But there are special religious beliefs attached to it.

Yoni Puja takes place in Kamakhya temple

The temple of Kamakhya Devi is another one of the 51 Shaktipeeths located in India. is considered major. According to belief, the vaginal part of Goddess Sati had fallen here. That’s why the Yoni worship of the goddess is done in the Kamakhya temple. There is no idol of the goddess here. Due to being part of the vagina, Goddess Rajaswala (menstruation) also takes place here. This is the only temple where Goddess Kamakhya menstruates once a year. When the goddess is in her menstrual cycle, the temple is also closed for three days and the darshan of the goddess is prohibited.

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Every year in the month of June the water of Brahmaputra river turns red like blood for three days. It is believed that, during this period, Kamakhya Devi lives in the monthly cycle. During Rajaswala, the entire Brahmaputra river turns red with the flowing blood of Goddess Kamakhya.  

Red cloth is given as Prasad to the devotees

Not only the rules of worship in the temple of Kamakhya Devi are different from other temples. Rather, Prasad is also given to the devotees here in a different way. Here devotees are given red colored cloth as Prasad. Regarding this red cloth, it is said that when the goddess has a menstrual cycle of three days, then white colored cloths are spread in the temple and the temple is closed for three days. When the doors of the temple open after three days, the white cloth turns red with the blood of the goddess. This cloth is called Ambuvachi cloth and is given as Prasad to the devotees.  

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Disclaimer : The information provided here is based on beliefs and information only. It is important to mention here that does not confirm any kind of recognition, information. Please seek relevant expert advice before acting on any information or assumptions.

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