Dhekiakhua & Tea Gardens in Assam



It had been ages since I had done any Pooja- archana. So one fine Sunday we decided to visit Dhekiakhua Naamghar. Temples are called Naamghar in our place (Usually in Naamghar we don’t do Idol worship. πŸ™‚
The morning was beautiful and foggy which started with extra dose Mahi’s extraordinary singing skills. Groggy eyed did my morning rituals and got ready. It was a 30 minutes drive from home.

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Years ago flowers used to blossom in Dhekia plant –a kind of fern, but not any more. This a remnant of the Dhekia with flowers placed inside the Naamghar.
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This is a separate area to light Diyas and incense sticks..

Someone’s prayers and wishes are glowing in those holy light.

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Inside the temple.
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While returning – A rice field near Naamghar.
Blends of Golden hues and a radiant sun
Tea garden near the Naamghar.
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Some more photo sessions near Chenijan Tea Estate.

18 thoughts on “Dhekiakhua & Tea Gardens in Assam

  1. Hello, thanks for dropping by my blog and many thanks for your comment. You have an awesome blog here. nice posts and some of the most coolest pics. Keep up the good work and keep in touch πŸ™‚

  2. Wow! Beautiful post and superb pics πŸ™‚ Lotz of information there too πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing .. what a wonderful time u hv had! Cheers to many more πŸ™‚

  3. Nice post. Beautiful pictures. I have heard Naamghar is a prayer hall. But I did not know there is no idol worship there. For us people who do not know much about Naamghar, I would appreciate a post from you on Naamghar. Thanks.

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