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Ambubachi Mela concludes today

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, June 25 � The doors of the Kamakhya temple would be opened for the devotees around 7 am tomorrow as the grand Ambubachi festival would conclude on Friday.

A huge number of pilgrims, coming from different parts of the country and abroad, have already started queuing up since this evening for the darshan tomorrow.

According to the Kamakhya Debuttar Board secretary Naba Kanta Sarma, the temple management authority is hopeful that after the necessary rituals and cleaning, the doors could be opened around 7 am, although the nibriti timing is fixed at 1.15 pm.

�At dawn, ritualistic preparations would be started in the temple premises and after necessary cleaning of the sanctum sanctorum, new clothes would be offered to the goddess, followed by other rituals, before letting the devotees in,� he said.

A sea of humanity is likely to be seen at the Kamakhya temple tomorrow and the footfall this year is expected to surpass past records.

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Ambubachi Mela concludes today

GUWAHATI, June 25 � The doors of the Kamakhya temple would be opened for the devotees around 7 am tomorrow as the grand Ambubachi festival would conclude on Friday.

A huge number of pilgrims, coming from different parts of the country and abroad, have already started queuing up since this evening for the darshan tomorrow.

According to the Kamakhya Debuttar Board secretary Naba Kanta Sarma, the temple management authority is hopeful that after the necessary rituals and cleaning, the doors could be opened around 7 am, although the nibriti timing is fixed at 1.15 pm.

�At dawn, ritualistic preparations would be started in the temple premises and after necessary cleaning of the sanctum sanctorum, new clothes would be offered to the goddess, followed by other rituals, before letting the devotees in,� he said.

A sea of humanity is likely to be seen at the Kamakhya temple tomorrow and the footfall this year is expected to surpass past records.