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KAMPUR, Sept 3 � Madhabpara, a religious place situated at a distance of 12 km south, along the Kampur-Baithalangso Road, on the bank of the Borapani river is indeed a much-revered religious place since time immemorial.

The Madhabpara thaan (a religious shrine) draws hundreds of devotees daily who pay obeisance to the deity for wellbeing and blessings.

It is interesting to note that the entire Madhabpara Mandir site is surrounded by hillocks covered with granite, which the devotees believe to be of religious significance. The hillocks of granite add beauty to the entire area. The passers-by going through the Kampur-Baithalanga Road are often delighted to see the vast hillocks around Madhabpara thaan.

It is indeed deplorable that the Archaeological Department has done nothing to unveil the mystery of the hillocks covered with granite, or whether there is any religious significance attached to it. It was only recently that Ranjita Sarma, Deputy Director of the Archaeological Department and an enthusiastic official visited the site of the Madhabpara Mandir along with some of her junior officials at the invitation of Madhabpara Mandir Unnayan Samiti.

Ranjita Sarma along with the other officials of the department evinced keen interest at the sight of the beautiful hillocks convered with granite and assured the public that she would leave no stone unturned to convince her superior officials in Guwahati to convert Madhabpara into a heritage site and develop the area as a place of public utility.

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Madhabpara beckons

KAMPUR, Sept 3 � Madhabpara, a religious place situated at a distance of 12 km south, along the Kampur-Baithalangso Road, on the bank of the Borapani river is indeed a much-revered religious place since time immemorial.

The Madhabpara thaan (a religious shrine) draws hundreds of devotees daily who pay obeisance to the deity for wellbeing and blessings.

It is interesting to note that the entire Madhabpara Mandir site is surrounded by hillocks covered with granite, which the devotees believe to be of religious significance. The hillocks of granite add beauty to the entire area. The passers-by going through the Kampur-Baithalanga Road are often delighted to see the vast hillocks around Madhabpara thaan.

It is indeed deplorable that the Archaeological Department has done nothing to unveil the mystery of the hillocks covered with granite, or whether there is any religious significance attached to it. It was only recently that Ranjita Sarma, Deputy Director of the Archaeological Department and an enthusiastic official visited the site of the Madhabpara Mandir along with some of her junior officials at the invitation of Madhabpara Mandir Unnayan Samiti.

Ranjita Sarma along with the other officials of the department evinced keen interest at the sight of the beautiful hillocks convered with granite and assured the public that she would leave no stone unturned to convince her superior officials in Guwahati to convert Madhabpara into a heritage site and develop the area as a place of public utility.