Located in the village of Dah Parbatia which is few kilometres west of the city of Tezpur in Assam, Da-Parbatia Temple is one of the oldest Hindu temples in Assam. The door’s framework with the stunning carvings and imprints, which are believed to be the part of the architecture patterns famous during the early Gupta School of sculpture. The Da-Parbatia Temple has one of the supreme artworks and portrayals which have been carved in magnificently in its doors and walls of the temple. The door jambs of Da Parbatia Temple are ornamented with the figurines of 2 Hindu mythological Goddesses, Ganga and Yamuna, who are seen standing with grace and dignity and have garlands in their hands as a sign of welcoming people inside the temple. The entire door frame of the Da-Parbatia Temple has been embellished and decorated with intricate designs and floral patterns. Owing to its ancient majestic and exquisite beauty, the Da-Parbatia Temple has been announced as a protected site under the authority and undertaking of the Archaeological Survey of India.
How to reach:
You can reach there through
airways, railways and roadways. For the purpose of lodging, the Assam Tourism
Department has provided full furnished tourist lodges with modern amenities.
Besides this, tourists and travelers can also avail the comfortable accommodation
facilities offered by the Dak Bungalows and the Circuit House in the Tezpur
city of Assam.
The temple is located at an elevated platform.
The Garbha Griha of the temple is square in shape whereas the Mandapa
is rectangular. The stone doors are adorned with the forms of two goddess Ganga
and Yamuna, standing with elegance and poise, with garlands in their hands.