Doul Govinda Temple is one of the imperative sanctuaries of Kamrup, Assam, India. It is arranged on the northern banks, on the foot slopes of Chandra Bharati slope at Rajaduar, North Guwahati. The sanctuary is predominantly dedicated to Lord Krishna. In addition, there is a Namghar alongside the sanctuary inside similar premises. The sanctuary is open and available all the all year, yet one can appreciate the excite of a waterway voyage and strolling on white sands of the shorelines of Brahmaputra, from the long stretch of November to April.
The temple is known for its Holi festivities in the long stretch of February– March. Holi is seen by the neighborhood individuals for five days with different projects and around five thousand travelers are constantly collected at the sanctuary premises amid this time. Exceptional Ferry benefit is accessible to the sanctuary from Guwahati to Rajaduar right now. Every day exercises of the Doul Govinda Temple begin right on time, with the opening of the entryways at seven toward the beginning of the day.
The cleric showers the symbol and after that plays out the Archana. The admirers begin rolling in from a hour after this, which proceeds till the day's end. In the middle of that, the sanctuary stays shut amid the evening. At night the Arati is performed by singing reverential tunes or 'Kirtaan'. Prasada taken after by Bhoga is disseminated among the enthusiasts in open lobby, amid evening hours day by day. A decent number of enthusiasts add to the sanctuary Management to offer Bhoga and Thagi Sarai on their sake with or without longing for. Such aficionados get some measure of Bhoga for bringing home from the counter.