Tuesday, April 15, 2014
How Devi Kamakhya of Assam made Germany her home
The town of Hamm is home to one of Europe's largest Hindu temple. Tens of thousands of worshippers come here for important religious celebrations close to a busy highway.The temple, which is also popular with worshipers from Belgium and the Netherlands, was founded by Tamil refugees when they came to Germany in the 1980s.
The temple was built by Tamil Hindus from Sri Lanka who were fleeing the civil war in the country. The powerful deity in the temple is Kamakshi Mata who is also known as Kamakhya and worshiped by Tantrics and Shaktas of India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Pakistan.
May Mata Kamakshi of Hamm, Germany, bless all beings with discrimination, compassion and love for all beings! Jai Mata Kamakshi! Har Har Mahadev!
For a video on the Hamm Mata Kamakshi temple click on https://www.youtube.com/
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