Madan Kamdev, Near Baihata Chariali, Kamrup

Madan Kamdev Archaeological site has ruins of a group of stone temple spreading over an area upon a hillock known as Madan Kamdeva Hill.  The site has a beautiful natural environment. The principal shrine facing east enshrines Uma-Maheshwar also known as Haragauri-Kameswara in alingana posture in its Garbhagriha. Adjacent to this shrine exit ruins of a group of subsidiary shrines each consisting of a shallow mandapa with garbhagriha. The temple has carvings of narrative art depicting day-to-day aspects of life, rituals, beliefs and practices, socio-cultural aspects, contemporary practices and erotic (maithuna) scenes.

Source: Directorate of Archaeology Assam.

The place dates back to the 9th and 10th century A.D. The excavation and ruins is dated back to the Pala dynasty of Kamrupa.

The ruins of Madan Kamdev are scattered widely in a secluded place, covering 500 meters. Temple of Kamdev must be reconstruction, Uma Maheshwar’s embraced idols, carved on the stones of medieval temples, can be seen here. The most prominent statues are of the Sun,Ganehsa and Vidyadhara

Source: Wikipedia