Doul Govinda Temple is without doubt one of the well-known temples of Assam. It is located on the northern banks, on the foot hills of Chandrabharati hill at Rajaduar, North Guwahati. The temple is principally dedicated to Lord Krishna. The Doul Govinda Mandir in Assam is legendary for its Holi celebrations within the month of February – March. Special Ferry service can also be out there to the temple from Guwahati to Rajaduar anytime. Daily actions of the Doul Govinda Temple begin early, with the opening of the doorways at seven within the morning. The priest bathes the idol after which performs the Archana. The worshipers begin coming in from an hour after this, which continues until the tip of the day. In between that, the temple stays closed in the course of the afternoon. In the night the Arati is carried out by singing devotional songs or ‘Kirtaan‘. Prasada adopted by Bhoga is distributed among the many devotees in open corridor, throughout afternoon hours each day. A good variety of devotees contribute to the temple Management to supply Bhoga and Sarai on their behalf with or with out craving. Such devotees get some quantity of Bhoga for taking house from the counter.