Hajo is a city that is sacred to Hindu, Muslim and Buddhist people who seek spiritual enlightenment. Hajo was the place where Lord Buddha attained Parinirvana. Its spiritual significance does not end here; Hajo is also home to Powa Mecca too. This mosque have been built by the same soil used in making the mosque in Mecca. Hayagriva Madhava Temple is a sacred shrine situated atop the Manikuta hill and is dedicated to the Hindu God Vishnu, in his Hayagriva incarnation. The temple consists of three main parts –the shikhara, or the top, the center and the basement. The shikhara is pyramid-shaped.
The Muslim place of pilgrimage in Hajo is Powa Mecca Mosque. The name of the mosque means one quarter of Mecca, which is the holiest city for the Muslims situated in Arab.