Questions and answers

Is kollur open today?

Is kollur open today?

Darshan timings: Kollur Mookambika Temple is open from 5 AM till 9 PM. Darshan is allowed all through the day except brief intervals of time when certain rituals or decorations are being performed.

Is jeans allowed in Mookambika Temple?

Like in all temples of the South, Sri Mookambika has a strict dress code. Men are allowed in only if they are dressed in a dhoti(a white saree like dress meant for men) or Mundu (in local lingo). Women can enter in any traditional outfit be it a sari or a salwar. Jeans and western attire isn’t allowed.

What is special about Mookambika Temple?

This sacred shrine is dedicated to Shree Mookambika Devi, an incarnation of Adi Shakthi who is depicted with three eyes, four arms, with a disc and conch in hands. The temple is located on the banks of the river Souparnika and the Goddess here can be seen in the form of Swayambhu Linga.

How old is Mookambika Temple?

1200 years old
Mookambika Temple in Kollur is believed to be over 1200 years old.

Who built Kollur Mookambika temple?

King Halugallu Veera Sangayya
Kollur Mookambika Temple is located at Kollur in byndoor taluk, of Udupi District in the region of Tulunadu and in the state of Karnataka, India. It is a Hindu temple dedicated to the Mother Goddess known as Mookambika Devi….Mookambika Temple, Kollur.

Kollur Mookambika Temple
Creator King Halugallu Veera Sangayya
Completed ~800 AD

How can I go to Kollur from Bangalore?

The fastest way to reach from Bangalore to Kollur is flight to Coimbatore International Airport, then bus to Ernakulam, then bus to Kollur Mookambika Temple and takes 25h 15m. The recommended way to reach from Bangalore to Kollur is bus to Ernakulam, then bus to Kollur Mookambika Temple and takes 35h 40m.

Is jeans allowed in Udupi temple?

Timings : 4:00 AM – 9:00 PM. Nirmalya Visarjan Pooja is held at 5:30 AM. Men: Dhoti or pant and shirt. No Lungi, Shorts and other modern outfits are not allowed.

Which state is Mookambika Temple?

Sri Mookambika Temple/State

Mookambika temple being a famous pilgrimage spot in the south of Western Ghats has transport facility from all over Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

What is the meaning of mookambika?

Mookambika is a Hindu Goddess who is said to represent Goddess Adi Parashakti. She is mostly worshipped in South India, where she is seen as an incarnation of the Tridevi’s Saraswati, Lakshmi and Parvati.

Which goddess is mookambika?

Mookambika ಶ್ರೀ ಮೂಕಾಂಬಿಕಾ is the Hindu goddess who is representing Adi Parashakti. She is said to be the mother of the universe representing Adi Parashakti….

Affiliation Saraswati , Lakshmi & durga( parvati)
Mantra Om Sri Mookambike Namah: Amme narayana, Devi narayana, lakshmi narayana, Bhadre narayana

Which state is mookambika?

Sri Mookambika Temple/State

Who is Lord mookambika?

What to do at Sri Mookambika Temple Kollur?

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Are there any warranties for Mookambika Temple Kollur?

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Which is the best time to perform pooja in Sri Mookambika?

The devotees can come and perform the pooja in the open Sri Mookambika temple hours of the temple very conveniently. The temple doors open in the early hours of dawn for Darshan to the devotees. Several ritualistic, daily poojas are performed in the temple by the priests and purohits each day.

Is the Mookambika temple open each day for darshan?

Mookambika Infoline does not represent any temple, trust or organization nor does it engage it self in performing any religious ritual. The Mookambika temple is open perennially each day for the devotees coming to offer their venerations to the Goddess. The temple is open for Darshan to the devotees from early morning to late night.