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Sri Mookambika Temple, Kollur

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
Learn about the history and mythology behind Sri Mookambika Temple, a Hindu shrine dedicated to the goddess of fertility and love. As the stories go, a demon once harassed various deities at this temple until the goddess Mookambika killed him and restored peace. When you visit, look for a golden sword gifted to the temple by a popular Indian actor. To avoid crowds and join in prayers, visit early in the morning. Remember to dress appropriately--women may want to carry a shawl to wear inside the temple. Using our online itinerary creator, Kollur attractions like Sri Mookambika Temple can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • The temple was too crowded and unclean. Otherwise generally it is an ok place if you want to get darshan. Parking is about 100mts away from the temple. For general queue which is free of cost, one wil...  read more »
  • We visited Mookambika Temple this month. We were a group of 10 including a kid. We reached the place by around 11 in the morning, had the darshan by around 12:30. It was a beautiful experience and a d...  read more »
  • It rained before we reached the temple and thank God it had stopped just as we arrived. Another wonderful blessing I must say! The temple is built very similar to the Kerala style temples and goddess ...  read more »
  • Ammae devi saranam... Just standing in front of the sannidanam can make one forget his worldly pains... What can one say about seeing the bhagavathy up close..!!!
  • devi amma saranam when we are coming to the temple its not by ours decision its devi amma thought to give the way for darshan and success
  • First time I am coming to have devi blessings.....I dont know what offering to do and how to do (for job and marriage). pls drop the suggestions...
  • Mookambika Amma vaaru great dharshan and rituals when we went at 8pm
  • Another typical tulunadu style temple, more popular among Keralites
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