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Kollur Mookambika Devi Temple Karnataka, Timings, Sevas, Accommodation

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Kollur Mookambika Devi Temple Timings:

Morning: 5.00 A.M to 1.30 PM
Noon: 3.00 PM to 5.00 PM (Only “Darshan”)
Evening: 5.00 PM to 9.00 PM (Except on Special days)

Kollur Mookambika Devi Temple Pooja Timings:

Morning Timings:
5.00 am : Temple Door opens
5.15 am : Abhishekam
5.30 am : Ganahoma (1 Coconut)
6.30 am : Morning worship (Pooja) starts
7.15 am : Dantha Dhavana Mangalarathi
7.30 am : Panchamritha Abhishekam
7.45 am : Naivedya
8.00 am : Morning Mangalarathi and “Bali” Utsavam
8.15 am : End of Morning Bali Utsava

Noon Timings:
11.30 am : Noon Pooja starts
12.30 pm : Maha Mangalarathi and afternoon “Bali Utsava”
1.30 pm : Temple Doors Closes

Evening Timings:
6.30 : Pradosha Pooja starts. Panchamritha Abhisheka
7.00 pm : Naivedya
7.15 pm : Mangalarathi
7.30 pm : Salam Mangalarathi

Morning From 5.00 am to 7.15 am and 7.45 am to 11.30 am Devotees are allowed for “Darshan”

Noon From 12.00 to 12.20 pm and 12.45 to 1.30 pm, devotees are allowed for “Darshan” 3.00 pm The Temple door opens
Afternoon 3.00 pm to 6.30 pm Devotees are allowed for “Darshan” (Afternoon 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm there can be only “ Darshan” and Sevas will not be performed)

Evening 7.45 pm Mangalarathi for all accompanying Deities.
8.00 pm Naivedyam, “ Bali” and Mangalarathi
8.15 pm Night “ Bali” Utsava
8.30 pm Utsava Moorthi is placed at the Saraswathi Mantapa, and naivedya with Beaten rice, coconut. After that,Mangalarathi and Ashtavadana Seve Vedaghosha, Sangeetha, Shruthivadya,Sarvavadya). Once it is over Shree Devi will be taken inside the Temple
9.00 pm Kashaya Mangalarathi

Evening 5.00 pm to 9.00 pm Devotees are allowed Darshan (except on days special Festivities/occasions)

Sri Mookambika Temple Kollur

Mookambika Devi Temple Sevas Performed:

1) ANNA SANTHARPANA FOR 1 TIME – Performed Daily
2) ANNAPRASHANA KANIKE – Performed Daily
3) ASHTOTHARA BHASMARCHANA – Performed Daily
4) ASHTOTHARA KUMKUMARCHANA – Performed Daily
5) CHANDIKA PARAYANA – Performed – Performed Daily
6) CHAVALA KANIKE – Performed – Performed Daily
7) EKADASHA RUDRABHISHEKA – Performed – Performed Daily
8) EKAWARA RUDRABHISHEKA – Performed Daily
9) ELEPHANT GATE DARSHAN Not performed
10) FRIDAY POOJA WITH COCONUT NAIVEDYA FOR 1 YEAR Weekly

11) FRIDAY POOJA WITH RICE, COCONUT NAIVEDYA FOR 1 YEAR Weekly
12) GANAHOMA OF 1 COCONUT – Performed Daily
13) GHEE LAMP – Performed Daily
14) HANNUKAI (2 COCONUT) – Performed Daily
15) HARIVANA NAIVEDYA – Performed Daily
16) HOMA PRAYASCHITHA ( It is Not a Seva) – Performed Daily
17) KARPOORA ARATHI – Performed Daily
18) KSHEERABHISHEKA – Performed Daily
19) LADDU (PRASADA) – Performed Daily
20) LALKI UTHSAVA – Performed Daily

21) MAHA POOJA – Performed Daily
22) MAHA PRASADA (PRASADA) – Performed Daily
23) MAHA TRIMADHURA – Performed Daily
24) MOOKAMBIKA ALANKARA POOJA – Performed Daily
25) NAI AAPPAM – Performed Daily
26) NAMAKARNA KANIKE – Performed Daily
27) NANDA DEEPA FOR 1 YEAR – Performed Daily
28) NITHYA NAIVEDYA FOR 1 MONTH – Performed Daily
29) NORTH GATE DARSHAN ( It is Not a Seva) – Performed Daily
30) PANCHA POOJA Not Performed

31) PANCHAKAJJAYA (PRASADA) – Performed Daily
32) PANCHAMRITHA – Performed Daily
33) PARAMANNA NAIVEDYA – Performed Daily
34) PARIVARA POOJA – Performed Daily
35) PHALA PANCHAMRITHA Not Performed
36) PUNYA PRAYASCHITHA ( It is Not a Seva) – Performed Daily
37) PUSHPA RATHOSTHSAVA – Performed Daily
38) PUSHPANJALI – Performed Daily
39) SAHASRANAMA BHASMARCHANA – Performed Daily
40) SAHASRANAMA KUMKUMARCHANA – Performed Daily

41) SHANKARACHARYA PEETA DARSHAN ( It is Not a Seva) – Performed Daily
42) SHATHA RUDRABHISHEKA – Performed Daily
43) THEERTHA BOTTLE (PRASADA) – Performed Daily
44) THULABARA SEVA KANIKE – Performed Daily
45) TRIMADHURA Not Performed
46) TRISHATHI BHASMARCHANA – Performed Daily
47) TRISHATHI KUMKUMARCHANA – Performed Daily
48) UPANAYANA KANIKE – Performed Daily
49) UTTAMA MAHA TRIMADHURA – Performed Daily
50) VADA NAIVEDYA – Performed Daily

51) VAHANA POOJA(HEAVY VEHICAL) – Performed Daily
52) VAHANA POOJA(LIGHT VEHICAL) – Performed Daily
53) VEERABHADRA ALANKARA POOJA – Performed Daily
54) VIDHYARAMBA KANIKE – Performed Daily
55) VITHI(BHAGAVATHI SEVA) – Performed Daily

Mookambika Devi Temple of Kollur, situated at about 147 km from Mangalore in Karnataka is one of the most popular temples of Southern India. It has scenic surroundings provided by the banks of the river Sauparnika and the Kudashadri hill. Millions of pilgrims visit the temple every year. The temple is associated with the esteemed Hindu saint and Vedic scholar Adi Shankara and holds great significance to the devotees. It is believed that about 1200 years ago Adi Shankara perceived the idea of this temple and he himself installed the idol of Devi Mookambika in the temple. People have immense faith in this Temple as Goddess Mookambika is considered as a manifestation of Shakti, Saraswathi and Mahalakshmi. Mookambika Devi Temple is one of the ‘Seven Muktistala’ pilgrimage sites in Karnataka, the others being Kollur, Udupi, Subrahmanya, Kumbasi, Kodeshwara, Sankaranarayana and Gokarna.

About Kollur Sri Mookambika Temple:

The architecture of Mookambika Devi Temple is that of the Kerala style. It has a big courtyard and a spacious shrine where the beautiful idol of Mookambika Devi is placed in the form of Jyotir-Linga, integrating both Shiva and Shakthi. The material of the idol is Panchaloha, an alloy of five metals. Seated in Padmaasana posture, the Goddess holds ‘Shanku’ and ‘Chakra’ in her two upper hands and shows ‘Abhaya’ mudra and ‘Varada’ mudra in her other hands. The Idol is decorated with gold and diamond jewelry. Idols of Goddess Parvathi and Saraswathi are there on either side of the Mookambika Devi.

There are smaller shrines in the corridor around the sanctum where 10-handed Lord Vinayaka, Subramanya, Anjaneya, Veerabhadra and Adi Shankara are worshipped. The image of Anjaneya was installed by Madhwa Acharya, Sri Vadiraja Swami.

Other Places of Interest inside Kollur Mookambika Devi Temple:

There are many interesting places in and around the Temple which attracts the devotees. Maaranaghatta is a place at about 28 km from Kollur, which has mythological relevance because Mookambika Devi is believed to have conquered the demon Mookasura at this place. As destined by the Goddess, Mookasura is worshipped here. Interestingly, a Car Festival is also conducted in honour of Mookasura.

Kollur Sri Mookambika Temple Festivals Celebrated:

Navarathri Festivities, Dhanurmasa, Shivarathri, The Annual Festival, Ugadi, Ashtabhandha Brahmakalashotsava
and Chandika Homa are the Festivals Celebrated celebrated in Kollur Mookambika Devi Temple.

Kollur Sri Mookambika Temple Accommodation:

There are A/C, Non A/C Single Bed rooms and Double Bed rooms available at the Temple maintained guesthouse.

Kollur Sri Mookambika Temple Accommodation Terms/Conditions:

Devotees can book rooms before one days or before m months in Advance.
Cancellation facility is not provided by the temple, the booking amount is not refunded, these money is used for seva/kanike.
Confirmation slip and identity proof should be provide at the time of Check IN.

How to Reach Kollur Sri Mookambika Temple:

By Bus: Kollur Main Bus terminus is just 500 meters from the Temple.

By Train: Kundapura Railway Stations is 32 Kms and Byndoor Railway Stations is 28 Kms from the temple.

By Air: Mangalore Airport is 135 Kms from the Temple.

Interesting Places near Kollur Temple:

1) Maranakatte Shri Brahma lingesvara Temple 25 KM
2) Murudeshwara (Murudeshwara Swami Temple) 60 KM
3) Anegudde (Kumbhasi Shri Siddhivinayak Temple, near Kundapura) 45 KM
4) Kamalashile 34 KM
5) Hattiyangadi (Shri Siddhivinayak Temple) 32 KM
6) Udupi Sri Krishna Math 76 KM
7) Kirimanjeshwar Temple – 31 KM
8) Shankaranarayana (Shankar Narayana God) 40 KM
9) Saukuru Durgaparameshwari 31 KM
10) Bagvadi Mahisamardini 30 KM
11) Byndoor Seneshvara Temple 28 KM
12) Arasina Gundi Falls 10 KM
13) Anejari 5 KM
14) Belakal Thirtha 23. Km
15) Mudagal 20 KM
16) Kodachadri 37 KM
17) Barkur Fort, 63 KM
18) Maravanthe Beach 37 KM

Kollur Sri Mookambika Temple Distance:

Tirupati 707 kms
Bengaluru 459 kms
Hyderabad 769 kms
Mumbai 818 kms
Chennai 812 kms

Kollur Sri Mookambika Temple Address:

Sri Mookambika Temple, Kollur,
Kundapura Taluk,
Udupi District,
Karnataka – 576 220.

Contact Numbers: 02854-258221
Fax: 08254-258221

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