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Kollur Mookambika Temple 2022 Annual Car Festival Dates

Kollur Sri Mookambika Temple is located at Kollur in Byndoor, Udupi District in Tulunadu Region, Karnataka State. It is a Hindu temple dedicated to the mother goddess known as Mookambika Devi. It is located in the foothills of the Kodachadri Hills, on the southern bank of the Souparnika River. Located between Gokarna and Kanyakumari, it is believed to have been created by sage Parashurama.

The main deity of the temple is a Swayambhu (self-born) jyotirlinga with a golden line cutting it in the middle, in which the left half represents Tridevis and the right half represents Trimurtis. Along with this, a four-handed panchaloha idol of goddess Mookambika is also installed. Rathotsava in the month of Phalguna and Navaratri in the month of Ashwina are the main festivals of this temple. Goddess Mookambika is said to be the name given to Goddess Shakti after she killed the demon Mookasura (also known as Kaumasura).

The annual festival of Sri Mookambika Ammavaru will be held every March or April. The main day is Maha Rathotsava. This year the festival will start on 18th March and ends on 27th March 2022.

Kollur Mookambika Devi

Kollur Mookambika 2022 Annual Car Festival Schedule:

18th March
7:30 AM – Ganapathi Prathana, Nandi Punyaha, Simhayaga,           Ankuradhivasa
10.00 AM – Dwajarohana
7:30 PM – Yagashala Pravesha, Rajju Bandhana, Muhurthabali, Bherithadana, Kauthuka Bandhana, Nagarotsava.

19th March
5:00 PM Mangalyotsava (katte ustav)
9:00 PM Mayurarohanotsava

20th March
5:00 PM Mangalyotsava
9:00 PM Dolarohanotsava

21st March
5:00 PM Mangalyotsava
9:00 PM Pushpamantaparohanotsava

22nd March
5:00 PM Mangalyotsava
9:00 PM Vrashabharohanotsava

23rd March
5:00 PM Mangalyotsava
9:00 PM Gajarohanotsava

24th March
10.15 AM – Shikhara Prathiste
4:00 PM – Mangalyotsava
7.30:00 PM – Hirerangapooja
9:00 PM – Simharohanotsava

25th March
9:30 AM – Muhurthabali, Kshiprabali, Rathabali
11:50 AM  – Ratharohana
5:00 PM – Maha Rathotsava

26th March
7:00 PM Okuli, Avabhrutha Snana

27th March
7:30 AM – Ashwaarohanotsava
8:30 AM – Mahapoornaahuti
9:00 AM – Dwaja Avarohana, Poornakumbhabisheka, Distribution of Ankura Prasad.

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