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Chamundeshwari Temple Mysore Abhishekam Online Booking

Know more details about the Chamundeshwari Temple Mysore Abhishekam Online Booking, Chamundeshwari Temple Abhishekam Timings Darshan Pooja

In ‘Skanda Purana’ and other ancient scriptures there is a sacred place called ‘Trimutha Kshetra’ surrounded by eight hills. Lying towards the west are the Chamundi hills, one of the eight hills. In earlier days, the hill was known as ‘Mahabaladri’ in honor of Lord Shiva who resides in the ‘Mahabaleshwar Temple’. This is an ancient temple on the hills.
In later days, the hill was called ‘Chamundi Hills’ in honor of Devi Chamundi, the main subject of ‘Devi Mahatme’. This goddess is believed to be an incarnation of Parvati, wife of Lord Shiva. A large number of devotees from all over the country and abroad visit this temple every year. They believe that the deity fulfills their wishes and aspirations.

Chamundeshwari Temple Mysore Abhishekam Online Booking

Abhishekam is one of the most sought pooja by the pilgrims in the Chamundi temple in Mysore. The details of the Abhishekam at the temple is as below

Abhishekam Timings: 6 AM to 7.30 AM and 6 PM to 7.30 PM, Friday 5 AM to 6.30 AM

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How to reach the temple

By Road: Chamundi Hills reach a height of 3,489 feet MSL and can be seen from a distance while travelling towards Mysore. There is a good motorable road to the top. Apart from the Mysore side, there is also a motorable road from the Nanjangud side from its back side. There are bus facilities to visit the hills. Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) operates daily regular bus services for the convenience of pilgrims and others.

By Rail: The nearest railway station to the temple is Mysore, which is 6 km from the temple

By Air: The temple can be reached via the nearest Mysore Airport (7 km), which is well connected by regular domestic flights to Delhi, Mumbai.

Apart from the Chamundeshwari temple, one can see the Mahabaladri, Narayanaswamy temples and idols of Mahishasura and Nandi, there are some other interesting places on the Chamundi Hills. Lalit Palace is one of them. It belonged to the royal family of Mysore. Maharajas used to stay in this palace for a while whenever they visited the hills. Built on a hilltop, it offers a fascinating bird’s eye view of Mysore city and the far reaches. Lalithadri Palace was built during the reign of Krishnaraja Wadayar IV.

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