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Kollur temple darshan

Vidyaramabam

Vidyaramabam is a ritual where the goddess is worshipped as the Devi of learning and the child's first learning or writing alphabets is symbolically started from here.

Vidyaramabam at Kollur Mookambika temple the abode of Goddess Saraswathi is considered to be very auspicious . Vidyarambham on Vijayadashami day during Navaratri day is highly auspicious in Kollur but will be a crowded affair.

Akshaya Tritiya, Vasantha Panchami, Rathasapthami day are also considered auspicious.

Mookambika Temple Vidyarambham Timings

6:00 am - 1:30 pm

Tips

  • Men Should Wear White Dhoti, Upper Cloth or shirt.
  • Female: Saree with blouse/ Punjabi Dress with Dupatta / Chudidhar with Dupatta/ Half saree As this pooja performed outside the main temple, the dress code is not applicable. However, devotees will go for Goddess Mookambika Darshan after this Pooja so following Dress Code will make things easier.
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Sri Devi Mookambika Darshan

Sri Devi Mookambika is very generous in offering her blessings to all her devotees.

Sree Mookambika is unique combination of the Hindu goddesses as she embodies the powers of Mahalakshmi, Saraswathi and Kali merged into one as Adiparashakthi. Udbhava Linga of this temple represents both Purusha (male) and Shakthi (female).Devi Mookambika is Goddess of Learning,Health,Wealth and Wellbeing.

Mookambika Temple Timings

Morning 5 A.M to 1.30 PM Noon 3.00 PM to 5.00 PM (Only “Darshan” ) Evening 5.00 PM to 9.00 PM

Tips

  • Men Should Wear White Dhoti, Upper Cloth or shirt.
  • Female: Saree with blouse/ Punjabi Dress with Dupatta / Chudidhar with Dupatta/ Half saree
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ABOUT Kollur TEMPLE

Devi Shree Mookambika temple is one of those temples which eventually enters the checklist of an ardent Devi Bhaktha and it doesn’t come as a surprise considering the fame and power of this goddess. It is situated at Kollur village of Kundapur taluk in Udupi district of Karnataka. Sree Mookambika is unique combination of the Hindu goddesses as she embodies the powers of Mahalakshmi, Saraswathi and Kali merged into one as Adiparashakthi. Udbhava Linga of this temple represents both Purusha (male) and Shakthi (female). This temple is one of the holiest Siddhi Kshethras or centre of mystic powers and the Sree Mookambika is the very origin of these divine powers. She can be worshipped in any form as it is said in Skanda Purana that the jyothirlingam of Devi Mookambika is the unification of Purusha and Prakruthi or nature. The Devi Mookambika when seen as the form of Saraswathi assumes the role of Goddess of education and art and in this form she can be worshipped for educational excellence. The Devi Mookambika when seen as the form of Mahalakshmi can be seen as the Goddess of wealth. The Devi Mookambika when seen as the form of Kali or Durga will be helpful to secure health, extinguish diseases and eliminate enemies. Legend has it that one of the greatest saints – Adi Sankaracharya played an important role in the establishment of this deity. He had a desire to install an idol of the Goddess in Kerala and the goddess acceded with a condition that she will follow him and he must not look behind. If he stopped his flow and looked behind then he must install the devi’s statue there. Strangely the devi didn’t show her presence when they reached Kollur and the saint looked behind if she was following. The condition now being violated, the deity had a idol prepared and assumed the form of Mookambika in kollur. It is said that she resides in a temple in kerala (Chotanikkara) at morning and by evening comes here for the betterment of devotees in both the places. This temple hence is a spiritual magnet for all those who are sincere Devi devotees and for sure can have their material and spiritual desires fulfilled after taking the darshan of the goddess. Due to her sheer power, many kings and artists from various fields have lived their life as a devotee of the Devi.