Tag: Ashada Friday

Gold chain, cash stolen atop Chamundi Hill
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Gold chain, cash stolen atop Chamundi Hill

July 28, 2019

Mysuru: Miscreants have stolen a gold chain and a purse containing cash from a woman, who was boarding the bus atop Chamundi Hill on the last Ashada Friday. The woman, who lost her eight grams gold earrings, five grams finger ring, 15 grams gold chain and a purse with Rs.4,000 cash, is Sumalatha. Sumalatha, who…

Devotees throng Chamundi Hill temple on last Ashada Friday
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Devotees throng Chamundi Hill temple on last Ashada Friday

July 26, 2019

Mysuru: Braving early morning intermittent drizzle, thousands of devotees from the city, thronged the Chamundeshwari Temple atop Chamundi Hill to seek blessings of the deity on the auspicious last Ashada Friday today. There was a serpentine queue at Lalitha Mahal helipad  much before the KSRTC started operating free buses to reach the hill top. The…

Revanna drives to Chamundi temple; Shobha climbs 1,008 hill steps
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Revanna drives to Chamundi temple; Shobha climbs 1,008 hill steps

July 19, 2019

Who will Goddess Chamundeshwari Bless this Ashada Friday? Mysuru:Even as the JD(S)-Congress Coalition Government is seeking a Vote of Confidence today in the Assembly, PWD Minister H.D. Revanna, who is also the elder brother of Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy, took time from the fluid political situation in the State capital and visited Chamundeshwari Temple atop…

‘CM Kumaraswamy has blessings of Goddess Chamundeshwari’
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‘CM Kumaraswamy has blessings of Goddess Chamundeshwari’

July 12, 2019

Big Brother H.D. Revanna offers prayer at Hill temple Mysuru: Even as the JD(S)-Congress Coalition Government is tottering following the resignation of 18 MLAs, PWD Minister H.D. Revanna found time to visit Chamundeshwari temple atop the Hill this morning on the second Ashada Friday and offer special prayers to the deity. Revanna, who arrived at…

First Ashada Friday generates over three tipper loads of trash atop Hill
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First Ashada Friday generates over three tipper loads of trash atop Hill

July 10, 2019

Namma Mysuru Foundation and others clear the mess Mysuru: Members of Namma Mysuru Foundation (NMF), along with those of other organisations, cleaned the trash littered by visitors at Chamundi Hill Temple on the first Ashada Friday and the cleaning operation was done yesterday.  The cleaning campaign was launched by ZP Assistant Secretary K.S. Manoj Kumar…

All set for first Ashada Friday atop Chamundi Hill tomorrow
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All set for first Ashada Friday atop Chamundi Hill tomorrow

July 4, 2019

Mysuru: With the first Ashada Friday puja set to take place at Chamundi Temple atop Chamundi Hill tomorrow,  the District Administration has made all arrangements for the devotees to have hassle-free darshan of the deity. Thousands of devotees from the city and elsewhere are expected to take part in tomorrow’s first Ashada Friday of the…

35,000 ladoos for devotees
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35,000 ladoos for devotees

July 4, 2019

Mysuru: Carrying on with the tradition, Chamundeshwari Seva Samithi is almost through with the preparation of 35,000 ladoos at Nityananda Kalyana Mantapa in J.P. Nagar here, which will be distributed to the devotees on the first Ashada Friday tomorrow at Dasoha Bhavan atop Chamundi Hill. The Samithi has been taking up the special floral decoration…

City Police issues guidelines for Ashada Friday at Chamundi Hill
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City Police issues guidelines for Ashada Friday at Chamundi Hill

July 3, 2019

Traffic restricted; Free bus facility from Lalitha Mahal Helipad from 2 am to 8.30 pm; Passes for vehicles; Battery-operated vehicles for Specially-abled Mysuru: With hundreds of thousands of devotees expected to visit Chamundi Hill on Ashada Fridays — July 5, 12, 19 and 26 and also for Chamundeshwari Janmothsava on July 24, the City Police…

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