Tag: Ashada Shukravara

Thousands offer prayer at Hill Temple on last Ashada Friday
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Thousands offer prayer at Hill Temple on last Ashada Friday

July 22, 2022

Volunteers, organisations distribute prasada across city Mysore/Mysuru: With clear skies and the Sun shining bright, thousands of devotees from in and around the city thronged Sri Chamundeshwari Temple atop Chamundi Hill on the occasion of last Ashada Shukravara this morning. The devotees began climbing the steps from 1 am to reach the Hill Temple to…

Second Ashada Shukravara: Many devotees climb Hill steps
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Second Ashada Shukravara: Many devotees climb Hill steps

July 8, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: Despite rains and cold weather, several devotees thronged Chamundeshwari Temple atop Chamundi Hill on the second Ashada Shukravara today to have darshan of the deity decorated with ‘Nagalakshmi Alankara.’ The special pujas and rituals associated with Ashada Shukravara began as early as 3.30 am. Several rituals like Mahanyasapoorvaka Rudrabhisheka, Abhisheka, various Archanas, Mahamangalarathi etc,…

2022’s first Ashada Friday tomorrow
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2022’s first Ashada Friday tomorrow

June 30, 2022

No private vehicles allowed on Chamundi Hill; Parking lot created at Lalitha Mahal Helipad Free bus facility from Helipad to Hill temple; Restrictions on July 1, 8, 15, 20 and 22 Mysore/Mysuru: This year’s first Ashada Friday, an auspicious day in the Ashada month for Hindus begins tomorrow, July 1 and along with thousands of…

Horlicks Mysore Pak awaits Ashada Friday devotees
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Horlicks Mysore Pak awaits Ashada Friday devotees

June 30, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: This year, a special type of Prasadam (Mysore Pak) made out of Horlicks awaits the devotees who come to Sri Chamundeshwari Temple atop the Chamundi Hill on the first Friday of Ashada month (Ashada Shukravara) that falls on July 1 (tomorrow).  Over 35,000 devotees will get the sweet that will be distributed by Sri…

Ahead of  first Ashada Friday, Chamundi Hill steps cleaned
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Ahead of first Ashada Friday, Chamundi Hill steps cleaned

June 29, 2022

Over 80 volunteers take part in cleaning drive Clear the stairway of plastic bags, bottles, chips packets Mysore/Mysuru: Ahead of Ashada Friday puja rituals atop Chamundi Hill from July 1, Sir M. Visvesvaraya Tap and Drainage Workers Welfare Association took up the cleaning of 1,008 steps leading to Sri Chamundeshwari Temple this morning. Over 80…

Ashada Shukravara puja rituals atop Chamundi Hill: After 2 years, entry for devotees this time
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Ashada Shukravara puja rituals atop Chamundi Hill: After 2 years, entry for devotees this time

June 28, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: With the threat of COVID-19 and its potent variants subsiding and with a boost in the confidence achieved after the double dose and a booster dose of vaccination, the District Administration has taken a decision to allow devotees to Chamundi Hill for ‘Ashada Shukravara’ puja rituals in the auspicious Ashada month that begins tomorrow….

‘Ashada’ rituals atop Chamundi Hill conclude
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‘Ashada’ rituals atop Chamundi Hill conclude

August 7, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: Curtains came down on the month-long ‘Ashada’ puja atop Chamundi Hill yesterday. This time, the rituals were restricted due to COVID-19 pandemic and held within the premises of Sri Chamundeshwari Temple. The hill top that was bustling with devotees every year, wore a deserted look this time with restriction on devotees. The special puja…

No entry to Chamundi Hill during Ashada Shukravara
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No entry to Chamundi Hill during Ashada Shukravara

July 6, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: Like last year, devotees will be banned for Ashada Friday celebrations at Sri Chamundeshwari Temple atop Chamundi Hill in the backdrop of COVID-19 regulatory measures. Devotees will not be allowed to have darshan of the deity at the Hill Temple on all Ashada Fridays this year and also at Tripura Sundari Jwalamukhi Temple at…

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