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Maharudrabhishekha performed to Nandi Statue atop Chamundi Hill
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Maharudrabhishekha performed to Nandi Statue atop Chamundi Hill

Mysuru:  Maharudrabhishekha for the Nandi Statue atop Chamundi Hill was performed by Mettalu Hattuva Balaga this morning on account of first Monday (Karthika Somavara) of Karthika Masa celebrations. They performed Maharudrabhishekha using 101 ingredients including ghee, milk, curds, almonds, dried fruits, sugarcane juice, banana and other items. Maharudrabhishekha began with pouring of milk (Ksheerabhisheka), followed…

4th Chamundi Hill Challenge Races: Lakshmana triumphs
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4th Chamundi Hill Challenge Races: Lakshmana triumphs

Lakshmana of Mysuru won the first prize in Tough 10 Open event for men in 4th edition of the Chamundi Hill Challenge races organised by Enduro on Nov.4, under the banner of Mysore runners, with the event being conducted by race director Ajit Thandur. Around 400 runners took part in the Challenge 21, Tough 10…

Three held for sexually harassing girl atop Chamundi Hill
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Three held for sexually harassing girl atop Chamundi Hill

Mysuru:  The Mysuru Rural Police have arrested three persons at Bharat Nagar, who had allegedly harassed a girl sexually atop Chamundi Hill besides snatching away her mobile phone and a gold chain after threatening her. The accused are Imran Pasha, Rehamath Shariff and Mubarak, all residents of Bharat Nagar in city. On Oct.25 evening, the…

Woman arrested for stealing purses atop Chamundi Hill
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Woman arrested for stealing purses atop Chamundi Hill

Five purses, Rs. 4,080 cash recovered Mysuru:  K.R. Police, have arrested a 68-year-old woman on charges of stealing purses from women bus commuters at Chamundi Hill Bus Stand on Wednesday and have recovered five purses and Rs. 4,080 cash from her. The accused is Jayamma, a resident of Gayathripuram in city. As Wednesday was a…

Tourist rush continues; gate collections surge
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Tourist rush continues; gate collections surge

Mysuru:  The city is witnessing a large number of tourist footfalls. Visitors are flooding Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, Mysore Palace, Chamundi Hill and Brindavan Gardens at Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) Reservoir even after two days of the culmination of Dasara festivities. As schools and colleges will be reopened from tomorrow after Dasara vacation, visitors thronged the…

VVIPs visit Chamundi Hill
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VVIPs visit Chamundi Hill

Mysuru:  Thousands of devotees, visitors and tourists thronged atop Chamundi Hill this morning a day after Jumboo Savari procession last evening. Union Minister of Civil Aviation Suresh Prabhu, the 29th Chief Justice of High Court of Karnataka Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, High Court Justice B.V. Nagarathna and other  prominent personalities also visited the temple. Visitors from…

Yoga Trek to Chamundi Hill
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Yoga Trek to Chamundi Hill

Mysuru: As many as 1,000 yoga enthusiasts of all age groups, including women and children, took part in the Yoga Trek to Chamundi Hill here this morning. Most of them climbed the hill swiftly, while few were seen resting midway and resuming the trek after few minutes. The event was organised by Pathanjali Yoga Shikshana…

Infosys Foundation Chairperson Sudha Murty inaugurates Dasara Festival
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Infosys Foundation Chairperson Sudha Murty inaugurates Dasara Festival

Mysuru: The 10-day Dasara festival showcasing the cultural diversity of Mysuru and Karnataka was formally inaugurated atop Chamundi Hill by Infosys Foundation Chairperson Sudha Murty this morning. Chanting prayers, philanthropist and writer Sudha Murty showered flower petals on the ‘Utsava Murthy’ of Goddess Chamundeshwari placed in a silver chariot in the Chamundeshwari Temple Complex at…

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