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Thousands attend Nandi Mahabhisheka
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Thousands attend Nandi Mahabhisheka

Mysuru: The Mahabhisheka to Nandi Statue atop Chamundi Hill was performed by Bettada Balaga Charitable Trust in the presence of thousands of devotees this morning. Prior to the Mahabhisheka, the Nandi Statue was cleaned with water early in the morning following which the rituals commenced at 9.30 am. Suttur Mutt Seer Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Swamiji,…

Man found dead with stab injuries near Chamundi Hill
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Man found dead with stab injuries near Chamundi Hill

Mysuru: A 33-year-old man was found dead with stab injuries at the foot of Chamundi Hill here this morning. It is suspected that the man may have been murdered yesterday midnight and the incident came to light early this morning when the devotees saw the body and informed the Police. The deceased has been identified…

Mahabhisheka to Nandi atop Hill tomorrow
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Mahabhisheka to Nandi atop Hill tomorrow

Blue velvet cloth to be draped on the Bull for the first time Mysuru: Bettada Balaga Charitable Trust has organised Mahabhisheka to the Nandi Bull atop Chamundi Hill on Nov.5 at 9.30 am. This is the 12th Mahabhisheka, but for the first time, a 54-metre-long blue velvet cloth with maroon border will be draped on…

Chamundi Temple sanctum door gets gold plating
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Chamundi Temple sanctum door gets gold plating

Mysuru: A Bengaluru-based devotee of Goddess Chamundeshwari has donated gold plating to the doors of the sanctum sanctorum of the temple atop Chamundi Hill here. Advocate Jayashree Sridhar, a resident of BTM Layout in Bengaluru, donated the gold plates worth Rs. 26 lakh for the silver doors of the Temple. The gold plating, with ‘Navadurga’…

Back to the wild
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Back to the wild

Mysuru: The one-and-a-half-year-old leopard, which had strayed into the Zoo yesterday and subsequently captured after tranquillising it, was released into its natural habitat yesterday night, said Mysuru Zoo Executive Director  C. Ravishankar. Speaking to Star of Mysore this morning, Ravishankar, however, did not disclose the place where the male leopard was released stating that National…

Wild leopard breaks into Zoo
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Wild leopard breaks into Zoo

Mysuru: A one-and-a-half-year old wild leopard broke into Mysuru Zoo here this morning creating panic among the inmates. As a result, the Zoo was closed to visitors for nearly three hours. The leopard was spotted sitting on the Peepul tree around 9 am by Zoo-keepers Raju and Shekar when they were in the Lion-tailed Macaques’…

Maharudrabhisheka to Nandi
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Maharudrabhisheka to Nandi

Mysuru: It was a feast to the eyes of hundreds of devotees of Goddess Chamundeshwari, who climbed a few steps down the hill to witness the Abhisheka to the famous Nandi statue atop Chamundi Hill, which was given a fresh look recently by water jet cleaning. The Abhisheka was performed by the members of the…

‘Operation Swan’ launched for a people-friendly Police
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‘Operation Swan’ launched for a people-friendly Police

Mysuru: Over 200 City Traffic Constables walked up the Chamundi Hill yesterday to participate in a session aimed at making them more people-friendly and tourist-friendly. They assembled near Tavarakatte at the foothills at the crack of dawn and began their march to the hilltop. The session was a part of “Operation Swan” that the city…

City crowded with tourists for Deepavali weekend
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City crowded with tourists for Deepavali weekend

Mysuru: Long weekends are always a reason to celebrate and for people smitten by the travel bug, it is the perfect time to plan a small trip. After the Dasara long weekend, it is always the Deepavali weekend one looks forward to. With holidays starting from Wednesday (Oct. 18), this Deepavali has put that cracker…

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