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Last Ashada Friday Devotees throng Chamundi Hill
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Last Ashada Friday Devotees throng Chamundi Hill

Mysuru: Thousands of devotees thronged the Chamundeshwari Temple atop the Chamundi Hill on the occasion of last Ashada  Friday this morning. Devotees reached the hill-top as early as 2 am and stood in queues till 5.30 am before the temple doors were open for darshan of Goddess Chamundeshwari. As usual, special puja rituals began at…

Seeking HDK back as CM, State Women JD(S) leaders offer puja at Ch’Hill
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Seeking HDK back as CM, State Women JD(S) leaders offer puja at Ch’Hill

Mysuru: State JD(S) Women Brigade Members offered special puja to Goddess Sri Chamundeshwari at the Temple atop Chamundi Hill here yesterday morning seeking H.D. Kumaraswamy (HDK) back as the Chief Minister. About 200 women JD(S) leaders from Mysuru, Tumakuru, Bengaluru, Kalaburagi, Raichur and other districts climbed the steps to reach the Hill Temple. Earlier to…

Classical Music Concert at Chamundi Hill Temple
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Classical Music Concert at Chamundi Hill Temple

On the occasion of Vardhanti Mahotsava of Goddess Sri Chamundeshwari on July 16, S.V. Poornashree and Aparna Kodankiri, disciples of Vid. M.S. Naveen, presented a Classical Music Concert in Raga Ragini Mantapa atop Chamundi Hill under the aegis of the Department of Kannada and Culture.

Ch. Hill Temple: Rs. 15.36 lakh collection on Vardhanti
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Ch. Hill Temple: Rs. 15.36 lakh collection on Vardhanti

Mysuru: On the day of Sri Chamundeshwari Vardhanti Mahotsav, on July 16, the Chamundi Hill Temple recorded a collection of Rs. 15,36,340 from the entry ticket fee. The total amount collected on three Ashada Fridays and Vardhanti stands at Rs. 80,06,370 while last year it stood at Rs. 30,30,950 and in 2015 it was Rs….

Chamundi Hill Temple earns Rs. 64.70 lakh on three Fridays
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Chamundi Hill Temple earns Rs. 64.70 lakh on three Fridays

Mysuru: The third Ashada Shukravara (Friday) on July 14 saw the highest entry ticket collection so far at the Chamundi Hill Temple that stood at Rs. 23,78,250. This is more than double the entry ticket collection of the third Ashada Friday last year that stood at Rs. 9,40,000. This year, the total revenue collected through…

Thousands witness Chamundi Vardhanti
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Thousands witness Chamundi Vardhanti

Mysuru: Thousands of devotees drawn from Mysuru and parts of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh had the darshan of Mysuru’s presiding deity Goddess Sri Chamundeshwari this morning on  Sri Chamundeshwari Vardhanti Mahotsava. Vardhanti, or the birthday of the Goddess was celebrated today, the saptami day or Krishna paksha, in Ashada, commemorating the day on which…

Chamundi Hill parapet walls defaced
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Chamundi Hill parapet walls defaced

At a time when the District Administration is installing gates at the entrances of Chamundi Hill to prevent night entry and illegal activities, a few social media posts showed yesterday that the parapet walls leading up to the iconic Hill has been vandalised by some people with graffiti. The walls, along with structures on the…

Traffic Cops conduct special drive atop Chamundi Hill
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Traffic Cops conduct special drive atop Chamundi Hill

Mysuru: The Mysuru City Traffic Police, who conducted a special drive on two-wheeler riders for violating traffic rules between 5 pm and 10 pm on July 9, have booked 103 cases against traffic rules violators and have also seized three bikes. The cops have booked 103 cases against two-wheeler riders for triple riding, performing wheelie,…

Telescope soon at Gaali Mantapa atop Ch. Hill
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Telescope soon at Gaali Mantapa atop Ch. Hill

Mysuru: The ancient Gopura or Watch Tower (Gaali Mantapa) atop Chamundi Hill is in for a major makeover with the installation of a telescope to view the panoramic scenes of Mysuru city; a beautiful park so that tourists can enjoy a windy time and strong fencing to prevent graffiti and ugly writings on the walls…

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