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Devotees can visit M.M. Hills Temple during Deepavali
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Devotees can visit M.M. Hills Temple during Deepavali

October 31, 2021

Chamarajanagar: With Corona pandemic receding, the Chamarajanagar District Administration, in a crucial decision, has allowed devotees to visit the famed M.M. Hills Temple (Malai Mahadeshwaraswamy Temple) in Hanur taluk of the district, during oncoming Deepavali. This decision was taken at the M.M. Hills Temple Development Authority held at Chamarajanagar DC Office here on Thursday. Deputy…

Sevas resume at M.M.Hills temple
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Sevas resume at M.M.Hills temple

October 18, 2021

Hanur: With COVID pandemic subsiding, all temple sevas and services of Malai Mahadeshwaraswamy atop M.M.Hills in Hanur taluk of Chamarajanagar district have resumed. Following the outbreak of the COVID pandemic last year, the authorities had stopped all services and sevas at the Hill temple as a precautionary measure. Chamarajanagar DC Dr. M.R. Ravi, in an…

Muzrai Dept. orders closure of all temples in State
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Muzrai Dept. orders closure of all temples in State

April 22, 2021

Chamundi Hill temple shut for devotees till May 4; Online sevas available at MM Hill temple Bengaluru: The Muzrai Department on Wednesday ordered closure of all its temples across Karnataka for the devotees until May 4. However, the order directed priests and supporting staff to continue the rituals and puja in the absence of the…

M.M. Hills Ugadi Rathotsava on April 13 cancelled
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M.M. Hills Ugadi Rathotsava on April 13 cancelled

April 11, 2021

Hanur: The Ugadi Rathotsava at the famous M.M. Hills Temple in Hanur taluk of Chamarajanagar district, which was scheduled to take place on Apr. 13, has been cancelled due to the spike in COVID-19 pandemic. Following public demand, the Chamarajanagar Deputy Commissioner had allowed conduct of Rathotsava on Apr.13, limiting the number of devotees to…

Entry of devotees restricted at  M.M. Hills from Apr.10 to 13
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Entry of devotees restricted at M.M. Hills from Apr.10 to 13

April 5, 2021

Hanur: With the threat of second wave of COVID-19 pandemic looming large, the M.M. Hills Temple Development Authority has restricted the entry of devotees to the M.M. Hills Temple for the upcoming Ugadi festival Jatra, scheduled to take place from Apr. 10 to 13. As a precautionary measure to control the spread of COVID-19  pandemic,…

MM Hills forest staff lose sleep over Shivaratri
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MM Hills forest staff lose sleep over Shivaratri

February 20, 2020

Forest Department goes all out to prevent fire on Male Mahadeshwara Hills By M.T. Yogesh Kumar Mysore/Mysuru: While the devout and the faithful stay awake all night for Mahashivaratri, the Forest Department personnel are duty-bound to keep their eyes wide open 24/7 at Male Mahadeshwara Hills to fight forest fires. Lakhs of devotees throng the…

Rathotsava held amidst sea of devotees at M.M. Hills
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Rathotsava held amidst sea of devotees at M.M. Hills

October 30, 2019

Hanur: The annual Rathotsava that takes place every year during Deepavali was held amidst a sea of devotees at the famous Male Mahadeshwara Hills (M.M. Hills) shrine in Hanur taluk of Chamarajanagar district yesterday. The grand Rathotsava took place in the auspicious time between 7.15 am and 9 am with all the associated rituals. The…

S.M. Krishna visits M.M. Hills
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S.M. Krishna visits M.M. Hills

March 14, 2017

 Former Union Minister S.M. Krishna visited M.M. Hills in the taluk yesterday. Krishna, accompanied by his wife Prema, performed special pujas at the temple as Lord Mahadeshwara is said to be the home deity of Krishna. Speaking to presspersons later, Krishna said that the visit to the temple was just to have a darshan of…

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