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Theerthodbhava at Talacauvery tomorrow evening at 6.43 pm
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Theerthodbhava at Talacauvery tomorrow evening at 6.43 pm

Madikeri:  With just a day left for Cauvery Theerthodbhava at Talacauvery, the birth place of Goddess Cauvery in Kodagu on Oct. 17, preparations are in full swing at Talacauvery and Bhagamandala temples for the famous religious event. Hitachi machines are working overtime at Triveni Sangama in Bhagamandala to remove silt and the district administration is…

Theerthodhbava at Talacauvery on Oct. 17 at 6.47 pm
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Theerthodhbava at Talacauvery on Oct. 17 at 6.47 pm

Madikeri:  The Annual Theerthodhbava at Talacauvery will be held on Oct. 17 at 6.47 pm on the Tula Sankramana Day, Mesha Lagna. Temple authorities told Star of Mysore that this year, the holy occurrence will be in the evening and the temple is expecting a large crowd. On this day, it is believed that Goddess…

Tourism-centric Dasara this time, moots CM Kumaraswamy
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Tourism-centric Dasara this time, moots CM Kumaraswamy

Bengaluru: The State Government has decided to celebrate Dasara festival in October on a grand scale in such a way that the festivities will be an opportunity to showcase tourism and attract maximum number of visitors to Mysuru, Kodagu, Mandya, Chamarajanagar and Chikkamagalur. Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy (HDK) has promised to release the funds needed….

Proposal to ban entry of women to Brahmagiri Hills at Talacauvery
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Proposal to ban entry of women to Brahmagiri Hills at Talacauvery

SHRC drops proceedings against Temple Committee Madikeri:  The State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has dropped proceedings against the Talacauvery Temple Committee and the Kodagu District Administration over the issue of a proposed ban on entry of women to Brahmagiri Hills in Kodagu. The SHRC had issued a notice to Talacauvery Temple Committee over the issue…

‘Ashtamangala Prashne’ ritual concludes at Talacauvery
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‘Ashtamangala Prashne’ ritual concludes at Talacauvery

The five-day event ended at the birthplace of River Cauvery where priests gave a host of instructions to preserve the sanctity of the holy place. The ritual also led to controversies where women criticised the priests for their suggestion to ban women between 10 and 50 years of age from climbing the Brahmagiri Hill. Women…

One more Subramanya Temple at Talacauvery
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One more Subramanya Temple at Talacauvery

Madikeri: During the ‘Ashtamangala Prashne’ ritual, it was suggested to completely clean the Kannike River and the lake. Also, it was discovered that there are several undiscovered places of worship at Talacauvery and efforts must be undertaken to discover them and start the puja rituals. During the questioning ceremony, the priests suggested that one more…

Ashtamangala Prashne ritual begins at Talacauvery
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Ashtamangala Prashne ritual begins at Talacauvery

Madikeri:  A three-day Ashtamangala Prashne ritual began yesterday at Talacauvery under the guidance of A.V. Narayana Poduval and team of Payyanur in Kerala. The ritual is being held to find out solutions to problems, if any, in Talacauvery. The octagonal questioning ceremony (Ashtamangala Prashne) was initiated on the day that marked the beginning of ‘Tula…

Thousands witness Cauvery Theerthodbhava
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Thousands witness Cauvery Theerthodbhava

Talacauvery: Thousands of devotees from Kodagu, across the State and Tamil Nadu flocked to Talacauvery in Kodagu district to witness the Cauvery Theerthodbhava amid religious rituals. The holy event took place exactly at 12.33 pm in Dhanur Lagna with a battery of priests chanting Vedic hymns before sprinkling holy water on the devotees. Priests said…

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