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Kollur, IN

Our Vision is to make Mookabika's Abode a unique Spiritual pilgrimage location. Our Mission is to proactively participate in making Kollur a place where world Class facilities are made available for Devi Mookambika Devotees.

Hotel Provides Service Assistance:

Our aim is to provide best possible service to our Guests staying at our Residency while they are on pilgrimage or visiting Kollur.

  • > Guide you rightful to Temple Office and its concerned Archakas for performing Homams & Poojas.
  • > Guide you to travel cost effectively during visit to Kollur & Surrounding tourist places.
  • > Help you with proper choice of different type of accommodation at Kollur Mookambika other than our Hotel.
  • > Liaison of behalf of you to get Good, Safe and Comfortable Taxis with Good Drivers for your travel.
  • > Provide Event Management Service ( complete arrangement Services for Food catering, Lighting, Pendal / Pandal & accommodation )for Marriage & other
       Major events

Mookambika Temple info:

Kollur Mookambika Temple Pooja Timings :


5:00 to 6:30 am

Temple Main Gate Opens: Devotees can Have Nirmalyam Dharshan
Ekadravya- Eka Nalikera Ganahoma

6:30 am

Pooja Offerings Starts.
Danthadhavana Pooja, Guda Shunti Naivedyam

7:30 to 8:30 am

Morning Pooja with Panchamritha Abhishekam, Thrimadhura and Anna Naivedyam, Bali, Nithyothsava, Pallakki Uthsavam, Distribution of Thirthaprasadam & Thrimudram. Pooja to the Parivara Devatas.

11:00 am onwards

Mahapooja with Panchamrithabhishekam, Mahanaivedyam

12:30 pm (noon)

Mahamangalarthi, Noon Bali Uthasavam

2:00 pm

Kavatabandhanam (Door closure) In Mookambika Temple

12:30 to 2:00 pm

Anna Prasadam- Free lunch for devotees

3:00 pm

Kavatodghatanam, Devidarshanam begins for the afternoon

6:30 pm

Pradoshakala Pooja begins In the Temple

7:30 pm

Pooja with Panchamritham and Mahamangalarthi

8:00 to 8:15 pm

Pooja to the Parivara Devatas, Mangalarthi

8:00 to 10:00 pm

Anna Prasadam- Free meals for devotees

8:15 pm

Rathripooja, Rathri Bali, Nithyothsavam in palaquin Ashthvadhana Seva at 
Saraswathi Mantapa

9:00 pm

Shayanothsavam, Kashaya Mangalarthi, Distribution of Kashaya Thirtham and then Kavatabandhanam(Door closure)

Mookambika Temple Seva List – 2015-2016


No.
NAME OF THE SEVAS
RATE

1

Sahasranama Kumkumarchana

50.00

2

Trishathi Kumkumarchana

30.00

3

Ashtothara Kumkumarchana

15.00

4

Sahasranama Bhasmarchana

25.00

5

Thrishathi Bhasmarchana

15.00

6

Ashtothara Bhasmarchana

10.00

7

Panchamritha

100.00

8

Harivana Naivedya

100.00

9

Paramanna Naivedya

75.00

10

Vada Naivedya

100.00

11

Nai Appam

100.00

12

Pancha Pooja

400.00

13

Parivara Pooja

500.00

14

Ksheerabhisheka

15.00

15

Pushpanjali

10.00

16

Trimadhura

30.00

17

Maha Trimudhara

50.00

18

Uttama Maha Trimadhura

200.00

19

Phala Panchamritha

50.00

20

Ekawara Rudrabhisheka

30.00

21

Ekadasha Rudrabhisheka

100.00

22

Shatha Rudrabhisheka

800.00

23

Karpoora Arathi

15.00

24

Ganahoma - 1 Coconut

150.00

25

Ganahoma -12 Coconut

1500.00

26

Mookambika Alankara Pooja

75.00

27

Veerabhadra Alankara Pooja

40.00

28

Lalki Uthsava

500.00

29

Pushpa Rathosthava

1200.00

30

Nithya Naivedya for one month

800.00

31

Mahapooja

8000.00

32

Friday Pooja with Rice & Coconut Naivedya – 1 year

2000.00

33

Friday Pooja with Coconut Naivedya – 1 year

1300.00

34

Nandadeepa for one year

5000.00

35

Ghee Lamp

30.00

36

Punyaha Prayaschita

200.00

37

Homa Prayaschita

350.00

38

Chandika Parayana

100.00

39

Anebagilu (West Gate) Dharshana

30.00

40

North Gate Dharshana

100.00

41

Shankaracharya Peeta Dharshana

50.00

42

Chandika Homa ( Chandi Homa)

8000.00

43

Vidyaramba Kanike

200.00

44

Annaprashana Kanike

100.00

45

Namakarana Kanike

100.00

46

Upanayana Kanike

100.00

47

Chavala Kanike

50.00

48

Vidhi (Bhagavathi Seva)

50.00

49

Thulabhara Seva Kanike

300.00

50

Panchakajjaya

10.00

51

Hannukai Kanike (Two coconut)

50.00

52

Theertha per Botttle

10.00

53

Anna Santharpane for one time

15,000.00

54

Vahana Pooja (Light Vehicle)

100.00

56

Vahana Pooja (Heavy vehicle)

200.00

57

Deepastamba Lightning

3,000.00

58

Maha Prasada

100.00

59

Udayastamana Pooja (Gold Chariot)

15,000.00

60

Shathachandi Havana Sthalakanike

11,101.00

61

Laddu Prasad

25.00

62

Direct Entrance

500.00

63

Different Homa Sthalakanike

1,101.00

64

Pooja Mandal Kalasha Sthalakanike

501.00


Note :

  • The rates quoted above is updated from Mookambika Temple Seva list as on 28th July 2015.
  • Kindly note the Temple management has not appointed any agents or representative except the Executive Officer and therefore please do not be
         misguided.
  • Sevas if any to be performed to Divine Mother may please be intimated separately & respective amount sent by M.O. or A/c Payee, D.D or Cheque etc.
         Payable at Syndicate Bank, Kollur Branch.
  • All Correspondence to be made only with the executive Officer, Mookambika Temple - Kollur.
  • Donations for free meals (Anna Santharpane) are also accepted, please give clear and correct full address in M.O. coupon.

HOMAMS AT MOOKAMBIKA TEMPLE

A Homa is a sacred fire ceremony in which various forms of the Divine powers are invoked for offering to please each invoked divine powers and eventually the Prohit/archakas act as pleaders to pray on behalf of Devotee who actually sponsers to conduct such Homa Rituals. This Homa Ritual needs to be conducted as per Ancient religious practices written in Holy Scriptures. Conducting this Homa ceremony actually refers to ritual in which primary action is making the offerings into a consecrated fire to one or many divine powers defined as per Vedas.

It is believed that Agni (God of fire) carries the dravya (offerings into the fire) to the concerned deity. This procedure ( Thantra) is strictly followed with (Manthras) involves japam (chanting mantras) and kriyas (deeds) is set of instruction codes as per Shastra's chanted properly in Sanskrit Language by learned Prohith's / Archakas. They use ( Yantras) a base Kunda and relative prescrible and defined Occult Symbols referring to different Divine Powers / drawn in from of the Kunda. There are many type of homams for various deities with various objectives that makes the invoked divine powers to grant the wishes of the devotees the person who sponsers for conducting the Homa.

Some of the important homams commonly performed to achieve success in Education And Profession are mentioned Below.

Ganapathi Homam :

This is dedicated to Lord Ganesh or Vighnesh (meaning the destroyer of obstacles) to achieve success in the planned objective without any hindrance. It is the most common and popular Homam performed as a preventive measure before engaging on any new endeavour like starting a new business, constructing a new building, joining an institution, organising an event etc. Ganapathi Homam can be performed with coconut as main offering as this is what pleases this deity/ divine power it can be with one coconut or with coconuts numbering any sacred numeral like 101 coconuts.

Saraswathi Homam :

This is dedicated to Devi Saraswathi or Devi Sharadha (meaning the Mother /Source of Knowledge it her blessing that shows light to gain knowledge ) to achieve success in the planned objective of appear and successfully achieve expected result from exercises of testing knowledge or skill. It is belived that reading & writing itself is prayer to Devi Saraswathi. It helps in studious learning and improving the skill set to understanding what one studied and to retain such knowledge. It is one such Homam performed for grace of Devi to have attention in learning, understanding and retention of Knowledge. This Homam is of blessing while starting a new streams learning or form of studies or appearing for exams, at different new levels or semester while at school and college institution for a focus and smooth and quick understanding while studying.

Chandika Homam :

The most important homams and powerful universal Homa considered to be protection ( Kavach) from for all ills and malefic effect that may have been brought upon you by various bad karmas ( Bad deeds) that may have inherited by bloodline from paternal or maternal Ancestors or parents and also self made bad deeds.

Thousands of Chandika Homams are performed annually at Kollur. Chandika Homa is a very costly affair for any to get it performed/sponsored or organised. However at Mookambika Temple this is highly subsidised for her devotees. It is the temple management social responsibility that this Chandika Homam is affordable. Hence this Homa only costs Rs 1000/ - where as it may cost a devotee more than lakhs of Rs. For conducting such Chanika Homa of superior Quality that is done at Mookambika Temple.

This homam is intended to propitiate Adi Parashakti. Adi Parashakthi is the amalgamation of all divine powers. So a ritual devoted to her is enough to attenuate all deities. Goddess Durga is worshipped in nine forms each having its own functions and purpose. Performing Chandika Homa is the best way of venerating all nine forms of Durga.Chandika Homa is performed by reciting Durga Saptashathi hymns.

These hymns (mantras) are 700 in number and are considered to be very potent in accomplishing the wishes of the devotee. These hymns are devoted to Maha Laxmi, Maha Saraswathi and Durga. Devotees perform Chandika Homa as preventive as well as curative or remedial measure. This is also performed to express gratefulness to Mother Goddess.
The benefits of performing Chandika Homa are total blessings and protection.

The booking for Getting a chandika Homa in you name is difficult as it is always booked much ahead and booking runs always 5 years ahead of current date.

However you can get booking dates against any cancelation if you can contact any Temple Office or Priest etc.

There are several other Homas, Like: Navagraha Homa, MahaLakshmi Homam, Maha Sudershana Homa, Mrutyunjaya Homa, Swayamvara Parvathi Homa, etc.

The cost and duration and no of priests differ as per the intensity at which the solution for the obstacle is pleaded if you are conducting these outside the Temple. However these Homa have a Temple Seva Rates. You can find Seva list at the Temple.