This is a well known temple and is popular among tourists. We were disappointed with the cleanliness and neatness of this place. The temple has also become very commercial, with long lines of devotees. One can cut the line by paying 500 rupee "special darshan" fee. However, even the special fee will grant you only a fraction of a second... 更多
This is a famous Hindu temple in south India, dedicated to Mookambika Devi. Regular bus services are available from Udupi and Mangalore. Many hotels are available around the temple for accommodation. There are many restaurants as well.
I think all Hindus should visit this temple and get Amma Mookambika's Blessings. The temple is so cleanly maintained. After visiting this temple I hear the song from one Tamil movie , Janani .. Janani .. by Maestro Ilayaraja. There are so many good & decent hotels to stay. I am very eager to visit this temple once more although... 更多
I visited the temple with my family. We reached Mangalore by train and hired a car rental service and driver to Kollur via Udupi. Kollur is in house for the famous Mookambika Devi temple. It was a great religious experience. One can do Pooja's etc the speciality here is to do Chandika Homam and vidhyarambham. There were people from states... 更多
Visited the temple on jan 15th 2017 as part of our family tradition started three years ago from my daughters first birthday we used to visit the temple, this time we made sure we were able to attend the prayer on all three times (Morning, afternoon and night). we had our lunch from the temple anadhanam. and during night had... 更多
We had gone last weekend and it was crowded which is actually expected as the temple is very famous and old. There is an option for special darshan which costs rs.500, allows us to get a closer and longer look at the goddess.Men cannot wear banian and shirt inside the main sanctum. One disadvantage is there is no proper dining... 更多
This is a very old and famous temple. Even though situated in Karnataka majority of devotees come from Kerala. Most of time you will see heavy rush of devotees. One thing which I don't like is that the 'poojaris' are too greedy about money and they expect people to pay extra money beyond the officially publishes rates for poojas