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Sri Chamundeshwari Temple

| Chamundi Hills, Mysuru (Mysore) 570010, India
+91 821 259 0180
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| Chamundi Hills, Mysuru (Mysore) 570010, India
+91 821 259 0180
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Reviewed yesterday

Great temple of one of the forms of Divine mother.Very ancient place but the temples are rebuilt as they age.Always very crowded so better to go with special entry tickets.Great place to pray.

Thank Ajay M
Reviewed 3 days ago

The temple is located at the top of the hill and the drive till here is really enjoyable. Reminds you of Nandi Hill drive. The view from top is really good and of course the blessings from the temple comes as a bonus. If travelling...More

Thank nitin s
Reviewed 4 days ago

It is great following. It is worth the time spent, not very long travel. One can see the Nandi bull monolithic structure on the way back.

Thank Ritu S
Reviewed 5 days ago

Very beautiful temple in Mysore on the top of the hill. Approach to the temple is good, well maintained temple.

Thank pavankl
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Very nice place. Road to this place is well maintained and has lots of public and private transport to reach this place. In peak season better to use public transport because all private cars and taxis ( uber n other private services also) will not...More

Thank Veerappan C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful Temple of Chamundi situated at hill top Can take Cabs bus or your vehicle. Rush during Navratra days.

Thank 981abhinavd
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very good place. You need more than 30 mins to reach on the hill. Vehicle can go near to temple parking. you need to walk 5 mins to reach temple. you can have good view of city from this hill. follow dress code which visiting...More

Thank Rahul_Baravkar
Reviewed 1 week ago

The temple is situated on the top of the hill. The beautiful idol of diety is placed in a very nice place, Close to nature, open and fresh air will bring a extra smile on your face. The administration of the temple is good and...More

Thank anandj685
Reviewed 1 week ago

A short scenic drive of about 12km from Mysuru takes one along the Chamundi Hills at the head of which lies the Sri Chamundeshwari Temple with a fine gopuram (temple steeple).Do not get inveigled by the several viewpoints offering telescopic viewing along the route which...More

Thank vayudoot
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Chamundeswari temple is worth a visit whenever one goes to Mysore. There are various ways of reaching there, but the one that works the best is via the road that leads to Nanjangud. The temple was undergoing some renovation the time we last visited....More

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Sandesh C
October 22, 2017|
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Response from dipak2000 |
No steps on walling of about 100m from carpark. Preferably purchase Rs.100/- tkt for quick and better darshan. Rs.30/-entrance is useless as it mix up with free entrants at small entry gate.
Muthu s
October 7, 2017|
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Response from KASIRAO5646 | Reviewed this property |
Mahan nyasa poorvaka rudra abhisekham is done to Lord Siva by chanting Rudra. If it is performed once, then it is known as Ekavara abhisekham. If it is performed eleven times (Ekadasha), it is known as Ekadasha Abhisekham... More
August 21, 2015|
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Response from satishchander | Reviewed this property |
no dress code. but it is advisable to wear decently as you are visiting a temple, a holy place. any traditional wear is o.k. there is an area to leave your footwear, where you can deposit for a fee of one rupee.