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Karnataka
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Horanadu Bhanasankari
Ambalapudi Bhadrakali
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Bababudeen Kollur
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  BABABUDEEN HILLS - LAKSHMI DEVALAYA

These begins the the story of the image installed in the main temple brought from Bababuden Hills. With a view to enshrining the befitting image of the auspicious occasion the idol from Babaduden hills was brought in a hurry, leaving the icon of Lakshmi there itself. Later the fault of leaving Lakshmi there alone came to light. Attempts were made forthwith to bring the Lakshmi image, but were misfired It seemed Mother Lakshmi found unrelented at the insult shown, She would not be lifted, tried however much. So, the Lord himself is making periodical visits to console her. This is not an imaginary, or cooked up story, but an actual occurrence with proof.  List it is believed that a pair of oversized leather slippers placed in front of the principal deity - Kesava is meant for use in his trips. The cobblers living in Channagiri and Basavapattana villages are getting the message, in dream from the Lord himself to place a new pair and reach the garbha griha with them to substitute, though they are not allowed inside on normal days. So they treat the deity as their tutelary god and call him Chennappa endearingly. Would not this wonder wonders at its emptiness before that wondrous Almighty's acts!

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