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Karnataka
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Horanadu Bhanasankari
Ambalapudi Bhadrakali
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Bababudeen Kollur
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The Aalayas of Andhra Pradesh The Mandirs Of Maharastra
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  KOLLUR - MOOKAMBIKA DEVALAYA

THE ARCHAMURTI:

The beautiful idol of Mother Mookambika in sitting posture is installed on a pedestal about three feet in height. She reveals herself with three eves and four hands - two upper hands holding sankha and chakra, and the lower two are heightening her glorious form with abhaya and varada mudras. She is worshipped in Saguna rupa, and receives Sathwika puja only. The life size idol of the Mother, resplendent with divine charm raises the hands of the devotees at the first sight itself and fills their souls with bliss. Tradition says that this Panchaloha image was installed by Sri Adi Sankara. And the Jyothirlilnga, lying below the pedestal is self manifested and from the twenty eighth manvantara of Dwapara yuga to the present is receiving worship started with kola Maharshi. The garbha griha is quite spacious and is opened on three sides. Just below her feet lies the Swayambhu linga representing Sakti and Siva amsas. The nityanaimithika pujas offered to the MOTHER are according to Saivagamas introduced by temple for the first time.

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