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Friends, I strongly believe that unless you get a ‘call’ from the Mother Sri Mookambika Devi, Kollur, Karnataka, India,you will not be able to visit Kollur. I feel this is true to every temple or holy place. This is my personal experience as well as what I have heard from many.

Another thing I would agree with an experience of my friend, about her train being on time whereas several other trains and flights getting cancelled due to fog. It’s very true that when you have the divine blessings everything falls in place and there is no hindrance. Friends, with your permission, I wish to share my own experience here. Long time ago, I had some problem with my education and an astrologer advised me to visit Kollur. No sooner did I book the tickets I got a job offer from a much unexpected quarter, and the point to be noted here is that the person from the recruiting agency and my boss happened to be ladies. I feel its Mother Herself in the form of those two ladies!!!!!!! Another thing I wish to share is when we arrived Kundapura railway station (the nearest station to Kollur), I was astonished to see a lady station manager at Kundapura. Prior to that I had only heard about lady station managers on our Indian Railways but this was the first time I could see one!!! Since then I have come across many lady station managers in that section railways in India. She came out of her office and I felt Mother personally welcomed me. It may look strange but today when I look back at those events, I strongly feel there is some link to all that happened. Mother personally looked into my needs thru all those ladies. And no sooner after my first visit to Kollur, my major problems were solved. I felt so blessed, my faith since then has grown by leaps and bounds.

One thing to notice is that a person who visits Kollur achieves success through his/her learning i.e. Goddess Laxmi comes to him/her due to Goddess Saraswati. People achieve their success through their learning/education. This is one beauty that I have observed. This is why Vidyarambham (introduction of young children into the world of knowledge, letters, and the process of learning) is done here and I have seen children excel in their studies.

And with this, the faith increases manifolds. This leads to a sort of the trip addiction. The beauty and the power of the place attract you always. We have been making a trip to Kollur once every year since my very first visit that I mentioned above way back in 2000.

I wish to also share my humble knowledge about visiting Kollur. Another option is to alight at Kundapura (the nearest station to Kollur which is approximately 60 kms from Kollur) on the Konkan Railway section of Indian Railways. Many trains from the North and West of India pass through this section which finally terminates in the Southern state of Kerala.

And one must visit Sarvagna Peetham at Kudachadri (locally pronounced as Kodajaadri) peak where Sri Adi Shankaracharya is said to have done penance and the Mother appeared in front of him. The trip to this place is so different than any trip anyone would have taken anytime during his/her lifetime or is ever likely to take. It’s an experience worth going through. There are some other mythological places like the Chitramoola near Kudachadri and the Pond of Turmeric. And last but not the least, a dip in the Souparnika River is a must. It is said to have medicinal properties.

Friends, I personally pray and wish for Mother’s blessings upon all of you. I strongly recommend you all to visit Kollur, Karnataka, India. Finally I thank you for reading this article and getting enlightened about the divine power of Mother Mookambika Devi.

Friends, may you all find the time, do share your thoughts. I personally feel more and more people should know about Goddess Mookambika and individuals can contribute their knowledge and experiences for common good.

Team SthreeJeevan would also like to hear anything more that you may wish to share. Mail us at sthreejeevan@gmail.com

V. Vaidyaanaathan, Founder, Sthreejeevan.com

  • Kamakshi
    1:28 PM, 4 June 2020

    I too have experienced Mother’s bliss in one of my trips.

  • film
    10:34 PM, 29 November 2020

    Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you penning this article plus the rest of the website is extremely good. Danice Rhett Roarke

  • film
    4:58 PM, 30 November 2020

    This is one awesome post. Much thanks again. Awesome. Adrea Oliver Nestor

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