Sri Kollur Mookambika Temple, also known as Kolapura \'Adi Mahalakshmi\' temple, is a well-known temple in Karnataka. This temple is one of the ancient shrines in India and has a sacred \'Siddi Kshetra\', which is associated with several legendary stories. There is a self manifested Jyotirmaya Lingam at this temple, which has a middle golden line that denotes the Shakthi.
Subrahmanya Swami Temple
subrahmanya Swami Temple is situated in the outer parikrama of the Mookambika Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Murugan, son of Lord Shiva. It is commonly believed that after hearing about the divine powers of Goddess Shakthi at this temple, Lord Murugan himself came down for offering prayers to Devi Mahamaya. This temple is visited by devotees during Skanda Sashti days.
Chowdeshwari Temple snapshot
chowdeshwari Temple, which is dedicated to Kshetra Palani, is situated within the premises of Mookambika Temple. The main deity of this temple is adorned with ornaments and flowers. This deity is believed to possess some majestic powers that can fulfil the desires of devoteesch
Balmuri Ganapati Temple snapshot
Balmuri Ganapati Temple, dedicated to Lord Ganesha, is situated outside the Mookambika Temple. The idol of Lord Ganesha enshrined at this temple, is made of pure marble. This temple is well-known among the locals for the celebrations held in its premises during Ganesh Chaturthi. There is a trunk inside this temple, which is kept to the right side of the idol. However, as per the legendary stories, this tank should be kept on the left side