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One of the famous temple located in chamundi hills, Mysore. Amazing location with view of whole city. Architecture of the temple is good.
You can expect crowd during peak season. There is special tickets for direct darshan which costs 100rs per person( includes darshan plus...More
Being a hindu from the north, i find it extremely odd, if you have to pay an entry fee for a temple, and then also it took 2-2.5 hours on a sunday morning to reach the inner sanctum and still in all the pushing from...More
Really did not see anything special at the temple. It is really annoying to have to pay to enter the temple, but to add insult to injury you can either choose a fast track queue or the poor people's (slow track) queue. On the other...More
One of the devi avtar temple with strong history and powerful in nature located on the hills which is approx 12-14 Km from the main city.... opens at 7:30am and will be having rush during navratri times
Mysore has plenty of world class tourist places which are religious, cultural and spiritual. Chamundi hills is one among them. Tucked at one end of Mysuru, the hills is situated at more than 3400 feet from ground level.
The Chamundeswari temple is the main attraction...More
This is a Hindu temple situated at Chamundai Hilltop. The approximate distance from mysuru is 13-15. It's is well connected with citybus route and taxi also playing to this temple. The city view is mesmerising from this temple. This one is an ancient temple. Best...More
plan your Trip to Chamundeshwari hills either early hours or late in the evening. Temple has specific times to enter. Temple visit will take approx 1 hour - 2 hours. Vehicle Parking is around 1 km far from Temple location. Make sure your children are...More