Synonyms for mookambika or Related words with mookambika

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Examples of "mookambika"
Dakshina Mookambika may refer to Saraswati temples in Kerala, India:
Panachikkad is a small village near Chingavanam, almost 10 km away from Kottayam, famous for its Panachikkadu Temple dedicated to goddess Saraswati. It has thus come to be known as Dakshina-Mookambika (Mookambika of the South).
Kollur Mookambika temple is 40 km from here. The nearest airport is Mangalore International Airport.
Ellath Mookambika Temple and Chindramangalam Sri Krishna Temple are the famous temples of the region.
The former Tamil Nadu CM M. G. Ramachandran had gifted a golden sword weighing half a Kilogram to Mookambika temple.
Kollura Sri Mookambika () is a 1993 Indian Kannada mythological - devotional film directed and produced by Renuka Sharma. Chi. Udaya Shankar has written the story and screenplay and Pughalendi Mahadevan has scored the music. The film stars Sridhar , Bhavya, and Vajramuni in lead roles. The film is centered on the Goddess Mookambika.
The navarathri festival at the mookambika temple and the aaratte at the sri krishna temple are very famous.
Yesudas has been visiting Kollur Mookambika temple, Kollur, Karnataka on his birthday to sing keerthans of Saraswati devi, the Goddess of knowledge, music and the arts. The music festival started on his 60th birthday in 2000. The nine-day music festival begins every January at Kollur Mookambika Temple.
Mookambika Road Byndoor (Code:BYNR) is the main railway station in the town of Byndoor. Trains from here connect the city to prominent state capitals of India like, Bangalore, Thiruvananthapuram (via Southern Railway), Mumbai (via Konkan Railways) and so forth. Rail connectivity in Byndoor was established in 1997.Mookambika Road Byndoor railway station
Kollur also called Kollapura one of the important places of pilgrimage in Karnataka State, which has a temple dedicated to supreme goddess Mookambika or Durga devi .
Pallikunnu is famous for the Mookambika Temple. Another well-known temple is the Kanathoor Maha Vishnu Temple. It is close to the Kadalayi Sreekrishna Temple in Chirakkal.
The Kollur Mookambika Temple/ ಕೊಲ್ಲೂರು ಮೂಕಾಂಬಿಕಾ ದೇವಸ್ಥಾನ at Kollur, Udupi District in the state of Karnataka, India, is a Hindu temple dedicated to mother Durga devi or Saraswati known as Mookambika Devi. Mookambika is Shakthi devi, the supreme mother goddess in Hinduism. She is worshipped in three different forms such as Maha Kali (goddess of power) in the morning, Maha Lakshmi (goddess of wealth) in the noon and Maha Saraswati (goddess of knowledge) in the evening. There are bus services from Udupi and Mangalore to Kollur at regular interval.
Baindur or Byndoor is a town in Udupi district in the state of Karnataka, India. The town lies on NH-66 running between Panvel and Kochi and is one of the major stations along the Konkan Railway line after Udupi,Kundapura,Surathkal and Mangalore. The Mookambika Road Byndoor Railway Station, caters mainly to pilgrims visiting the Kollur Mookambika Temple in Udupi district. The nearest airport is the Mangalore International Airport. This place was also known as Bindupura. Baindur is notable for the Kollur Mookambika Temple, Someshwara beach, Koosalli Water Falls and the Ottinene beach, Sunset point.
After living together for fourteen years, Sreekumar married Lekha on 14 January 2000 at the Mookambika Temple in Kollur, Karnataka. The couple chose not to have children.
There are many temples within chandranagar colony. The most famous temple is Sri Ganesha Temple. Schools like Bharath Matha, Mookambika & Shishya School are based in here.
The Panachikkadu Temple, also known as the "Dakshana Mookambika" (Mookambika of the South) "Temple", is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Saraswati. The temple is located in the southern region of the Indian Peninsula, in Panachikkad in Kottayam, Kerala, India. It is one of the most prominent Saraswati temples in Kerala. Vishnu is the main deity, who the devotees worship before Saraswati. Ganapati, Shiva, Sasthavu and Yakshi are sub-deities who are also worshiped in this temple.
Sree Mookambika Temple is situated just 2 km from Kannur town and is just half kilometer from Kannur Central Jail. It is near to Krishna Menon Memorial Government Women College. This is one of the most prominent Mookambika temple after the one in Kolloor, Karnataka. The temple has been renovated recently and the annual ""Ulsavam"" attracts pilgrims from all over Kerala and Malayalis staying outside Kerala as well. One of the most beautiful temples in Kannur, keralites all over India visit the temple.
The idol of Chandramaulishvara is said to have been installed by Shri Adi Shankara. The temple has been renovated by Keladi rulers. The temple of Mookambika and other shrines attract a large number of pilgrims from other states too.
Shiroor railway station is a station on Konkan Railway. It is at a distance of down from origin. The preceding station on the line is Bhatkal railway station and the next station is Mookambika Road Byndoor railway station.
Mookambika Road Byndoor railway station is a Main Station on Konkan Railway. The preceding station on the line is Shiroor railway station and the next station is Bijoor railway station.