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Shakti Temples of Karnataka for Purnima Puja

According to the Hindu religious scholars and pundits, Shakti, the goddess is having several popular names such as Durga, Annapoorneshwari, Lakshmi, Saraswathi, Mookambika, Kamakshi, Kali, Chamundi and countless more names.

The Goddess has many regional names in different part of India. The temples associated with Sakthi Goddess have religious and social importance among the devotees. It is strongly believed among the devotees that purnima pujas and rituals conducted in these temples will bring fruitful results within a short span or immediately.

It is also believed that all the wishes and desires once prayed is hear by the Goddess and immediate blessing is attained by the devotees.

The popular Shakthi temples in Karnataka are the Bhadrakarnika temple at Gokarna, Sri Banashankari Temple, Bangalore, Sri Durgaparameshwari Temple, Kateel, Sri Durgaparameshwari Temple, Bappanadu, Sri Durgaparameshwari Temple, Mandarti, Kadiyali Mahisha Mardhini Temple, Kadiyali near Udupi, Kali shrine at Ambalapadi in Udupi, Sri Rajarajeshwari Temple at Polali, Sri Chamundi Temple, Mysore, Sri Mookambika Temple, Kollur, Sri Mangalamba Temple, Mangalore, Sri Marikamba Temple, Sirsi, Sri Kolaramma Temple, Kolar, Sri Mahalasa Narayani at Kumta, Sri Kamakshi Temple at Hebbur near Kunigal, Renuka (Yellamma) Temple at Saundatti and Sri Mahishamardhini Temple, Neelavara.

It is to be highly noted that the pujas and rituals are conducted according to the ancient Hindu tradition and culture in these temple on the request of the devotees. Devotees from nook and corner of Karnataka rush to these temples on the days of purnima and other auspicious plus religious festive days with great devotion and dedication.

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