Adi Para Shakthi also known as the goddess Kollur Mookambika Devi, is the cosmic Mother of our universe. She is believed to be the one who feeds and nurtures the world. Therefore, pilgrims, particularly Hindus from across the globe visit Kollur Mookambika Temple. The devotees make the Kollur pilgrimage to alter their fortunes through worshipping the goddess Kollur Mookambika. 

Every kind of person regardless of wealth or poor, old or young and healthy or sick, go to the sacred Temple that is Kollur Mookambika. She is the embodiment of all the divine powers. Kollur Mookambika is a graceful sitting position with conch and discus in hands that represent Kali Mahalakshmi, Saraswathi, and Mahalakshmi.

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Hindu mythology has a myriad of reincarnations of ancient stories and stories that originate from the ancient Hindu Vedas. Over time, the holy texts and scriptures such as Mahabharata, Ramayana, and the Upanishads as well as others. have repeatedly brought back Hindu people of their heritage and confirmed the belief that there is only one Supreme Being, or God and all the other gods are incarnations of God the Creator. 

Therefore, Hinduism as a religion permits worship to multiple gods. The belief is that there’s 330,000 Gods in Hindu mythology. However, the Vedas say there are 33 gods and it is possible to reverse these gods as if they are merely incarnations of these.

All over the world’s religions, it’s the only one in Hinduism that the most extensive devotion to divinity is practised in female form. Female Goddesses are believed to be more powerful than those of males. In reality, the word used to describe Goddess in Hinduism is Shakti which also translates to “power” or “energy”. The most important Hindu Goddesses: Lakshmi Sarawathi, Lakshmi, Parvathi, Kaali, Durga have been praised with poetic praise poems for a long time. 

The Vedas of all time expressly describe how Devi Shakti has emerged stronger when the world was forced to renounce the evils of demons. The concept of feminine divinity was recognized from the beginning and was associated with life force, erotic beauty as well as sexual fervour, maternal love, and strength. The mother is in her power. She is someone who gives and one who takes. She is the root of all life as well as the driving force driving the world and restoring equilibrium.

One such goddess Mookambika is located in the stunning mountains in the southern region of India. Sri Mookambika Temple is among the most famous temples of the worship of Adi Shakti (Absolute power) located in India It is thought to be the true representation of Devi Mahalakshmi. Parvati as well as Saraswathi. 

Udbhava Linga (self-manifested the phallus) of the Mookambika Temple represents both Purusha (male) and Shakthi (female). The temple is located in the Kollur region in Udupi district in Karnataka State in India. The temple is a unique one and is a well-known holy site located in Kollur that is a popular destination for a large number of devotees each year.

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Kollur is a small town with a temple. It is located 135 kilometers (84 miles) away from Mangalore, the renowned Mangalore city. Mangalore is 440 kilometers (274 miles) from the capital of Karnataka State, Bangalore. Kollur is situated on the crest of the western Ghats which is Mookambika is perhaps the most well-known temple in the area. While it is visited by visitors from all over India Mangalore’s excellent connectivity and closeness to states in the south, make Mookambika one of the most popular places to visit for those who are from Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. 

There are numerous other tourist attractions within Kollur and surrounding Kollur. All of these elements make Kollur an extremely popular spiritual tourism destination for many devotees throughout the southern part of India.