All You Need To Know About Kanyakumari

Mangaladevi temple, Mangalore


Mangala Devi temple is at a place called Bolara which is 3 km southwest to the city of Mangalore. The temple is surrounded by many forts, that is why it came to know to be known as Mangalore which means City of Mangala.

Mangalore photos, Mangaladevi temple - The Idol
Image source:Wikipedia
Share this on your social network
Tell us what do you think of Mahendragarh

Travel Talk

The temple dates back to 9th century founded by the King Kundavarma who ruled Tamil Nadu. The Goddess Mangaladevi is the main deity of the temple. Special pujas are conducted during Navarathri. On the ninth day of Navarathri festival, a grand procession called Rathothsava is conducted when the deity is carried on a grand chariot.

People have a belief that visiting and offering prayers at Mangaladevi temple brings good times. Ganaeshotsav is also celebrated in this temple in a big way. The temple is easily accessible from Mangalore city by bus.

This temple is of special significance to the maidens. Mangala Parvati Vratha is exclusive of this temple. It is believed that young women who follow this Vratha will get a suitable match and have a happily married life.

Please Wait while comments are loading...