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         One important feature of Mookambika Temple is that there are no rigid rules and customs to be followed by the pilgrims nor any obligatory rituals or observances. Anyone can visit Mookambika as informally as he visits his own mother. There are no restrictions as to caste, creed or religion for entrance to the temple or for performing poojas. Entry to the temple is absolutely free.
  • Please, hand over your offerings at the temple and obtain receipt for the same.
  • See that your offerings, sevas, gifts and donations big or small are properly acknowledged by authorized persons.
  • Reserve your accommodation in advance if you wish to stay overnight at Kollur.
  • Male pilgrims cannot enter the inner periphery of the temple with shirt or hats on or by wearing lungis. No other dress code is enforced.
  • Do not fall prey to touts, agents or unscrupulous persons masquerading as volunteers or do-gooders.
  • Spitting, vomiting, bleeding, urinating and defecating inside the temple premises will be considered as sacrilege acts and will be fined.
  • Do not plan your stay at Kollur during Navarathri, Christmas Holidays and Onam holidays without confirmed room reservations.