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Sri Chamundeshwari Temple

| Chamundi Hills, Mysuru (Mysore) 570010, India
+91 821 259 0180
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| Chamundi Hills, Mysuru (Mysore) 570010, India
+91 821 259 0180
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Amazing architecture, breathtaking view, beware of the monkeys. Peaceful atmosphere,amazing people. Had a good time.

Thank RandalRebeiro
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The temple is situated on Chamundi hills where you get a panoramic view of Mysore city on the way. Other than that the temple as such is similar to many other historic temples with some religious and local importance.

Thank Hrushikesh D
Reviewed 3 days ago

To avoid crowd, reach early in the morning, around 7:30 AM, when the temple opens. You can hire a cab for a return trip, if you're looking to visit Nandi, which is nearby. Else, you have public transport like buses, which you can avail for...More

Thank rakhsup
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Well maintained temple. Lot of scope for improvement. Temple staff is non co operative. They encourage devotees to take spl entry TKT. ₹100 per head...which is not required. Parking is not organised. Drive up hill is best. Vendors outside temple actually loot the devotees.

Reviewed 4 days ago

One can go up to the temple by vehicle or walk up1000steps(personally,I don't know) we took a taxi from Mysuru.There is paid parking from where you have to walk a bit to go the temple.For sr.citizens there is a free transport available from the parking...More

Thank Xenajay
Reviewed 1 week ago

a very pious and quite temple on the chamundi hills. the drive is interesting. the temple has a break in afternoon and reopens at 1530 hrs. interestingly the monkeys are very free with devotees and they know what to look for in the prasad. there...More

Thank Arjunsharmaarmy
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Its a beautiful temple . with lot of locals and adjoining area.people visiting this place it becomes very crowded so btr to go on days when no govt holiday and othrr than sunday

Thank Dr_sumitarya
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The place is too crowded like any other temple in india. But the place is well managed. Best careful of pickpockets

Thank Avimanyu B
Reviewed 1 week ago

This place is situated at the hills named chamundi hills. We have climb steps & reach the temple. You'll find this place to be crowded. This temple idol is used for procession during famous mysore dussera. This temple is very old. Entrance of the temple...More

Thank snipe2016
Reviewed 1 week ago

Sri Chamundeshwari temple is one of the must see places of Mysuru. It is situated on a hill near Mysuru. You can see picturesque view of Mysuru while going up. One can enjoy the palace, race course and other important buildings of Mysuru from the...More

Thank chitraraveendran
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21 August 2015|
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Response from satishchander | Reviewed this property |
no dress code. but it is advisable to wear decently as you are visiting a temple, a holy place. any traditional wear is o.k. there is an area to leave your footwear, where you can deposit for a fee of one rupee.
20 July 2015|
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Response from sajankottayam | Reviewed this property |
males can wear dhothis or pyjama,or kurtas and females can wear saree,churidar or kurtas.