738-year-old Mulbagal temple opens after renovation

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KOLAR: The historic Chennakeshava Swamy temple at Kurudumale village in Mulbagal taluk, believed to have a history of 738 years, has been fully renovated and reopened to devotees. New idols have also been installed.
The temple complex comes under the Endowment Department and also has temples dedicated to Goddesses Sridevi and Bhoodevi.

Hundreds of villagers, carrying kalashas on their heads, took out a procession through the village thoroughfares and the water was later annointed on the temple dome. Special rituals were also conducted for the deities.

The renovation was undertaken under the aegis of the families of Kammanna and Narayanappa, and K N Ramesh of the Sri Manjunatha Swamy Temple Trust. Mulbagal MLA H Nagesh, Deputy Commissioner Venkatraj and others participated in the ceremonies.

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