Description: A Hindu temple at Bolar in Mangalore, it is home to the goddess Mangaladevi after whom the city of Mangalore is named. It's history dates back to the 10th century, when Kundavarma, the famous king of the Alupa dynasty, was ruling Tulu Nadu. Approximately 3 km from the heart of the city, the temple can be accessed by rickshaw or bus. It is believed that the worship of Mangala devi brings prosperity and happiness. Dusshera is celebrated here, on a big scale with special pujas performed for nine days. It is also believed that maidens who observe Mangaladharavrata (Swayamvara Parvathi) will have their wishes fullfilled and will find a suitable match.
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