Mookambika Devi Temple in Kollur is around 130 km from Mangaluru and 440 km from state capital Bengaluru. It is situated in the midst of the slopes of Kodachadri in Western Ghats, by waterway Souparnika. Mookambika Temple in Kollur is accepted to be more than 1200 years of age. According to the legend, Parvathi came practical to take out an evil presence named Kamasura, who with his fallen angel underhandedness was making heaps of inconvenience to the nearby individuals. Goddess made him stupid first to rein him (Mooka in Kannada) yet when his inconvenience making propensity didn’t stop, he was in the end slaughtered. Expressing gratitude toward Goddess Parvathi for diminishing them from the inconvenience of Kamasura, neighborhood individuals began revering Parvathi devi and the sanctuary was framed in Kollur. Kollur sanctuary praises its yearly celebration amid Navarathri and draws in lakhs of aficionados amid this period. Sanctuary complex offers free suppers to all guests. Amid unique events when group is vast, uncommon line for darshan is encouraged for the individuals who can pay additional. Loads of spending facilities are accessible in Kollur. KSRTC runs transports to Kollur from Bengaluru and other real urban areas. Kundapura is a close-by city. Private transports are likewise accessible in expansive numbers. Notwithstanding, after 8 pm it will be hard to get open transportation.