Mahakali Temple is located in the surroundings of Devara kadu.
Devara kadu. (God's Forest) at TM(Tittu Mele) Hosur gate, Srirangapatna Taluk, Mandya Dist.
Temple is just 200 mts away from Mysore- Bangalore highway.
Mahakali, Ganapathi , Anjaneya and naturally born Navagrahas are present here.
Mahakali Temple was established by Gurudev Guruji in the year 2015.
Gurudev, who is a beloved of Mather Kali is helping millions of to receive blessings from her.
MahaKali is a unique in her manifestation in the form of fiercest incarnation, which she devours Kala (Time) and then resumes her own dark formlessness.
She herself is standing in a challenging posture,where Lord Siva, is shown lying prostrate like a Sava.
She wears a garland of human heads and skulls.
She has three eyes and four hands, with upper hand holding a freshly severed &bleeding human head, as also the sword used in the carnage.
The two lower hands are in the Abhaya and Varada Mudras.She is black which represents the state where time, space and causation have disappeared without any trace.
MahaKali was created with the intention of achieving the unachievable, therefore she can protect and create a safeguard anyonein their life.
Anyone who in touch with MahaKali, need NOT to be worried about life, death, prosperity or wellbeing.
Anyone entering in to the temple premises will be taken care by Mother MahaKali.
Ganesha is the first son of Shiva and Parvati and he is the brother of Karthikeya (or Subrahmanya), the god of war.
He was created by his mother using earth which she moulded into the shape of a boy.
As Shiva was away on his meditative wanderings, Parvati set her new son as guard while she bathed.
He is considered as the "First God" in Hindu mythology. The name of Ganesha is derived from two different Sanskrit words: "isha", meaning Lord and "gana" meaning group. Hence, Ganesha is considered as the God of masses.
Ganesha is Vighneshvara or Vighnaraja or Vighnaharta (Marathi), the Lord of Obstacles, both of a ma-terial and spiritual order.
He is popularly worshipped as a remover of obstacles, though traditionally he also places obstacles in the path of those who need to be checked.
Subramanya is the son of Shiva and Parvati, destroyed the demon Tarakasura. Karthikeya (or Subramanya) is the Hindu god of war.
He is the Commander-in-Chief of the army of the devas and thus became 'Deva-senapati'. With his matchless weapon, the Shakti or lance, shining bril-liantly like fire, he easily destroyed Tarakasura, thus becoming' Shaktidhara' and 'Tarakari'.
Being very young and virile he is 'Kumara' or 'Sanatkumara.' A forceful attacker in war, he is known as 'Skanda'.
'Skanda' also means one who has accumulated the power of chastity.
Lord Subramany is also known as Arumugam meaning 6 faces, through which He can see towards East, West, North, South, Sky and Earth.
The 6 faces are made up of the 5 of Lord Shiva plus the Face of Goddess Parvathi.
The 6th face can only be seen by the wise. This is symbolic of the 5 senses that lead to the 6th sense which is represented by 'Atho mugam'
Hanuman participated in Rama's war against the demon king Ravana.
Several later texts also present him as an incarnation of Shiva.
He is the son of Anjana and Kesari and is also son of the wind-god Pawan, who according to several stories, played a role in his birth.
Worshipped by many who wish to gain courage and strength in their lives, Lord Hanuman is probably one of the most celebrated and revered figures in the Hindu Mythology.
Hanuman is well known for his hidden strength and Ram Bhakti, People who swear by his devotion remain happy and contented always.
Worshipping Hanumanji involves reading his Hanuman Chalisa religiously and a few important rituals like applying Sindoor on his Tail to accomplish hearts desire.
Harake (Offering that one would promise to goddess if their wish comes true): Take a cloth from the counter and enclose a coin in it. Ask your wish Kali whatever you want and perform 3 pradakshine.
The tropical evergreen Neem Tree (Kannada: Bevu Tree) is a manifestation of the Mother goddess MahaKali.
Thus, Kali takes manifestation as Neemari Devi. Neem is worshipped most intensely in southern India.
Making wish or offering to Bevu is tree is like worshipping goddesses as Sitala, Kali, & Miriamman, where they can simultaneously the cure of all sickness or bad luck.
It is also said that on the first day of Chaitra, after Amavasya, it is very essential to worship the neem and eat its leaves. It is mixed with pepper and sugar, as a safeguard from fever.
In childhood, Gurudev went in search of lifestyle of Vivekananda. Travelled across the globe and settled in Calcutta.
But godess Kali suggests him to get settled in Mandya by establishing a Kali temple which is a land of goddesses.
Guruji (39) is mainly from Mandya. His birth name is Mohan Kumar. His guru's name was gurudev who was in Kashi and passed away a few years ago.
And as his last wish his name was given to Mohan Kumar and hence he is called Gurudev now.
Lived in Calcutta for 2 yrs. When he was 14 he left home and travelled on foot. Comes back to Mandya and gets married.
He has two kids who live in Mandya along with other family members. Elder son is 7th std and daughter is 2nd std.
On New moon day around 5000 people visit the place. Bheemanamavase is the most auspicious day. People from all the states visit the temple.
He came here empty handed and won the hearts of people who volunteered in helping him build the temple. He spent 5 years with his wife and then started to pursue his dream of building this temple.
Guruji found out that this land has a lot of positive vibes which is surrounded by Curry leaves tree where 24hrs water flow from Cauvery. It is believed that Curry leaves plants are the symbol of positive energy.