Sri Chamundeshwari Temple Mysore: Timings, Ticket Price, Saree Offering, Free Meals Timings, Parking, How to reach


The Sri Chamundeshwari Temple is around 13 kilometers from Mysuru, a major city in Karnataka, India. It's not just well-known in India but also internationally. At the hilltop stands the renowned Sri Chamundeswari Temple. 'Chamundi' or 'Durga' represents the powerful form of 'Shakti'. She defeated the demons 'Chanda' and 'Munda' as well as 'Mahishasura', the buffalo-headed monster.

The Mysuru Maharajas have revered Goddess Chamundeswari as their guardian deity for many centuries. She is also the main deity of Mysuru. 

Sri Chamundeshwari Temple Highlights




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Sri Chamundeshwari Temple,

Chamundi Hill, Mysuru 570010,

Karnataka, India.

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Chamundeshwari Temple Timings

Darshana and Pooja 



7:30 AM to 2 PM


3:30 PM to 6 PM


7:30 PM to 9 PM




6 AM to 7:30 AM


6 PM to 7:30 PM


5 AM to 6:30 AM

Prasadam is available for Abhishekam tickets only 




7:30 AM to 10:30 AM


7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

Free Meals Timings

Dasoha (Free Meals)



7:30 AM to 10 AM


12 PM to 3:30 PM


7:30 PM to 9 PM

Chamundeshwari temple Mysore Entry Fees


Ticket Price

Special Entry 

Rs. 100

Entry for Darshanam

Rs. 30

Seere Darishuva Kanika/ Saree Offering at Sri Chamundeshwari Temple

Contribution of Seva of Sarees to Goddess Chamundeshwari can be booked one month in advance.

Saree offered for draping to Divine Mother must be of Pure Silk and 6m in length. The Blouse portion must not be separated from Saree.


  1. The Saree must be handed over to the temple before 5 days of the seva date.
  2. In case we don't receive the Saree, the seva will be canceled.
  3. Please contact the Administrator to block the next available seva date.

Seva Price / ಸೇವಾ ಬೆಲೆ - Rs. 50 / ರೂ 50.

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Places to explore

  1. Chamundeshwari Temple: A historic temple over 1000 years old, dedicated to Goddess Durga, with a towering structure (Raja Gopura) added in 1830 by Krishna Raja Wodeyar III.
  2. Mahishasura Statue: A statue of Mahishasura, a demon defeated by Goddess Durga, welcoming visitors. The goddess is also known as Mahishasura Mardini.
  3. Nandi Statue: A large monolithic statue of Nandi, 15 ft in height and 25 ft in width, adorned with extensive ornaments. It's one of the largest of its kind.
  4. View Point: Chamundi Hill provides a breathtaking bird’s eye view of the city of Mysuru below.

Getting to Chamundeshwari Temple

Distance: The temple is located 12 km from Mysuru and 154 km from Bengaluru.

Air: The nearest airport is in Mysuru. Bengaluru, 154 km away, is another major airport option.

Rail: Mysuru serves as the nearest railway station with well-connected rail services.

Road: An extensive road network connects Mysuru to Chamundi Hills. City buses and taxis are available for the journey. KSRTC bus facilities are available every 20 minutes from Mysuru city bus stand to Sri Chamundeshwari Temple.

Accommodation Options

On Chamundi Hill:

Basic dormitory-type accommodation is available on top of Chamundi Hill.

In Mysuru (12 km away):

Mysuru city offers a range of stay options in various budget categories.

Guest House by Chamundeshwari Temple:

A 20-room guest house is available for devotees. For details, contact 0821 2590180.

Parking at Chamundeshwari temple Mysore

Paid Multi Level Parking Facilities for two and four wheelers are available on top of the chamundi hills.



2 Wheeler

Rs. 10

4 Wheeler

Rs. 30

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