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Kaumasura undertook sadhana and was granted a boon by Lord Shiva. However the Goddess of speech knew that the boon would make the cruel demon even more destructive. She took away his power of speech. As he was struck mooka, the demon came to be known as mookasura, and the Goddess who went on to kill the demon came to be known as Mookambika. 

The spot where the demon was killed is called Maraa Katte in Udipi, Karnataka. Much of the leela unfolded at the place where the Mookambika temple stands today in Kollur in Karnataka. 

May the divine mother Mookambika protect our speech so that we serve dharma through


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‪‎Siddhidatri‬, the ninth form of Goddess Durga, is believed to be the supreme fulfiller of all desires of her devotees including the greatest desire of all – the desire for liberation from all that binds, holds back and causes sorrow. Siddhidatri is that benign form of ‪Goddess Durga‬ who blesses devotees at the culmination of their prayers to her.

May Mata Siddhidatri give us the strength to accomplish all goals that are in accordance of dharma. Jai Mata Siddhidatri!

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