Travel: People play with fire for 8 days in this temple, you will be surprised to know the reason - Newztezz Online

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Travel: People play with fire for 8 days in this temple, you will be surprised to know the reason

Travel: Located at a distance of about 30 km from Mangalore, this temple is crowded with people during the festival of Navratri. The special thing is that here people play with fire for 8 days.

Durgaparameshwari Temple: There are many such temples in India, which have many secrets hidden within them. Here we will tell you about one such temple, about which you might hardly know. The name of this temple is Durgaparmeshwari, which is in the southern state of India, Karnataka. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga. This temple is also known as Koktila Temple.

Located about 30 km from Mangalore, this temple is crowded with people during the festival of Navratri. The special thing about this temple is that people here play with fire. Let us know about this mystery of Durgaparmeshwari temple…

people playing with fire

Let us tell you that every year in the month of April the game of fire is played in this temple for about eight days. This game starts a day before Aries Sankranti. The tradition of naming Agni Keli takes place among the people of two villages, Attur and Kalattur. In this game, people throw torches made of coconut bark at each other and it is played for 15 minutes. People believe that doing this reduces their pain and suffering.

temple opening time

Durgaparmeshwari temple is opened only at 4 in the morning. After this, the doors of the temple remain closed from 12.30 to 3 pm. After which this temple remains open from 3 to 10 pm. There is also a provision for Prasad for the devotees in this temple. You can also have food here between 8:30 and 10:00.

how to reach

If you want to visit this temple from Delhi, then you will have to take a ticket till Mangalore Railway Station. This temple is located at a distance of about 28 kilometers from there. Apart from this, you can also go by flight. The temple is also close to Mangalore Airport.

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