Male Mahadeshwara temple at M.M. Hills in Chamarajanagar district has accrued greater than ₹2.21 crore by means of ‘hundi collection’ from devotees within the final two months.
The hundis had been opened within the presence of Shanthamallikarjuna Swami of Salur Mutt and different officers on Thursday and the rely yielded ₹2.21 crore. The counting which started within the morning concluded late at night time. The assortment is excessive regardless of restrictions on visits by devotees because of the pandemic and curbs on mass gatherings. Apart from ₹2.21 crore in money, the devotees additionally donated 40 gm of gold and 1.67 kg of silver.
The current hundi assortment at Chamundeshwari temple in Mysuru was additionally excessive as almost ₹65 lakh was collected throughout October alone.