Mysore, May 15 (SH)- The number of devotees fulfilling their vows at the Chamundeshwari temple atop the hill here is rising gradually.

Over the last three months, the hundi at the temple of the presiding deity of Mysore received Rs. 62.80 lakh in cash, 385.50 gram gold ornaments and 1,384 gram of silver articles.

Officers of Cauvery Kalpatharu Grameena Bank took count of the cash and ornaments received between May 11 and 13 at the spot where utsavamurthis of the deity is kept.

The counting and assessment of ornaments collected in the hundi were carried out under the eyes of camera and Police vigil.

The above information was disclosed to Star of Mysore by Shivalinge Gowda, Executive Officer of the temple.

The hundi is being opened once in three months and it is found that the collection of cash and ornaments is on the rise.

The number of devotees visiting the temple to fulfil their vows are also increasing, he added.

Courtesy : Star Of Mysore