The Chamundeshwari Temple is situated on the highest point of Chamundi Hills around 13 km from the castle city of Mysore in the province of Karnataka in India. The sanctuary was named after Chamundeshwari or Durga, the savage type of Shakti, a tutelary god held in love for a considerable length of time by Mysore Maharajas. It is referred to asKrouncha Pitham as the area was referred to in Puranic circumstances as Krouncha Puri. The starting point of Shakti Peethas is related to the folklore of Daksha yaga and Sati's self immolation. In the later days, the slope came to be known as 'Chamundi Hills' out of appreciation for the Goddess Chamundi, the main subject of the 'Devi Mahathme'. The Goddess is accepted to be an incarnation of Parvati, the partner of Lord Shiva. An expansive number of enthusiasts from everywhere throughout the nation and furthermore from abroad visit the sanctuary consistently. They trust that the Goddess satisfies their wants and goals.