Kolaramma is the directing divinity of the town of Kolar in Karnataka. The Kolaramma sanctuary is thousand years of age and worked by the Cholas in the South Indian style. Goddess Parvathi is adored as Kolaramma by the general population of Kolar. The past maharajas of Mysore much of the time visited this sanctuary to get the endowments of Kolaramma. The sanctuary itself has flawlessly cut statues and plans all done utilizing the richly accessible rock stones. Visitors come to visit this place with their friends and family members. You can come to visit, explore and experience this place more.
Another divinity of this sanctuary is Chelamma or the scorpion goddess. Individuals trust that by supplicating at the Chelamma sanctuary a man will be protected from scorpion nibbles by the divinity. Another intriguing thing about the sanctuary is the hundi in Kannada or the well which is utilized to gather cash contributions from the general population, and it is a convention to in any event put one coin into the little opening on the floor of the sanctuary, which evidently is an expansive gap delved into the earth, one can at present hear the clicking hints of coins aggregated more than several years.