Raja rajeshwari Temple location geographically lies on the east-west meridian of Karnataka and is likewise known as as Kalyananagari. Sri Raja rajeshwari temple is situated inside the south west nook of the region among Cauvery and Vrishabhavati rivers called earlier as Kanchanagiri later as Kanchanahalli and also as Champakavana. It is stated inside the Tantra Chudamani that this place forms the karnabhaga or ear of the numerous Shaktipeethas in Bharat.
This Peetha has been referred to as as Jaya Peetha and the presiding Bhairava is Abiru Bhairava. It is at this place that His Holiness Sri Sri Sri Tiruchi Mahaswamigal mounted Sri Kailash Ashrama Mahasamsthana and Sri RajaRajeshwari Temple. The presiding Deity ‘Sri Raja rajeshwari’ is seated on this Shakti Peetha referred to as as Jaya Peetha in the surprising temple precincts. It is stated that inside the far flung past many devas, rishis, munis, siddhas which includes deva rishi Narada and others have propitiated the divine mom Sri Raja rajeshwari at this very area and obtained siddhi.