Over the years, many devotees of this temple have witnessed the amazing sakthi of Nagamma. Once, an ice-cream vendor was selling popsicles at the premise of the temple. Once he was done, he returned home without praying at the temple. On his was down from the hill, he came across two beautiful ladies clad in a sari. The ladies halted the ice-cream vendor and asked for popsicles. After serving them, the ice-cream vendor arrived home. Upon his arrival, he became ill. His family took him to a bomoh. After several séances, the bomoh told him to pray at the Nagamma temple, and he would be cured. The ice-cream vendor went to the temple and prayed for his recovery. As he finished his prayers, he was stunned to see his beautiful lady customers in the form of a statue. The mystical customers who appeared before him were goddess Chamundee and Magenthari.
The most important date in this temple is May 1st, whereby a special pooja is conducted annually. Devotees of Nagamma, fast for three days and carry pots filled with milk from the foothill to the hill top. When the devotees arrive at the temple, the milk is poured onto the seven Kanni Devi’s. Nagamma gives her blessing during this festive occasion, and this has been witnessed by several devotees. Once during this annual festival, the priest of this temple witnessed a beautiful cobra resting beneath a tree near the temple. Astonishingly, the cobra was in seven different colours. As he was stunned by this miraculous incident, the priest called other devotees to witness this mystical event. After receiving the blessings of Nagamma, the priest returned to the temple. He was shocked to see that the seven shades of the cobra was the exact colour of each sari on the seven Kanni Devi’s.
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