Kollor or Kolluru, a small town of high religious significance in Kundapur Taluk and a small district in Udupi district of Karnataka, is located 38 km away from Kundapur town. Lying in the foothills of the scenic Western Ghats, this Hindu pilgrim center is noted for its Mookambika temple.Dedicated to dedicated to Goddess Mookambika, who is believed to have killed the demon Mookasura, the temple attracts devotees from near and far. Here, she is worshipped in the form of a jyotirlinga that incorporates Shiva and Shakti alike.
Shri Chakra, consecrated by the divine Shri Adi Shankaracharya, boasts of panchaloha image of the presiding deity and is a site worth seeing. Here, the Divine Mother is also revered as a manifestation of triple forms or trigunas. The well gilded gold shikaras of this temple were donated by Sankanna Savantha and can be admired on the surroundings of the chief shrine of Mookambika and the smaller ones beyond. Installed by Shri Adi Shankara, the idol of Chandramaulishvara stands stoic in the complex renovated by the Keladi rulers.