Karnataka: Temples see 69.56% increase in revenue in 2023 after Shakti Scheme implementation

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05-02-2024

    Rs 390 was collected by temples in 2023

    Kukke Subramanya temple collected Rs 123 crore

    2022 had witnessed collection of Rs 230 crore

The implementation of the Shakthi scheme has resulted in people flooding to temples in various parts of Karnataka. Temples that specifically fall under the ambit of the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department have now been more frequently visited by women.

The net revenue collected by temples in the year 2023 amounts to Rs 390 crore. This is a significant jump from 2022 that had only witnessed a collection of Rs 230 crore. This amounts to a 69.56% increase.

The Kukke Subramanya temple collected Rs 123 crore in 2023. In 2022 it had collected Rs 74 crore. The Kollur Mookambika temple collected Rs 59.47 crore in 2023. In 2022 it had collected Rs 31.36 crore. The Chamundeshwari temple collected Rs 52.40 crore in 2023. In 2022 it had collected Rs 21.92 crore. The Yediyur Siddhalingeshwara temple collected Rs 36.48 crore in 2023. In 2022 it had collected Rs 31.74 crore. The Kateel Durgaparameshwari temple collected Rs 32.10 crore in 2023. In 2022 it had collected  Rs 19.57 crore. The Nanjangud Srikanteshwara temple earned Rs 26.71 crore in 2023. In 2022 it had collected Rs 18.49 crore.  The Savadatti Yellama temple, Mandaarthi Parameshwari temple, Ghati Subramanya temple and the Bengaluru Banashankari temple earned Rs 22.52 crore, Rs 59.47 crore, Rs 12.25 crore and Rs 10.58 crore respectively in 2023. In 2022 they had earned Rs 10.99 crore, Rs 31.36 crore, Rs 7.89 crore and Rs 5.95 crore respectively. 

Karnataka: Temples see 69.56% increase in revenue in 2023 after Shakti Scheme implementation

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    Rs 390 was collected by temples in 2023

    Kukke Subramanya temple collected Rs 123 crore

    2022 had witnessed collection of Rs 230 crore

The implementation of the Shakthi scheme has resulted in people flooding to temples in various parts of Karnataka. Temples that specifically fall under the ambit of the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department have now been more frequently visited by women.

The net revenue collected by temples in the year 2023 amounts to Rs 390 crore. This is a significant jump from 2022 that had only witnessed a collection of Rs 230 crore. This amounts to a 69.56% increase.

The Kukke Subramanya temple collected Rs 123 crore in 2023. In 2022 it had collected Rs 74 crore. The Kollur Mookambika temple collected Rs 59.47 crore in 2023. In 2022 it had collected Rs 31.36 crore. The Chamundeshwari temple collected Rs 52.40 crore in 2023. In 2022 it had collected Rs 21.92 crore. The Yediyur Siddhalingeshwara temple collected Rs 36.48 crore in 2023. In 2022 it had collected Rs 31.74 crore. The Kateel Durgaparameshwari temple collected Rs 32.10 crore in 2023. In 2022 it had collected  Rs 19.57 crore. The Nanjangud Srikanteshwara temple earned Rs 26.71 crore in 2023. In 2022 it had collected Rs 18.49 crore.  The Savadatti Yellama temple, Mandaarthi Parameshwari temple, Ghati Subramanya temple and the Bengaluru Banashankari temple earned Rs 22.52 crore, Rs 59.47 crore, Rs 12.25 crore and Rs 10.58 crore respectively in 2023. In 2022 they had earned Rs 10.99 crore, Rs 31.36 crore, Rs 7.89 crore and Rs 5.95 crore respectively. 

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