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Yellamma Sanctuary, otherwise called Renuka Sanctuary, (Kannada: ರೇಣುಕ ಯಲ್ಲಮ್ಮ ದೇವಿ ದೇವಸ್ಥಾನ) is a sanctuary of Goddess (Devi) Renuka and a journey goal situated around 5 kilometers (3.1 mi) away from the town of Saundatti in the Indian province of Karnataka. It is arranged on a peak referred to before as Siddhachal Parvat and now known as “Yellamma Gudi”, named after the sanctuary. The divinity in the sanctuary is the goddess Yellamma or Ellama or Renuka, adored as a richness goddess. The sanctuary is related with the old Devadasi practice of committing young ladies to the temple, which the Administration of Karnataka professes to have eliminated. The slope, a piece of the Sidhachal or Ramagiri slope extend which disregards the Malaprabha river, contains archeological confirmations of occupation dating to the mid-eighth to mid-eleventh hundreds of years of the early Rashtrakuta or late Chalukyan period, and incorporates gigantic burial chambers which originate before
While Jamadagni acknowledged the lady who had Renuka’s body, the other structure came to be famously known as Yellamma, which means mother to all. This likely is one of only a handful hardly any sanctuaries where penance is still permitted. Since Goddess Yellamma is likewise considered as a manifestation of Goddess Kali, enthusiasts offer creature penance here. The most significant occasion here is the Yellamma Kalyanotsavam, Bonalu Jathara and this jatara occurs after the Golkonda jatara every year. The sanctuary additionally has devoted holy places to numerous different Divine beings and Goddesses, for example, Ganesha, Nagadevta, Rajarajeshwari, and Sri Pochamma.