Anjaneya Temple, Tamil Nadu

The grand temple is an architectural and spiritual marvel initiated by Siri Viswaroopa punch Mukhi Anjaneya Swami Temple. One of the major attractions of Tamil Nadu, the Anjaneya temple, situated in Nanganallur, Chennai has a 32 feet tall Lord Hanuman idol which has a primary attraction due to the shimmering green light. It is built with the blessings and initiative of Sri Raghavendra Swamy and Sri Kanchi Puram Acharia. The main temple is a 90 feet tall tower with Lord Anjaneya facing the West which makes the main entrance gate to be on the same side. This is a conglomerate of many Hindu deities. This place has the portrayal of Lord Ram and his Lady Sita meditating in the presence of Lord Laxman and Anjaneya. People come here in numbers from all parts of the country to seek blessings in the form of good health, overall well being and prosperity. Especially and particularly on auspicious events and occasions such as Hanuman Jayanthi and Ram Navami the number of devotees and visitors visiting the temple is at its peak.

This place has the context of Lord Ram from Ramayan and Lord Krishna who was the charioteer of Arjun in the great battle of Mahabharata. Adding to the versatility of this great place is a nice beautiful east facing sculpture of Lord Ganesha or Vinayaka. Moreover, this statue is accompanied by Lord Shiva with his companion snake called Naga installed in front. This place is an absolute delight to visit with your friends and family. Apart from this the kids accompanying you on the trip can be best benefited with all the mythological knowledge under one architectural marvel.


Anjaneya Temple open at 05:00 AM to 12:00 NOON and then again 04:00 PM to 09:00 PM

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19 November 2021

Car parking available??