10 Must-Visit Most Popular Lord Hanuman Temples

Lord Hanuman, a reincarnation of Lord Shiva, is the most dedicated devotee of Lord Rama. He is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He is also identified as Viruputra and Anjanya, Bajrangbali, and Mahavir. Hanuman is a Vedic scholar who has no equal. He is a Vedic scholar who is immeasurable strong and can complete feats of supreme courage in the fight for Dharma. However, he is also selfless, loyal, and humble. Hanuman, known for mastering the nine types of devotions, is called "Parabrahma." Hanuman's worship is passionate and heartfelt by devotees around the globe. There are many temples dedicated to Lord Hanuman, which is why there are so many.

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List of 10 Temples of Lord Hanuman Temple.


#1 Hanuman Dhoka Temple

At the entrance to Kathmandu's royal palace called Hanuman Dhoka is a vast, orange-colored Hanuman statue. The idol is covered in red and protected by an umbrella. It is assumed that the statue was established in 1672. The face of Hanuman had somehow disappeared after years of vermillion application by devotees.


#2 Sankat Mochan Temple

This temple is located in Varanasi (UP) Sankat Mochan. It can be found near the Assi River stream, between the New Vishwanath Temple and the Durga temple. The temple dates back to the early 1900s. Many devotees of Hinduism visit this temple.


#3 JakhooTemple  Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

Jakhoo, also understood as Jakhu Temple, is located 8500 feet east of Shimla's historical ridge ground. According to mythology, the temple was built during the battle between Lord Ramayana and Ravana. The 2km walk through dense forests of Jakhu hills is required for devotees. This temple is similar to many other Hanuman temples throughout India. When you visit this temple, you see a lot of monkeys.




#4 Sri Anjaneyar Temple Srilanka

Sri Anjaneyar temple is established in Port Dickson, which is approximately 30-45 minutes from Colombo's main area. The temple houses Panchamukha Hanuman, a five-faced statue of Lord Hanuman. The most exciting thing about this temple is that, although it was originally facing straight when it was placed, it later turned left and faced the sea.


#5 Balaji Hanuman Temple

The Mehandipur Balaji Temple is found in Rajasthan's Dausa district. Three main deities are worshiped here: Lord Hanuman (The King of spirits), Pret Raj (The King), and Bhairav. Legend has it that Lord Balaji's and Pret Raja's images (the kings of spirits) appeared around one thousand years ago from Mehandipur Dham, in a valley amidst the hills of Aravali Range. This temple is visited by thousands of people who encourage evil spirits.




#6 Trinidad Hanuman Temple

The 85-foot tall Hanuman statue in Carapichaima is Trinidad's most giant Hanuman statue. According to South Indian Dravidian architecture, the structure was built. The Hanuman Murthi was built by twenty silpis (masons), who were brought from India. It took two years. It is a magnificent statue that attracts both Hindus and foreigners.




#7 Shri Bala Hanuman Temple, Jamnagar

Shri Bala Hanuman Temple is the most well-known temple devoted to God Hanuman. It is visited daily by devotees of Hanuman. The most interesting thing about this temple is that the repetitive chanting of "Shri Ram Jay Ram, Jay Ram, and Jay Ram," which began on August 1, 1964, has continued uninterruptedly for 52 years. In a relay system, devotees alternate and continue to pray in a constant and melodious stream. When you visit Jamnagar, you must visit this temple.




#8 Shri Kashtbhanjan Hanuman Temple, Salangpur

The Salangpur Hanuman Temple is considered the most sacred, with Sadguru Gopalanand Swami's Hanuman image. People affected by evil spirits are said to see this temple's image and feel compelled to leave. This Hanuman temple is famous for the many healing rituals it has performed.


#9 Hanumangarhi

Hanumangarhi, the temple, is located in Ayodhya, one of the most sacred cities in Uttar Pradesh. The temple is a sacred site, but it is also a famous tourist attraction place in Ayodhya. Popular legend says that Hanuman lived in the area where the Hanuman Garhi is now. It is believed that he lived there to protect Janmabhoomi and Ramkot.


#10 Hanuman Temple, Delhi

Connaught Place is home to the Hanuman Temple of Delhi. It is believed to be one of the five temples dedicated to the Mahabharata days. Bala Hanuman, which is Hanuman as a child, is the name of the idol. This temple's idol is self-manifested. It has an unusual feature in its spire (Viman), in which a crescent moon (an Islamic symbol) is fixed. This is in place of the Hindu symbol for the Sun, which is common in many Hindu temples. The devotions at this temple include the 24-hour chanting of "Sri Ram Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram," which began on August 1, 1964. This continuous chanting has led to the name of the temple being recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records.


These are the top 10 most famous Hanuman temples in India. These temples will provide you with tranquility and pleasure when you travel to India. Please let me know if you are aware of any other famous Hanuman temples that aren't on this list.




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