Hanuman Anjaneyar Temples in Tamilnadu

There are many shrines dedicated to the Lord Anjaneyar (Hanuman) in Tamilnadu. Panjavadi Anjaneyar Koil and Jayamangala Anjaneyar temple are popular hanuman temples in Pondicherry and Tamilnadu.

Sri Viswaroopa Panchamukha Anjaneyaswami Temple, Tiruvallur

Tiruvallur is situated at 45 kms from Chennai on the Chennai – Tiruttani – Thirupati route and the famous Vaidhya Veera Raghavaswami Temple is situated here. The nearest Airport is Chennai, Tamil Nadu. It is is also connected by rail. You need to get down at Tiruvallur railway station. From Chennai, to reach the Panchamukha Anjaneya Swami Ashram, take the road identified by a Ashram sign board from "oil mill junction" at Tiruvallur and be guided by sign boards placed at every intersection.

Sri Viswaroopa Panchamukha Anjaneyaswami Temple
10, Devi Meenakshi Nagar, Rajajipuram Part – III,
Periyakuppam, Tiruvallur – 602 001, Tamil Nadu.
Phone Number: 91-44-27600641

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Veera Mangala Anjaneya Temple

Veera Mangala Anjaneya Temple is a Hindu Temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman located in Nallathur Village in Thiruthani Taluk in Thiruvallur District of Tamil Nadu. The Temple is situated on the banks of the Kusasthalai. Presiding Deity, Veera Anjaneya is also popularly known as Bala Anjaneya.



Though the presiding deity is Lord Veera Anjaneya, he is popularly known as Bala Anjaneya since his features resemble those of a small child. The idol of Anjaneya, carved on a single slab of stone, faces north and is known as Veera Mangala Anjaneyar. It is one of the nine forms of Anjaneya, according to the Parasara Samhita. Lord Anjaneya is seen as walking towards North direction where Tirupati abode of Lord Venkateswara is situated. Lord Veera Anjaneya's right hand depicts 'abhaya mudra' with lotus petals in the palm, the left is found holding a lotus bud close to the chest.

The lotus is known as the symbol of Gyana, Aishwarya, and a symbol of Vijaya; representing Goddess Saraswathi, Lakshmi and Durga. The tail is raised over his head with a bell tied at its end. The small-sized carving of Lord Rama is found over his head. On the back of the idol is found the description of the ten incarnations of Lord Narayana. On his chest is found a carving in silver of Sita-Rama. As the best ornament of a Brahmmachari, he has a tuft and this long hair is tied up and he wears the Vaishnava symbol Thiruman in his long forehead.

He gives his darshan to the devotees through Pingaksha as his eyeball has a golden hue. Vishnu in his incarnation as Narasimha is said to have long sharp teeth known as gorapal. Bala Anjaneya also has gorapal. His long ears ever listening to Ramakatha wears a Panchamukha earring in kundala form. There are also garlands sculptured around his neck. He adorns a mala made of Saligramam – a rare fossil stone, found normally in Nepal. His both arms are adorned with armlets known as keyura, a bracelet known as parihariyajha and a bangle known as kankana in his wrist. He has a dagger at his hip and a long belt around the waist.

In his lotus feet he has two different types of anklets one resting in the foot known as Noopuram, one on his ankle known as thandai. Lord Veera Anjaneya's shrine has a single - tier vimana. On the southern side of the vimana Yoga Anjaneya with Sangu chakra and mala is found. On the east side is the Bhakta Anjaneya. On western side of the vimana is the Panchamukha Anjaneya with five faces and ten hands. On the northern side of the vimana is the Veera Anjaneya with the right hand lifted towards the sky left hand resting on his waist.

In the main shrine of Anjaneya are also found the Utsava idols of Sri Lakshmi Narasimha, Sri Sudarsana and a dancing Navaneetha Krishna. A small silver idol of Anjaneya with Panchayudha is also found here. On either side of the Moolavar idol of Anjaneya are the images of Sri Sudarsana (Chakra) and Panchajanya (Shanka). Two more shrines — one for Vishnu Durgai and another a Shadgona shrine for Sri Sudarsana with Sri Narasimha on the back have been built recently. The temple rituals are conducted according to the Vaikanasa Agama. A snake, which guarded the temple in the past, is said to be a regular visitor and provision has been made in the outer wall for its entry.

Sri Veera Mangala Anjaneyar Temple,
Nallathur, Tiruvallur TN, Tiruttani

Ravathanallur Veera Anjaneyar Kovil

Ravathanallur village is located in Sankarapuram Tehsil of Viluppuram district in Tamil Nadu, India. It is situated 15km away from sub-district headquarter Sankarapuram and 70km away from district headquarter Viluppuram. Sankarapuram is a taluk of Kallakurichi district of Tamil Nadu. The headquarters of this taluk is Sankarapuram town.

The temple is around 68 km from Sankapuram bus stand. If you are travelling from Bangalore you can connect through Thiruvannamali - Kalllkuruchi road to Tuthur bus stop. The temple is situated 5 km from there. Sunday is a special day for Lord Anjaneyar here. Lodges are available at sankarapuram at nominal rates. There are special celebrations conducted on Tamil new year.

Veera Hanuman Temple
Ravathanallur R.f, Ravathanallur,
Villupuram, Tamil Nadu - 606402
Phone Number: 9597189314

Other popular temples in this area are Pillaiyar Temple at Sankarapuram, Sivan and Perumal Temple at Deva Pandalam, Anjaneya Temple at Ravuthanallur, Mariyamman Temple at Pootai, Muniyappan Temple at Poikkunam, Muniyappan Temple at Seshasamuthram and Navaladiyar Temple at Nedumanur.

Anjaneya Temple, Nanganallur

The Anjaneya Temple at Nanganallur, Chennai is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Hanuman. The principal idol of Hanuman is 32 feet tall and sculpted from a single piece of granite, which the second tallest Hanuman after Panchavatee near Puducherry. The idol was installed in 1989 and consecrated in 1995.

Sri Maruthi Bhaktha Samajam Trust, consisting of people with high spiritual beliefs, wished for this temple. with the blessings of Sri Ragavendra Swami and Sri Kanchi Paramacharyar entrenched the 32 foot idol of Sri Anjaneyar in 1989 and consummated the Kumbabishekam in 1995. The distinguished factor of the 32 feet idol is that it was molded out of a single rock.

The main shrine houses Anjaneya inside a Temple Tower 90 feet tall. Anjaneya is facing West, and thus the main entrance is on the West. There is an auxiliary entrance on the southern side used during temple festivals. The main Temple building has path-ways all around the sanctum sanctorum and also a large covered space (Mandapam) for devotees to assemble in front of the Lord for offering worship.

On the North-West corner, a full-fledged Sannidhi for Sri Rama has been built and here He has taken abode with Seetha and Lakshmana with Anjaneya in attendance. The Gods are facing East. Rama's role as the protector and ruler is signified here as Rama is seen carrying his bow, hence the name "Kodanda Rama" for the Lord here. On the South-West, a Sannidhi for Lord Krishna with Rukmani and Satyabhama, all facing East has been built. Even though a Sannidhi for Lord Rama is normally built in Anjaneya temples, rarely a Sannidhi for Lord Krishna is built. Here in the Temple, Krishna Sannidhi is built to remind the devotees that among the Gods it was only Anjaneya who was present in both the Indian epics. In Ramayana, as a direct disciple of Rama and in Mahabaratha, in the flag of Arjuna's Chariot as ordained by Lord Krishna to save it from destruction by the opponents. In the North-East part of the Temple, on a small platform, "Vinayaka" is housed facing East and to his left on a yet another platform 'Naga' has been installed. Saint Raghavendra has taken his abode facing Lord Krishna.

The temple was run by a private trust - Sri maruthi bhaktha samajam trust - since consecration on 1995. However, widespread allegations of financial irregularities in the administration of the temple and the trust resulted in several complaints and petitions to the Govt of TamilNadu. This prompted a review and enquiry by Govt and upon unsatisfactory response and evidence from the trust, HR & CE declined exemption and took over the administration of the temple on July 2013. Predictably, this action was severely criticized by Sri Maruthi Bhaktha Samajam Trust, the former management, which was accused of the financial irregularities.

Nanganallur Anjaneyar Temple
No. 1, 8th Street, Ram Nagar,
Nanganallur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600061

Manakula Vinayagar Temple

Manakula Vinayagar Temple is a Hindu temple in the Union Territory of Puducherry. Dedicated to the god Ganesa, it is a popular pilgrimage site and tourist destination in Puducherry. The temple is of considerable antiquity and predates French occupation of the territory. During the tenure of Dupleix, there were attempts to destroy the temple, but it was spared owing to strong protests from the Hindu population and the threat of British and Maratha invasion of the territory.

Manakula Vinayagar Temple Timings:
5:45 AM - 12:30 PM, 4:00 PM - 9:30 PM


The Manakula Vinayagar Temple is one of the ancient temples in Puducherry, a Union Territory situated in the southern part of the Indian sub-continent. The temple is 400 meters West of the Bay of Bengal, 165 km South of Chennai, 23 km of North of Cuddalore and 35 km East of Viluppuram, Tamil Nadu. The main deity of this temple, "Manakula Vinayagar", is facing east. The temple was once bordered on the east side by Orlean Street, south by Jawaharlal Nehru Street, north by Law-de-Louristhon street and west by a canal running north–south. Temple was renovated in 2015.

It is highly frequented by tourists, being just 10 minutes walk from the famous beach road facing the Promenade Beach of Pondicherry.

Temples in Pondicherry

Arulmigu Panchamuga Anjaneyar Aalayam
No: 11, Sivet College Street,
Palaniappa Nagar, Gowrivakkam, Medavakkam,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600073
Phone Number: 044 2278 2033

Sri Kattu Veera Anjaneya Temple
Devasamuthiram Rd, Devasamudiram,
Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu 635001
Phone Number: 099407 31616

Sri Veera Anjaneyar Temple
Poonga Nagar, Thiruvallur, Tamil Nadu 602003
Phone Number: 044 2766 0041

Siva Veera Anjeneyar Temple
22, Ramakrishnan 1st St, Kuyapettai,
Ramakrishna Nagar, Porur,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600116
Phone Number: 099623 36666

Veera Anjaneya Temple
208, Chennai Tiruvallur High Road,
Ramachandra Nagar, Thirumazhisai, Tamil Nadu 600124
Phone Number: 044 2833 4822

Sri Jai Anjaneya Temple
67, 4th Street, Madambakkam,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600126
Phone Number: 098405 23756

Sri Ramakoti Nama Bhaktha Anjaneyar Swami Temple
Maruthi Hall, Anjaneyar Koil Sannadhi St,
Sembakkam, Rajakilpakkam, Tamil Nadu 600073
Phone Number: 098408 50399

Panchamukha Hanuman Temple
28, Lake View Street, Anna Nagar,
Tharamani, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600113
Phone Number: 083001 81008

Sri Panchamukha Anjaneyar Siddhar Peetham
No. 28, Lakeview Rd, Mohanapuri,
Taramani, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600113

Jambulingeshwar Temple
Kalathu Mettu St, Sadasivam Nagar,
Sembakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600116
Phone Number: 094447 34614

Alwarpet Anjaneyar Temple
TNSC Bank Compound, 183, Luz Church Road,
Mylapore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600004
Phone Number: 044 2499 2777

Panchamugha Anjaneyar
Old NGGO Colony, Thiruvallur,
Tamil Nadu 602003
Phone Number: 044 2766 0044

Distance from Tindivanam, Tamil Nadu to Panchavati, Dooravani Nagar, Bengaluru is 281.1 km and takes around 5 h 56 min via NH77 and NH 44/NH 48. Panchamuga Anjaneyar Temple Thiruvallur Pondicherry images, phone number, timings, history and story in tamil.

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