Hanuman Anjaneya Temples in Bangalore

Lord Hanuman is worshipped all over India with various names like Anjaneya, Hanumanji, Maruti, Bajrang Bali, Mahavir, Pavan Kumar. He was born to the Wind God and Anjana Devi. He is one of the seven chiranjeevis (immortal ones). The Sun God Surya is considered as his Guru. There are many shrines dedicated to the Lord Anjaneya (Hanuman) in Bangalore.

The Valmiki Ramayana has a seperate section called Sundara Kandam or Sundar kand, which describes in detail the leelas of Lord Hanuman is his search for Sita, across the sea. The Sundara Kandam comprises 2885 verses and the word Sundara means beautiful. The esoteric significance of the sundara kandam is important. The ocean represents the ocean of samsara. Lord Rama represents the paramatma and Sita Devi represents the jivatma. Hanuman represents the Guru or Divine teacher.

Madiwala Hanuman Temple

Madiwala Hanuman Temple is located on Hosur Road, Madivala opposite to Total Mall. The temple could be quickly spotted as there is a huge idol of Lord Hanuman in standing position, in front of the temple.



Madiwala Hanuman Temple
Hosur Road, Madivala, BTM Layout,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560068
Phone Number: 090358 30145

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Karanji Anjaneya temple, Basavanagudi

Karanji Anjaneya temple in Basavanagudi is around 4.3 km from Bangalore city railway-station. The idol of the Lord, which faces North, is approximately of 18 ft and considered to be one of the tallest ones in Bangalore. The Lord has the 'choodamani' in his hands depicting one of the scenes from the epic, Ramayana. The temple today stands on the Karanji lake that existed then, and hence the name Karanji Anajaneyaswamy temple.

The temple is located adjacent to the BMS College for Women and is spread across a huge land, there is ample space for parking. As you enter the temple, a tall flagpost dedicated to Lord Garuda welcomes you. The temple also has carvings that depict various incidents from Ramayana. To the right of the main shrine of Lord Hanuman, is the temple dedicated to Lord Rama along with Goddess Seetha and his brother Lakshmana. Outside the temple, there is a huge peepul tree with a lot of statues dedicated to the serpent gods.

There are many buses from Majestic and KR Market to Basavanagudi, you may choose to get down at the Gandhi Bazaar Bus stand or Ganesh Bhavan and the temple is at a walkable distance from there. When you visit this temple, you may also choose to visit the Bull temple, Dodd Ganapathi temple and the Bugle rock.



Temple Timings
Morning07:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Evening04:00 PM - 08:00 PM

Banaswadi Hanuman Temple

Hanuman temple of Dodda Banaswadi is said to be more than 150 years old and constructed in dravidian fashion. This temple is dedicated to Hanuman, Ganapathi, Venkateshwara, Srirama, Basaveshwara, Lord Rama and Lord Shiva. This place is a well known busy locality situated to the north east of Bengaluru about 6 kms. from the centre of the city.



The statue of Anjaneya in this temple was sculptured in a town located between Kundapura and Udupi named Saligrama. The deity is 4ft. tall looks magnificent and was installed by the Saint guru Sri Vyasaajaru. This temple was designed by late Sri Kempegowda the architect of Bengaluru. The temple ‘Gopura’ was constructed in typical Dravidian style.

Every year on the day of Hanuman Jayanthi which falls between December 16 to January 14, usually on a full moon-day in the month of Chaitra, the idol of Lord Hanuman sheds tears. The tears have continued to flow over the years and this is perhaps the most unique feature of this temple. From the month of Ugadi the special programmes such as Annadanam Abhishekam, Alankaram are done in the temple. During the 'Hanuman Jayanthi' festival, people gather here and celebrate with pomp and gaiety. Annadanam is served on Saturdays and Sundays where nearly 2000 people take part in this programme.

Agara Lord Hanuman Temple

Agara Hanuman Temple is located in the south east side of Bangalore. The Temple was inaugurated in the year 1976. Agara Hanuman Temple is build in Pagoda style architecture. The temple has 102 feet Gigantic statue of Lord hanuman facing east. Agara village also has Jagannath Temple and host annual Rath Yatra.

Temple Timings
Sunday to Saturday09:00 AM – 11:00 AM
05:00 PM – 08:30 PM





Distance from Toll Gate Electronic city phase 1 to Horamavu Agra Hanuman Temple is 36.7 km and takes around 1 h 9 min via NH 44. Distance from Tollgate, Magadi Road, Rajajinagar to Horamavu Agra Hanuman Temple is 21.0 km and travelling takes around 51 min via NH 44/NH75.

Distance from Koramangala to Jagannatha Temple Bengaluru, Agara Village is 4.0 km and takes around 12 min via Sarjapur Main Road. Distance of Bellandur to Jagannatha Temple, Agara Village is 3.8 km and taking around 8 min via NH 44. Distance from Madiwala to Horamavu Agra Hanuman Temple is 25.9 km and takes around 50 min via NH 44. Distance from Marathahalli to Horamavu Agra Hanuman Temple is 13.7 km and takes around 27 min via NH 44.

Hanuman Temple in Balagere

Hanuman Temple is located close to Shoba Dream Acres Apartments on Varthur - Panathur Road near Balagere Village.

Hanuman Temple in Balagere
Thubarahalli Extended Road,
Balagere, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560087



Southegowdanahalli Ganesha Hanuman Temple

Ganesha Hanuman Temple is located in Southegowdanahalli on the way towards Bangalore International Airport. There is huge statue of Hanuman carrying Rama and Lakshman in front of the temple. The statue is in Standing position.

Ganesha Hanuman Temple
Gareravi layout, Devanahalli,
Southegowdanahalli, Karnataka 562110
Phone Number: 097313 17935



Karya Siddhi Hanuman temple

Karya Siddhi Hanuman temple is situated at Girinagar (BSK 3 rd Stage), Southern part of Bangalore. The temle is run by Avadhoota Datta Peetham. 'Karya' means any work & 'Siddhi' means fulfilled, so the name itself says the Hanuman here is considered to be rewarding wishes of his devotees. Sri Ganapathi Sacchidananda Swamiji has installed Lord Hanuman here. Lord Hanuman is a Hindu God who helped Sri Rama as his devotee and located wife of Sri Ram (Seetha). Lord Hanuman also fought against Ravana (The emperor of Lanka). There are several forms to worship Lord Hanuman such as Veera Hanuman, Panchamukhi Hanuman, Shanti Hanuman, Prasanna Anjaneya & many more. You will find images of Anagha Devi Sametha Sri Dattatreya, Lord Shiva, Ganapathi, and Navagraha Gudi in the temple premises. Everyday hundreds of devotees visit the temple. Most of the time temple is crowded. You can see lot of coconuts tied around the temple because of "Poorna Phala Samarpana" - a type of pooja given at the temple for fulfilling the wishes.



Sri Karyasiddhi Hanuman Temple Girinagar
Sri Ganapathi Sachindananda Ashrama Premises,
3rd C Main, 7th Cross, 2nd Phase,
Near State Bank Of Travancore, Girinagar,
Bangalore - 560085
Phone Number: +(91)-80-26722269

Sri Sundara Anjaneya Temple

Sri Sundara Anjaneya Temple is located in Kalkere, Horamavu Post, Ramamurthynagar. There is 12 feet idol of Lord Hanuman is main attraction here. A serene place maintained by Isckon purohits. As the name says, Anjaneya in his all Alankaar looks so wonderful that you just lose yourself in his presence.



Sri Sundara Anjaneya Swamy Temple, Kalkere
NRI Layout, Kalkere, Horamavu Post,
Ramamurthynagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560043
Phone Number: 080 2849 3326

Hanuman Temple at Hampi
Kengal Anjaneya Swamy Temple, Ramanagara
Kere Anjaneya Swami Temple, Sringeri
Kote Anjaneya Temple, Tumkur
Mulbagal Anjaneya Swamy Temple, Kolar
Nuggikeri Hanuman Temple, Dharwad

Ragigudda Prasanna Anjaneya Temple, Jayanagar 9th Block

The Ragigudda Sri Prasanna Anjaneya temple is a temple dedicated to Hanuman located in Jayanagar 9th Block suburb of Bangalore. The temple also hosts a Shivalinga along with Rama, Sita, Lakshmana, Hanuman shrine in the same precinct. The temple is situated on a hillock.There is a smaller temple dedicated to Ganesha, Navagrahas and Rajarajeshwari at the base of the hillock. The temple also plays host to the holy trinity of the Hindu's engraved on huge rocks at the side of the temple.





It is believed that the hillock which hosts the main deity Sri Prasanna Anjaneya Swamy was formed from a heap of Ragi Millet and hence was termed "Ragigudda". During this period the holy trinity Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva expressed their will to remain near the hillock and turned themselves into stones near the hillock. These 3 stones now bear engravings of the trinity. The temple was formed in 1969 and registered in 1972.



Ragigudda Anjaneya Temple
KSRTC Layout, 9th Block, Jayanagar,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560069
Phone Number: 080 2658 0500

Bagilu Anjaneya Temple, Yelahanka

Yelahanka Bagilu Anjaneya temple is a very popular Hanuman Temple in Bangalore and is located in the Yelahanka locality. It is believed that Hanuman appeared as a Brahmachari or celibate in the dream of Shri Kempegowda the founder of Bangalore and blessed him in his conquests and pointed towards his presence under a Banyan Tree at Yelahanka. The Hanuman temple is situated in the Mysore Bank circle of Bangalore city.

It is believed that Bangalore city was formed with the blessings of Yelahanka Bagilu Anjaneya. Apart from the murti of Hanuman, the temple also has murtis of Sindhur Anjaneya Swamy, Shri Lakshmi Narayana Swamy, Goddess Lakshmi and Garuda with Amrita Kalasha. Bangalore Hanuman Temple is located at the center of the city, next to Mysore Bank (SBM) which is located at a distance of about one km from Kempegowda (KSRTC) Main Bus Stand. The most important festival in the temple is observed on Magh Shukla Paksha Saptami day or the seventh day during the waxing phase of moon in Magh month. It is a seven day festival beginning on the first day of the Magh Month.



Yelahanka Gate Anjaneya Temple

Yelahanka Gate Anjaneya Temple is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Anjaneya in Avenue Road, Bangalore, India. The temple was built by Kempegowda the founder of Bangalore. The temple was named after the Yelahanka gate of the Bangalore Fort where it was built.

Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Puttenhalli Park, S H 9, Yelahanka,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560064

Harake Hanuman Temple, I.T.I.Layout

Harake Hanuman Temple is located in the midst of I.T.I.Layout behind Poorpragna Vidyapeeta, Bangalore. As the name suggests, Harake (A unique prayer to the Almighty God) is the most attractive thing in the temple here. It is a divine space which hosts the idol of Hanuman which is quite a big in size compared to rest.

Harake Hanuma Temple
NO.10/27, I.T.I Layout, Temple St,
Kathreguppe, Banashankari 3rd Stage,
Banashankari, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560085
Phone Number: 094487 83609

Gali Anjaneya Temple, Mysore Road

Gali Anjaneya (Hanuman) Temple is one of the oldest and sacred temples of Bangalore located in Mysore Road Byatarayanapura, the suburb of Bangalore. Saint Sri Vyasaraya of Channapattana, a great philosopher and devotee to Lord Anjaneya has built around 732 temples for the Lord Anjaneya (Hanuman). It is believed that Sri Vyasaraya established this temple in the year 1425 at the convergence of two rivers - Vrishabhavathi and Paschimavahini.

It is believed that once the idol of the Lord Anjaneya open to Gali (Gali means Air in Kannada language), hence the name Gali Anjaneya. It is also believed that since Anjaneya (Hanuman) is son of Vayu, the wind God therefore Gali Anjaneya. Today this open temple had developed to be a big temple in the extremely congested area Byatarayanapura in Bangalore - Mysore Road. You can see the tall Rajagopura (entrance tower) at the entrance of the Gali Anjaneya temple and have darshan of Lord Ganesha and Venugopala Swamy. Once you pass the entrance you can see and offer prayers to Sri Rama Parivara and Sri Satya Narayana. The main attraction, Sri Gali Anjaneya Swami is seen facing the Sri Rama Parivara.

Shri Gali Anjaneyaswamy temple
Mysore Road, Opp. Gali Anjaneya Temple,
Byatarayanapura, Banashankari Stage I,
Banashankari, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560026

Prasanna Veeranjaneya Temple

Prasanna Veeranjaneya Temple in Mahalakshmipuram, Bangalore. Being one of the popular attractions of the city, Sri Prasanna Anjaneya temple hosts the gigantic idol of Lord Hanuman; 22 feet in height and 16 feet in width. One of the most spectacular events is the "Benne-Alankara" (Butter decoration) which is usually conducted in August, during which the gigantic idol is decorated with more than 500 kg of butter. ISKCON Temple Bangalore, Rajajinagar is close (1.2 Km) to this temple and hardly takes 15 minutes by walk via West of Chord Road.



Sri Prasanna Veeranjaneya Swamy Temple
4th Main Road, Mahalakshmipuram Layout,
Mahalakshmi Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560086
Phone Number: 080 2349 1727

Suvarnamukhi Anjaneya Temple Bannerghatta

Suvarnamukhi Hills is located inside Bannerghatta National Park and stretch out to a huge rock. The beautiful Suvarnamukhi stream meanders through these hills. At the foot of the hill, the famous Champaka Dhama Swamy temple, built in the Dravidian style of architecture, belonging to the Hoysala age is at the foot of this hillock. The temple enshrines an image of Lord Vishnu with his consorts Sridevi and Bhudevi.

Suvarnamukhi Anjaneya Temple is situated just before the Bannerghatta National Park, on the outskirts of Bangalore. 1.5kms from Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple behind the mountain, inside the forest is the famous Suvarnamukhi Kalyani. The water in this Kalyani is believed to have curative powers. Locals will tell you that a dip here will cure you of several diseases.

This is the place where Emperor Janamejaya took bathe and prayed after which he was released from sarpa dosha or the curse of the snake. He also got a golden body after he had bathed in this pod. Hence, it is called Suvarnamukhi. He then consecrated the idol of Champakadhama Swamy (Sri Champakadhama Swamy Devalaya). The Pushkarini, Kalyani or pond is emptied once an year so that the rock at the bottom, which is engraved with the image of Anjaneya, maybe worshipped. After worship, water is once again let into the pond.

Suvarnamukhi Temple
Bannerghatta Road, Bengaluru,
Karnataka 560083

Sri Prasanna Anjaneya Temple, Nargarbhavi

Naagarabhaavi is a residential area in West Bangalore located between Mysore road and Magadi Road. Sri Prasanna Anjaneya Temple is located in Nargarbhavi and is known for its giant Anjaneya's Idol in meditation. The statue which is about 28+ feet is located in Nagarbhavi near both inner and outer ring roads; Behind BDA complex Nagarbhavi.



Towards the left of Lord Anjaneya, Pancha Naga Ganesha is present. To the right, you can see Chatur bhuja Rama idol similar to the one in Bhadrachalam, Andra Pradesh. There is also Navagraha temple within the temple complex. Special poojas are available on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Sankarshti and Satyanarayana Poojas also performed. Buddha Zen park is at walkable distance from this temple.

Sri Prasanna Anjaneya Temple
3rd Block, BDA Layout, 2nd Stage,
Naagarabhaavi, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560072

The Temple and its premises are well maintained. Distance from Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru (BLR), Devanahalli to Naagarabhaavi is 43.9 km and travelling takes around 56 min via NH 44. Distance from Majestic to Naagarabhaavi is 11.0 km and takes around 26 min via Chord Road.

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Shani Mahatma Temple, Varthur

Shani Mahatma Temple on Muthasandra Main Road, Varthur has an Anjaneya Temple Adjacent to it. This temple has 12 - 14 feet idol of Hanuman infront of it. There are idols of Rama, Sita and Laxman above the Statue. There is Ganesha Temple and Yellamma Temple on the same road.



Sri Anjaneya Swamy Temple, Gunjur Palya

Anjaneya Swamy Temple in Gunjur Palaya is one of the popular Hanuman Temples in Gunjur. Distance from Gunjur Road to Doddakannelli is 3.3 km and takes around 8 min via Gunjur - Doddakannelli Road. Distance from Gunjur to Dommasandra is 5.4 km and travelling takes around 12 min via SH 35.



Sri Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Gunjur Palya, Behind Sri Beereshwara Temple,
Bangalore, Karnataka - 560087
Phone Number: 098450 02085

There is another Shani Mahatma Temple near Gunjur Palaya - Gunjur road, near Whistling Woods Apartments (which connects Balagere village). There is a 6ft statue of Hanuman on the dom. There are idols of Shani Mahatma, Ganesha and Hanuman inside the temple. The road takes a diversion little ahead from here towards Gunjur and Panathur. You can see another temple on the Right Hand Side when you move towards Gunjur.



Guddadahalli Anjaneya Temple

Guddadahalli Anjaneya Temple is located Kempanna Layout, Guddadahalli, Hebbal. There is a huge Statue pof Lord Hanuman in Temple Premises.



Anjaneya Temple
11th Cross Road, Kempanna Layout,
Guddadahalli, Hebbal, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560032

Sri Dari Anjaneya Swamy Temple

Sri Dari Anjaneya Swamy Temple is located in Subedarpalya, CV Raman Road, Yeswanthpur.



Sri Dari Anjaneya Swamy Temple
CV Raman Road, Subedarpalya,
Yeswanthpur, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560022
Phone Number: 094815 53456

Panchamukhi Anjaneya Swamy Temple

Panchamukhi Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Immadihalli, Whitefield,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560066



Sri Abhaya Anjaneya Swamy Temple

Sri Abhaya Anjaneya Swamy Temple
358/1, Siddapura Road, Palm Meadows,
Siddapura, Brookefield, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560066
Phone Number: 099450 71223



Sri Veera Anjaneya Swamy Temple

Veera Anjaneya Swamy Temple is located in Gandhinagar, Yelahanka. The Temple which is close to the road, can be quickly spotted by the huge Hanuman Statue on the temple dom.



Sri Veera Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Hospital Road, Gandhi Nagar,
Yelahanka, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560064

Shree Panchamuki Anjaneya Temple

Shree Panchamuki Anjaneya Temple is located at Nanjamba Agrahara, Chamrajpet. The most attractive spot in the temple premises is the 17-19 feet tall Anjaneya statue. Panchamukhi Anjaneya here has five heads - Anjaneya, Varaha (boar-headed avatar of the Lord Vishnu), Garuda, Narasimha (lion-headed avatar of the Lord Vishnu) and Hayagreeva (horse-headed avatar of the Lord Vishnu).



Banaswadi Hanuman Temple

Dodda Banaswadi Hanuman temple, is said to be more than 150 years old. Banaswadi Anjaneya Swamy Temple was designed by late Sri Kempegowda the architect of Bangalore. 'Gopuram' was constructed in typical Dravidian style, There are other deities Lord Rama, Shiva (Basaveshwara) and Ganapathi in the temple premises. In Banaswadi, there are several other famous temples: the Swami Ayyappa Temple, Uma Maheshwari Amman Temple Nanjangud Sree Raghavendraswamy mutt, Maha Ganapathi temple, Kodanda Rama temple etc.

Here the idol of deity Veera anjaneya swamy which is 4ft tall looks very magnificent is installed by the Saint guru Sri Vyasarajaru. It had been sculpted at 'Saligrama' which is a small town located on the way to Kundapura from Udupi. Here, the idol of Lord Hanuman sheds tears on the day of 'Hanuman Jayanthi' which happens every year is a very rare phenomenon.

Every year on the day of Hanuma Jayanthi, Car Festival of lord Hanuman will be celebrated in Banaswadi in a very grand manner. During that time the temple will be decorated with lights and flowers. Special puja, Rath yatra and sevas will be performed to the Lord during the Navaratri celebrations.

The statue of Anjaneya in the temple was sculptured in a town located between Kundapura and Udupi named Saligrama. Many devotees believe that the god of the temple is very powerful and the wishes get fulfilled. The whole year the temple is conducting special poojas and celebating religious festivals.

From the month of Ugadi the special programmes such as Annadanam Abhishekam, Alankaram are done in the temple. .During the 'Hanuman Jayanthi' festival, people gather here and celebrate with pomp and gaiety. The ambience of the temple is very peaceful and quite. Annadanam is served on Saturdays and Sundays where nearly 2000 people take part in this programme.

Every year on the eve of Hanuman Jayanthi which falls between December 16 to January 14 usually on a full moon-day in the month of Chaitra, this deity is attracted by a miracle; it so happens that tears come out from the idol and people flock from all parts of Bangalore to witness this miracle.

Sri Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Dodda Banaswadi Road, Behind BBMP Office,
Banaswadi, Bangalore - 560043
Phone Number: 080 - 25458328

Other Panchamuki Anjaneya Temples in Bangalore

Panchamukha Anjaneya (Hanuman) is a Sanskrit word meaning 'Five-faced Hanuman'. The origin of Sri Panchamukhi Hanuman can be traced to a story in Ramayana. During the war between Lord Rama and Ravana, Ravana took help of Ahiravana, the king of Pathala. Lord Hanuman in order to protect Lord Rama and Lakshman formed a fortress with his tail. Ahiravana took the form of Vibhishana the noble brother of Ravana and took Lord Rama and Lakshman to Pathala loka.

Hanuman entered pathala loka in search of Rama and Lakshmana, He found that life of Ahiravana was hidden in the five lamps which were placed in different directions. He could be killed only by extinguishing all five lamps the same time. To accomplish this Hanuman had to take the form of Panchamukha Hanuman. This form of Hanuman has five faces. Hayagriva, Narasimha, Garuda and Varaha are the four other faces along with Hanuman's face. Hanuman, using the five faces in different directions, blew out the lamps thereby killing Ahiravana.

East facing Anjaneya to grant Ishta Siddhi to humanity. South facing Karala Ugraveera Narasimha to grant Abhista Siddhi to humanity. West facing Mahaveera Garuda to grant Sakala Sowbhagya to humanity. North facing Lakshmi Varaha to grant Dhana Prapthi to humanity. Urdhva Mukha being Hayagriva to grant Sarva Vidya Jaya Prapthi to humanity. We have listed down few Panchamuki Anjaneya Temples in Bangalore, below:

Shree Panchamukhi Anjaneya Temple
20th Main Road, Ganapathi Temple 18th Road,
6th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560095

Panchamukhi Anjaneya Temple
36, 8th Main Road, Nanjamba Agrahara,
Chamrajpet, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560018
Phone Number: 080 4567 8900

Sri Panchamukhi Anjaneya Swami Temple Attiguppe
102, 5th D Cross Road, Indra Colony,
BCC Layout, Attiguppe, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560040
Phone Number: 099860 01744

Sri Panchamukhi Hanuman Temple
No 110 and 111, Doddagubbi Main Road,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560077
Phone Number: 094489 56725

Sri Panchamukhi Anjaneya Swamy Temple
4th Cross Rd, Chikkanayakanahalli,
Doddakannelli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560035
Phone Number: 099723 35113

Panchamukhi Hanuman Temple
Gruhalakshmi Housing Colony,
Peenya, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560073
Phone Number: 098803 71587

Panchamukhi Anjaneya Temple
3rd Phase, J. P. Nagar,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560078

Om Sri Panchamukha Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Anagalapura Main Road, Anagalapura,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560077
Phone Number: 096205 74941

Panchamuki Hanuman Temple
11th Main Rd, E block, 2nd Stage,
Rajajinagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560055

Shree Panchamukhi Hanuman Temple
No 110 and 111, Doddagubbi Main Road,
Bengaluru, Karnataka - 560077

Other Hanuman Temples in Bangalore

There are another 50 other Hanuman Temples in Bangalore. Few of the popular Anjaneya Temples in Bangalore are:

Kattana Giri Bilishivale Hanuman Temple
Bilishivale, Bangalore District,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560077

Anjaneya Temple
Stage 2, 2, 16th Main Rd, EWS Colony,
BTM 2nd Stage, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560076

Hanuman Temple
Banashankari Stage II, 425, 28th Main Road,
Lakshmi Layout, MCHS Colony, Stage 2,
BTM 2nd Stage, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560076

Vigneswara, Murukan, Hanuman temple
820, 27th Main Rd, MCHS Colony, Stage 2,
BTM 2nd Stage, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560076

Hanuman Temple
Puttenahalli Road, JP Nagar VI Phase,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560078

Hanuman Temple
1/2, 6th Main Rd, New Akash Nagar,
Stage 3, Indiranagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560038

Sri Sundhara Anjaneya Swamy Temple
8, 5th Main Road, 100 Feet Road,
Indira Nagar 1st Stage, H Colony, Indiranagar,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560038

Hanuman Temple
24, Bazaar St, Someshwarpura,
Halasuru, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008
Phone Number: 098453 75130

Bayalu Anjaneya Temple
Bus stop, 3a, Swamy Vivekananda Road,
Corporation Colony, Halasuru,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008
Phone Number: 090191 19605

Hanuman Temple
Kamaraj Rd, Sivanchetti Gardens,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560042

Sri Bhakta Anjaneya Temple
Thimmaiah road cross, 30, OPH Road,
Sulthangunta, Shivaji Nagar,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560051

Anjaneya Temple, Kalhalli
Kalhalli Road, Kalhalli, Halasuru,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008

Sri Anjaneya Temple
22, 5th Main Rd, Swamy Shivanandapuram,
Shivaji Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001

Sri Anjaneya swamy Temple
Seppings Rd, Opp. Sri Muthyalamma devi temple,
Bharati Nagar, Shivaji Nagar,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560051

Bokaro Manjadi Hanuman Mandir
Prakash Layout, Varthur,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560087
Phone Number: 070904 90667

Lord Hanuman Temple
1st Main Road, Near Milk Dairy,
Patel Narayanswamy Layout, Siddapura,
Whitefield, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560066

Hanuman Temple
156, 4th Main Road, Tigalarpalya, Brookefield,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560066

Hanuman Mandir
76/1, Varthur Road, Ramagondanahalli,
Whitefield, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560066

Anjaneya Temple
Immadihalli Road, Nagondanahalli,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560067

Anjaneyaswamy Lord Hanuman Temple
Seetharampalya - Hoodi Road, Seetharampalya,
Whitefield, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560048
Phone Number: 078999 82793

Hanuman Temple
ITPL Rd, Kundalahalli Colony,
Near Marathahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560037
Phone Number: 099806 36741

Ganesha Hanuman Temple
Halasahalli Road, Varthur,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560087

Sri Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Borewell Road, Maruthi Nagar, Thigalarapalya,
Whitefield, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560067

Hanuman Temple
19, 1st Main Rd, Ramanjaneya Layout,
Sanjay Nagar, 1st Main Road, Ramanjaneya Layout,
Anand Nagar, Sanjay Nagar, Marathahalli,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560037

Sai Colony Hanuman Temple
Hanuman Temple Road, Sai Colony Extn,
Belathur, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560067
Phone Number: 080 2845 1337

Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Belathur Main Road, Belathur,
Krishnarajapura, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560067
Phone Number: 085536 34284

Anjaneya Temple
HMT Staff Quaters, HMT Estate,
2nd Stage, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560013

Hanuman temple
Kammagondahalli, Jalahalli,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560015

Hanuman Mandir
Manjunatha Layout, Mannarayanapalya,
Chamundi Nagar, Hebbal,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560032

Sri Anjaneya Temple
Muneshwara Layout, RT Nagar,
Sultanpalya, Hebbal,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560032

Sankey Anjaneya Temple
Gayathri Devi Park Extension, Vyalikaval,
Malleshwaram West, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560003
Phone Number: 080 2356 1285

Anjaneya Swami Temple
Swimming Pool Extension, HN Layout,
Malleshwaram, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560003

Sri Varadanjaneya Swami Temple
11th Main Road, Malleshwaram,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560003

Anjaneyaswamy Lord Hanuman Temple
Seetharampalya - Hoodi Road, Seetharampalya,
Whitefield, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560048
Phone Number: 078999 82793

Anjaneya Temple
3, 1st Main Rd, Kamadhenu Nagar,
B Narayanapura, Mahadevapura,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560016

Sri Anjaneya Swamy Kalyana Mantapa
89, Anjaneya Temple St, Lakshmamma Layout,
Dodda Banaswadi, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560043
Phone Number: 080 2545 8238

Hanuman Temple
#23, Service Road, Kallumantapa,
Horamavu, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560043
Phone Number: 070193 96119

Sri Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Borewell Rd, Maruthi Nagar, Thigalarapalya,
Whitefield, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560067

Sri Vara Siddhi Bhakta Anjaneya Swami Devasthanam
Old Madras Road, Krishnaraja Pura,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560036
Phone Number: 087622 01727

Sri Abhaya Anjaneya Swami Temple
HV Residence, Krishnarajapura,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560049

Hanuman temple
84, Kempalakanna Layout, Krishnarajapura,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560036

Sri Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Anjaneya Temple Street, YG Palya,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560047
Phone: 094481 23952

Hanuman Temple
53/3, Nagavarapalya Main Road, Rajana Colony,
C V Raman Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560093

Bande Sri Sathya Anjaneya Temple
126, V P Deenadayalu Naidu Rd, Byadarahalli,
Benson Town, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560046

Hanuman Temple
Kamaraj Road, Sivanchetti Gardens,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560042

Bileshiva kattanagiri Anjaneya Temple
Sulthangunta, Bileshivale,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560051

Anjaneya Temple, Kalhalli
Kalhalli Rd, Kalhalli, Halasuru,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008

Hanuman Temple
24, Bazaar St, Someshwarpura,
Halasuru, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008
Phone Number: 098453 75130

Sri Anjaneya Temple
22, 5th Main Rd, Swamy Shivanandapuram,
Shivaji Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001

Anjaneya Temple
Byadarahalli, Benson Town,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560046

Bayalu Anjaneya Temple
Bus stop, 3a, Swamy Vivekananda Road,
Corporation Colony, Halasuru,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008
Phone Number: 090191 19605

Hanuman Temple
99, Khan Bahadur Abdul Rehman Road,
Austin Town, Neelasandra, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560047

Hanuman Temple
John Bull Road, Rudrappa Garden, Jayaraj Nagar,
Neelasandra, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560047

Sri Anjaneya Temple
Domlur Village 14th cross,
Behind BDA Complex, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560071

Are Maruthi Shri Ram Temple
3rd Cross Road, JCO Colony,
Maruthi Sevanagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560033

Anjaneya Temple Koramangala Village
Anjaneya Temple street Koramangala Main Village,
8th Block, 1st A Main Rd, Koramangala 8th Block,
Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560095

Hanuman Temple
16/1, Konappana Agrahara, Electronic City,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560100

The Shiv-Ganesh-Hanuman temple
2nd Cross Rd, Celebrity Paradise Layout,
Doddathoguru, Electronics City Phase 1,
Electronic City, Doddathoguru, Karnataka 560100

Hanuman Temple
24, National Highway 44, Veer Sandra,
Hebbagodi, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560100

Hanuman Temple
Bommasandra Industrial Area,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560099

Prasanna Anjaneya Temple
88, Marathahalli - Sarjapur Outer Ring Road,
Bellandur, Marathahalli,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560037

Hanuman Temple
Lakedew Residency - Phase 2,
Lakedew, Haralur, Karnataka 560102
Phone Number: 096329 20224

Hanuman Temple
18/2B, Sarjapur Main Road,
Kaikondrahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560035

Hanuman Temple
8, 4th Cross Road, Reliable Residency Layout,
Phase-3, PWD Quarters, 1st Sector,
HSR Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560068

Hanuman Temple
B-110, 6th Main Road, Iblur Village,
Sarjapur, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560102

Jai Hanuman Temple
Service Road, Iblur Village,
Bellandur, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560103
Phone Number: 080505 55152

Sri Anjaneya Temple, Kudlu
60, Kudlu Road, AECS Layout - A Block,
AECS Layout, Singasandra, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560068
Phone Number: 076765 09996

Hanuman Temple
1st Cross Rd, Neelakanteshwara Layout,
ITI Layout, Sector 3, HSR Layout,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560102

Sri Bala Vera Anjaneya Temple, Deverachikkanahalli
Devarachikkanahalli Rd, Addischetan Layout,
Bommanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560076
Phone Number: 087225 77375

Garvebhavipalya Anjaneya Temple
5, Service Road, AbbaiahReddy layout,
Bommanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560068

Sri Anjaneya Swamy Temple
1, Kannahalli Rd, Adarsh Palm Retreat,
Near RMZ Eco World, Bellandur,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560103

108 Names of Lord Hanuman

Om Anjaneyaya Namaha (Son of Anjana), Om Mahaviraya Namaha (Most Valiant), Om Hanumate Namaha (One With Puffy Cheeks), Om Marutatmajaya Namaha (Most Beloved Like Gems), Om Tatvagyanapradaya Namaha (Granter of Wisdom), Om Sitadevimudrapradayakaya Namaha (Deliverer of the Ring of Sita), Om Ashokavanakachchhetre Namaha (Destroyer of Ashoka Orchard), Om Sarvamayavibhananaya Namaha (Destroyer of All Illusions), Om Sarvabandhavimoktre Namaha (Detacher of All Relationship), Om RakshovidhvaNsakarakaya Namaha (Slayer of Demons), Om Paravidya Pariharaya Namaha (Destroyer of Enemies Wisdom), Om Para Shaurya Vinashakaya Namaha (Destroyer of Enemy’s Valour), Om Paramantra Nirakartre Namaha (Acceptor of Rama’s Mantra Only), Om Parayantra Prabhedakaya Namaha (Destroyer of Enemies Missions), Om Sarvagraha Vinashine Namaha (Killer of Evil Effects of Planets), Om Bhimasena SahayakrIthe Namaha (Helper of Bheema), Om Sarvadukhah Haraya Namaha (Reliever of All Agonies), Om Sarvalokacharine Namaha (Wanderer of All Places), Om Manojavaya Namaha (Speed Like Wind), Om Parijata Drumulasthaya Namaha (Resider Under the Parijata Tree), Om Sarva Mantra Svarupaya Namaha (Possessor of All Hymns), Om Sarva Tantra Svarupine Namaha (Shape of All Hymns), Om Sarvayantratmakaya Namaha (Dweller in All Yantras), Om Kapishvaraya Namaha (Lord of Monkeys), Om Mahakayaya Namaha (Gigantic), Om Sarvarogaharaya Namaha (Reliever of All Ailments), Om Prabhave Namaha (Popular Lord), Om Bala Siddhikaraya Namaha (-), Om Sarvavidya Sampattipradayakaya Namaha (Granter of Knowledge and Wisdom), Om Kapisenanayakaya Namaha (Chief of the Monkey Army), Om Bhavishhyathchaturananaya Namaha (Aware of Future Happenings), Om Kumara Brahmacharine Namaha (Youthful Bachelor), Om Ratnakundalaya Namaha (Wearing Gem-Studded Earrings), Om Chanchaladvalasanadhaya Namaha (Glittering Tail Suspended Above The Head), Om Gandharva Vidyaya Namaha (One Who Frees from Imprisonment), Om Mahabala Parakramaya Namaha (Of Great Strength), Om Karagraha Vimoktre Namaha (One Who Frees from Imprisonment), Om Shrinkhala Bandhamochakaya Namaha (Reliever from a Chain of Distresses), Om Sagarottarakaya Namaha (Leapt Across the Ocean), Om Pragyaya Namaha (Scholar), Om Ramadutaya Namaha (Ambassador of Lord Rama), Om Pratapavate Namaha (Known for Valour), Om Vanaraya Namaha (Monkey), Om Kesarisutaya Namaha (Son of Kesari), Om Sitashoka Nivarakaya Namaha (Destroyer of Sita’s Sorrow), Om Anjanagarbha Sambhutaya Namaha (Born of Anjani), Om Balarkasadrashananaya Namaha (Like the Rising Sun), Om Vibhishhana Priyakaraya Namaha (Beloved of Vibheeshana), Om Dashagriva Kulantakaya Namaha (Slayer of the Ten-Headed Ravana Dynasty), Om Laxmanapranadatre Namaha (Reviver of Lakshmana’s Life), Name (Meaning), Om Vajra Kayaya Namaha (Sturdy Like Metal), Om Mahadyuthaye Namaha (Most Radiant), Om Chiranjivine Namaha (Eternal Being), Om Rama Bhaktaya Namaha (Most Radiant), Om Daitya Karya Vighatakaya Namaha (Destroyer of All Demons’ Activities), Om Akshahantre Namaha (Slayer of Aksha), Om Kajnchanabhaya Namaha (Golden-Hued Body), Om Pajnchavaktraya Namaha (Five-Faced), Om Maha Tapase Namaha (Great Meditator), Om Lankini Bhajnjanaya Namaha (Slayer of Lankini), Om Shrimate Namaha (Revered), Om Simhika Prana Bhanjanaya Namaha (Slayer of Simhika), Om Gandhamadana Shailasthaya Namaha (Dweller of Gandhamadana), Om Lankapura Vidayakaya Namaha (The One Who Burnt Lanka), Om Sugriva Sachivaya Namaha (Minister of Sugreeva), Om Dhiraya Namaha (Valiant), Om Shuraya Namaha (Bold), Om Daityakulantakaya Namaha (Destroyer of Demons), Om Suvarchalarchitaya Namaha (Worshipped by Celestials), Om Tejase Namaha (Most Radiant), Om Ramachudamanipradayakaya Namaha (Deliverer of Rama’s Ring), Om Kamarupine Namaha (Changing Form at Will), Om Pingalakshaya Namaha (Pink-Eyed), Om Vardhi Mainaka Pujitaya Namaha (Worshipped by Mynaka Hill), Om Kabalikrita Martanda Mandalaya Namaha (Swallower of the Sun), Om Vijitendriyaya Namaha (Controller of the Senses), Om Ramasugriva Sandhatre Namaha (Mediator between Rama and Sugreeva), Om Mahiravana Mardhanaya Namaha (Slayer of the Famous Ravana), Om Sphatikabhaya Namaha (Crystal-Clear), Om Vagadhishaya Namaha (Lord of Spokesmen), Om Navavyakritapanditaya Namaha (Skillful Scholar), Om Chaturbahave Namaha (Four-Armed), Om Dinabandhuraya Namaha (Protector of the Downtrodden), Om Mayatmane Namaha (Supreme Being), Om Bhaktavatsalaya Namaha (Protector of Devotees), Om Sanjivananagayartha Namaha (Bearer of Sanjeevi Mount), Om Suchaye Namaha (Chaste), Om Vagmine Namaha (Spolesman), Om Dridhavrataya Namaha (), Om Kalanemi Pramathanaya Namaha (Strong-Willed Meditator), Om Harimarkata Markataya Namaha (Lord of Monkeys), Om Dantaya Namaha (Calm), Om Shantaya Namaha (Very Composed), Om Prasanatmane Namaha (Cheerful), Om Shatakantamudapahartre Namaha (Destroyer Of shatakantta’s Arrogance), Om Yogine Namaha (Saint), Om Ramakatha Lolaya Namaha (Crazy of listening Rama’s Story), Om Sitanveshana Pathitaya Namaha (Skillful in Finding Sita’s Whereabouts), Om Vajradranushhtaya Namaha (-), Om Vajranakhaya Namaha (Strong-Nailed), Name (Meaning), Om Rudra Virya Samudbhavaya Namaha (Born of Shiva), Om Indrajitprahitamoghabrahmastra Vinivarakaya Namaha (Remover of Effect of Indrajita’s Brahmastra), Om Partha Dhvajagrasamvasine Namaha (Having Foremost Place on Arjuna’s Flag), Om Sharapamjarabhedhakaya Namaha (Destroyer of the Nest made of Arrows), Om Dashabahave Namaha (Ten-Armed), Om Lokapujyaya Namaha (Worshipped by the Universe), Om Jambavatpritivardhanaya Namaha (Winning Jambavan’s Love), Om Sitasameta Shriramapada Sevadurandharaya Namaha (Always Engrossed in Rama’s Service)

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