Sri Bedi Anjaneyaswami Temple, Andhra Pradesh

Sri Bedi Anjaneyaswami Temple

The spot that reminiscences the childhood days of Hanuman, is situated on the banks of the River Pushkarini in the form of the temple of Sri Anjaneyaswamyis. Facing the Mahadwaram of Sri Venkateswara shrine, the temple is said to have been constructed in the period of Mahants. This legendary holy shrine was built in accordance with the Vishnavite tradition, expressing the idol hands joining the model of postulation.

According to the legend, Hanuman fled to Seshachalam to give him the Camel Vehicle and Hanuman’s mother handcuffed him to prevent him from doing so.

In honor of Lord Rama’s great devotee, special abhishekam and poojas are held here every Sunday; with the most auspicious festival celebrated here being the Hanuman Jayanthi.

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