Lord Hanuman, who is called the deity of Kaliyuga, is considered a symbol of power. Lord Hanuman is one of the most revered Hindu deities. In Hinduism, Hanumanji is worshiped as a living deity. Every Tuesday, a gathering of devotees is seen in the temples of Hanuman Ji. There are many temples of Hanuman Ji across the country, but today in this episode we are going to give you information about some of these famous temples. The temples about which we are going to tell you, there is a gathering of devotees throughout the year. In these temples, devotees come from far and wide to see the Lord. Let's know about these temples...

Salasar Hanuman Temple, Rajasthan
The unique idol of Hanuman Ji with beard and mustache is related to the name of Hanuman Ji with Salasar. This temple is located in the village of Salasar located in the Churu district of Rajasthan. It is said that a person who comes to this abode of Hanuman bhakti never goes back empty-handed and his wish is fulfilled. Here this statue is of a beard and mustache. It was found by a farmer in the field, which has been installed on a golden throne in Salasar.

Hanuman Dandi Temple, Gujarat
Bajrangbali is present in this temple with Makardhwaj. It is believed that the idol of Makardhwaj in the temple used to be smaller than that of Hanumanji, but now both idols have become equally tall. It is also believed that Ahiravan had kept Lord Shri Ram-Lakshman hidden at this place. When Hanumanji came to take Shri Ram and Lakshmana, he had a fierce battle with Makardhwaj. In the end, Bajrangbali defeated him and tied him with his tail.

Hanuman Dhara, Chitrakoot
This Hanuman temple is located near a place called Sitapur in Uttar Pradesh and the distance of Hanuman Dhara from Sitapur is three kilometers. Right near the head of a huge idol of Hanumanji on the side of the mountain, there are two water tanks, which are always filled with water and water flows continuously from them. The water of this stream flows touching Hanumanji, that is why it is called Hanuman Dhara.

Hanuman Mandir, Allahabad
Adjacent to the Allahabad Fort, this temple is an ancient temple with the statue of Lord Hanuman lying down. In this, Hanuman Ji is in a lying posture. The idol is 20 feet tall. When the rain floods, the temple gets submerged, then the idol is taken away and kept safe.

Inverted Hanumanji Mandir, Indore
Located only 30 km away from the religious city of India, Ujjain, this religious place where Lord Hanuman Ji is worshiped in an inverted form. In the temple, there is a vermilion-adorned idol of Lord Hanuman with an inverted face. The Hanuman temple of Sanwer is an important place for Hanuman devotees. By coming here, the devotees become free from all worries by being engrossed in the unwavering devotion of the Lord.

Hanumangarhi, Ayodhya
Ayodhya is the birthplace of Lord Shri Ram. Hanumangarhi temple is famous. This temple is built on a high mound in front of the Rajdwara. Sadhus and saints reside around the temple. To the south of Hanumangarhi, there are places called Sugriva Tila and Angad Tila. The temple was established 300 years ago by Swami Abhayaramdasji.

Mehandipur Balaji, Rajasthan
There is a place called Mehandipur situated between two hills near the Dausa district of Rajasthan. This temple is about 65 km from Jaipur on the Jaipur-Bandikui-Bus route. Being situated in the valley between two hills, it is also called Ghata Mehandipur. This temple is about 1000 years old. Here the figure of Hanuman himself emerged from the rock. It is considered to be the form of Shri Hanuman Ji.