The temple is situated in a busy market, or you can say that the market developed too congested around the temple. Around 200 meters before the temple, there are temporary barrier which is non operational during non festival times. A double lane street runs all the way to the other side of entry passing from in front of the temple with private residence and shops on either side. These shops are mainly, hotels, Prasad and gifts and spices shops. The temple walls are in contact with the walls of other private properties of other residents. One can take their small vehicles like cars/ SUVs up till the main gate of the temple and park it for a very short duration in front for a quick head bow in a less rush time. Though parking is strictly prohibited in this area and should be avoided for a longer duration. There are various parking areas close to this place made by the private residents for Rs 50 around overnight or other places in general. Generally more of them who know the area, park them in close by streets. The temple is built in around 3000-4000 square meter area (this is only a visual estimate) which is congested within to accommodate a large pilgrimage. It has a small central verandah (as shown in the online yatra tour section, a couple of trees heavily occupied by some small beautiful birds in the middle of the verandah. There is a hawan place in the open, a couple of halls for the general utilities of organization as per requirement and an office in the central area. Crossing the verandah, is the main temple entrance and then the main temple hall. This portion is around 700-800 square yards in which the central area is a big hall with a roof up around 3 storeys and then the main temple room which has Maa Anjani Putra Balaji’s auspicious idol established and decorated beautifully. The pilgrimage enters the hall from the front left side from an elevated level to have great clear darshan ahead at a far off distance at a lower level, but clear one and keeps moving towards the rear left of the main room for a Parikrama(pilgrimage) around the main room. Silver covered walls with Shri Hanuman figures everywhere give it beautiful and pious look. Alongside there are a couple of trees where the pilgrimage ties their red dupatta covered nariyals (coconuts).
If you happen to be in the temple around the Aarti time, you are bound to enjoy the mesmerizing style of aarti at this temple. Booned by the large amount of offerings, this place is completely CCTV’ed with large LCDs for the darshans at different places.
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