After the darshan of Balaji Idol you will be Being on the left side you are inside the pilgrimage passage of the main room (parikrama) which takes you through the left, then back and then right side and then ejects you to the exit gate on the right side of the main hall. The passage for parikrama is around 5 feet of width and worth seeing for the complete mountings of silver Hanumanji and colorful Shri Ram Darbar on the ceiling and walls.
Just before you come out of the exit gate of main hall, on the left is a Shivling and Shiv Parivar inside a sub room and another adjoining one with a tree where people tie red cloth covered Nariyal(coconut) to get their wishes fulfilled. It might be crowded here, you can find more outside to tie it.
Exit gate of the main hall of Salsar Balaji.
Picture taken backwards.
People above are lined up to go to the main hall. This picture was taken in the morning when the crowd increased. On the left from this place is an open area with a tree to tie your coconut.
Coming back to the main verandah, just in front shows the prasad vibhag where you can buy your prasad either peras or Sawa Mani Prasad which is generally offered to Shri Hanuman over here. On the left of that prasad vibhag is the passage gate you entered from and towards left to that gate is the prasad counter for the bhog from the mandir. It is paid special bhog prasad offered to Lord Hanuman/ Salasar Balaji in the morning. They give you a big Churma laddu in a beautiful red cardboard box which you can even take home. It is for Rs 51. Below is the red counter in the picture inside Salasar Balaji Temple.