The route shown above is the car/vehicle route otherwise if you are travelling by foot, then there is another straight route, which you can ask from anyone over there.
Travelling on road from Shri Salasar Temple towards Mata Anjani Devi Temple. This road also takes you out to the Laxman Gate of Shri Salasar Temple Dham area, spread across many kilometers on all sides.
Just a couple of meters drive there after on the right side will come the temple and you can park your park on many sides of the temple. There is a limited parking in front of the temple.
Front view of the temple, face of the temple towards the Salasar Balaji Temple.
The left side entry with prasad shops and car parking additional space. In rush times, it is advised that you park your car on the main road itself, from where the above picture is taken.
The top of the single storey temple.
Standing in front of the gate, you get a glance of Shri Ram Temple across in white as shown above.
A few pictures taken of the verandah, temple parisar outside the entry gate of Mata Anajani Devi Temple. Various prasad shops around.
Now entering the main temple.
The darbar, you will find pujaris sitting in front for prasad.
Mata Anjani Devi, Salasar, Rajasthan
Take the parikrama of the temple and come out. Lord Shiva and a Swami Ji's idol
This is the cemented road that goes to Salasar Temple from Anjani by foot.
Shri Hanumanji idol at the backside of the temple.
Shri Anjani Mata Gowshala, better make a donation here. And yes you will still find lots of cows in this region on the open grasslands on all sides.
Various Seva Sadan around
Way out to Laxman Gate of Salasar Temple to join the Bikaner- Agra Road.
See a dedicated website for Mata Anajani Devi for more information here: http://www.anjanimatamandir.com/
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