Hanuman Mandir Karol bagh, Delhi

Hanuman Mandir Karol bagh | One of the best places to visit in Delhi

LocationSaraswati Marg, Delhi (Map)
Entry Fee & TimingsTimings:- The temple complex remains open from 6 AM to 10 PM on all days of the week.
Place TypeTemple, Religious Place
Place visit withFamily, Married Couples, Solo, Parants, Siblings
Best time to visitSeptember, October, November, December
Nearest MetroJhandewalan Metro Station (0 KM) Karol Bagh Metro Station (1 KM)

About Hanuman Mandir Karol bagh

Jhandewalan Hanuman Temple in Karol Bagh is famous for its 108 feet high Hanuman statue. In this, Hanuman ji is seen tearing his chest and showing it to Ram, Lakshman and Goddess Sita. The temple was built in the year 2008 by Brahmalin Nagbba Shri Sevagir Ji Maharaj, who wanted to build a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman in the capital to promote and develop a culture derived from the teachings and ethics of Lord Hanuman. Completed in about 13 years, the architecture and aesthetics of the temple make it one of the pilgrimage places to visit in Delhi. Inside the temple there is a huge Hanuman idol which stands in all its might and grandeur. One entrance to the temple resembles the mouth of a demon lying at the feet of mighty Hanuman. The idols of Lord Shani, Dwarka Devi and Sai Baba are also installed inside the complex, which accepts devotees of all these religions in the same complex

Architecture of Hanuman Mandir Karol bagh

The Hanuman Temple follows the traditional North Indian temple design known as the "Nagara" style. This style is characterized by its square or rectangular sanctum with a tower (shikhara) on top. The temple is constructed using stone and concrete, with intricate carvings and details that enhance its visual appeal. The architecture of the temple is relatively simple and traditional, reflecting the classic design of many Hindu temples. The main sanctum enshrines an idol of Lord Hanuman, often depicted in a bhakta or heroic posture. Devotees visit the temple to offer prayers, seek blessings and express their devotion towards the deity.

Interesting facts about Hanuman Mandir Karol bagh

  • A cave has been built in the temple just like Vaishno Devi. In this cave there is a holy rock called Pindi and holy water flows in the form of river Ganga.
  • At the entrance of the temple, there is an open-mouthed demon on whose deathbed an idol of Hanuman ji has been made.
  • The temple attracts a large number of devotees, especially on Tuesdays, which are considered an auspicious day for worshiping Lord Hanuman.
  • The temple is often painted with vibrant colors that symbolize purity, divinity and auspiciousness.

How to reach Hanuman Mandir Karol bagh

By Metro:- The nearest metro station to Mandi is Karol Bagh Metro Station. It is a 12-minute walk away.

By Rail:- The nearest railway station to Hanuman Mandir is Shakur Basti. It is an 18-minute walk away.

By Bus:- The nearest bus stop to Hanuman Mandir is Samrat Enclave. It is a 3-minute walk away.

Nearby famous places

  • Gurudwara Bangla Sahib 4 kms away
  • Connaught Place 4 kms away
  • Ramakrishna Ashram Marg 4 kms away
  • Delhi Ridge Forest 6 kms away
  • Rajouri Garden 7 kms away
  • India Gate 8 kms away
  • Lotus Temple 12 kms away

Hanuman Mandir Karol bagh FAQs:

𝒜. It is located at Saraswati Marg, Delhi.

𝒜. Entry fee and timings information of the Hanuman Mandir Karol bagh: Timings:- The temple complex remains open from 6 AM to 10 PM on all days of the week..

𝒜. You should visit Hanuman Mandir Karol bagh during September, October, November, December months for best experience.

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