Nanganallur Anjaneyar Temple Timings, Bus Route, Phone Number

Are you going to Nanganallur Anjaneyar Temple with family to worship? Need to know the darshan timings, bus route and the phone numbers? Then check here.

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Nanganallur Anjaneyar Temple is the famous temple in the Chennai city. The total height of the lord hanuman is 32 feet tall from the ground. This is one of the biggest statues in Tamil Nadu and in India. The temple is also dedicated to the Lord Sri Ram.

Darshan Timings

The pooja and worship happens everyday in the temple. On saturdays and Sundays, there will be little rush and crowd around the temple since it’s holidays. So, you have to be ready to face the crowd. Prasaatham will be given after every pooja to the pilgrimagers.

  • Morning 05.00 AM to 12.00 PM
  • Evening 04.30 PM to 9.00 PM

Contact Details and Phone Number

  • Address: 8th Street, Ram Nagar, Nangainallure, Chennai 600061, Tamil Nadu.
  • Phone number: 044-2267-0132, +914422670132.

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This is the world’s largest Lord Anjaneya statue. The bus facilities are available 24/7 for the pilgrimagers. The flowers, coconuts and other stuffs for the pooja is just available at the stores outside the temple.

One can feel the spirituality when entering the place and this is one of the famous place in Chennai. There are thousands of visitors from other parts of the country as well as the foreign tourists comes here.

Please don’t put any dust inside the temple and put them in dust pin. Don’t use the plastic bags and keep the area clean and neat.

There is some restrictions in taking photos and you may have to pay separately to take pictures of the temple or for carrying the camera with you. So bring some money for your expenditure.

There might be pickpockets and other thieves around the place. So be careful and take care of your little children. Feel free to share your experience with us by commenting below about the temple.

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