Ponnur Anjaneya Swamy Temple is a historic Hindu temple located in the small town of Ponnur, India. This temple has been revered by generations of devotees, who have come to pay homage to Lord Anjaneya (also known as Hanuman), the temple’s central deity. The temple’s grand structure and unique architecture have become a symbol of faith and devotion for many Hindus around the world.
|Temple Name||Ponnur Anjaneya Swamy Temple|
|Temple is also known as||Veera Anjaneyaswamy Temple, Sri Veeranjaneya Swamy Temple|
|Temple Dedicated to||Lord Hanuman|
|Temple Timing||5:00 AM to 8:00 PM|
|Aarti||Shri Hanuman Chalisa|
|Darshan Fee||Free Entry|
|VIP Entry||Not available|
|Live Darshan||Not available|
|Important Festivals||Hanuman Jayanthi, Ratha Saptami, Makar Sankranti, Holi, Maha Shivratri|
|Address||Ponnur, Andhra Pradesh 522124|
|Official Website||Not available|
|Contact Number||Not available|
|Official Email ID||Not available|
About Ponnur Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Ponnur Veera Anjaneya Swamy Temple is a renowned Hanuman temple in Ponnur, Andhra Pradesh. 1969 saw the construction of the temple by Kota Jagannadha Swamy. Kota Jagannadha Swamy placed the statues of Garuda and Anjaneya Swamy. The temple contains a Garuda shrine.
|Other Famous Temples in Andhra Pradesh||Other Famous Temples of Lord Hanuman|
|Sri Boyakonda Gangamma Temple||Shri Sarangpur Hanuman Mandir, Gujarat|
|Subramanya Swamy Temple||Sri Karyasiddhi Anjaneya Temple, Girinagar|
|Sri Vasavi Kanyaka Parameswari Temple||Karmanghat Hanuman Temple, Hyderabad|
In 1969 A.D., Kota Jaganatha Swamy constructed this temple and put statues of Anjaneya Swamy and Garuda. Anjaneya Swamy is 24 feet in height, 12 feet in width, and 4 feet in depth. This statue was carved from a single piece of black granite taken from Edlapadu near Chilakaluripet under the supervision of Bhavanarayana Swamy. The temple complex has a 30-foot-tall, 15-foot-wide, and 6-foot-thick Garuda temple.
Ponnur Anjaneya Swamy Temple Darsan Timing
From 5:00 AM to 8:00 PM, you can visit Ponnuru Veera Anjaneya Swamy Hanuman Temple.
Men should dress neatly and modestly and avoid wearing shorts.
- Hanuman Jayanthi
- Ratha Saptami
- Makar Sankranti
- Maha Shivratri
The culture of Guntur is quite vibrant and diverse. The city is renowned for Telugu literature. Tikkana, a renowned poet, was born in Guntur. He was a great poet who translated the Mahabharata from Sanskrit into Telugu. Guntur celebrates with pomp and fervor national festivals such as Diwali, Eid, Guru Purab, etc., and local festivals like Sankranti, Shivaratri, and Ugadi. Numerous fairs are hosted in the city. Amaravati, close to Guntur, hosted the 30th International Kalachakra Festival.
How to Reach
- By Air: The nearest airport is located 79 kilometers away in Vijayawada.
- By Train: The closest major railway connection is 32 kilometers from Guntur. The station at Guntur is well-connected to various regions of India.
- By Road: Direct buses are available from Guntur and Tenali stations, which are 30 kilometers away from the shrine.