Sri Karyasiddhi Anjaneya Temple in Girinagar, Bengaluru, is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to the God Hanuman (Anjaneya). Built during the 16th century, this temple is a revered shrine that honors Lord Hanuman as the divine protector and symbol of courage. Located near the lake at Girinagar, it is known for its majestic architecture and spectacular views of the lake from its premises.
|Temple Name||Sri Karyasiddhi Anjaneya Temple|
|Temple is also known as||Giri Nagar Anjaneya Temple|
|Temple Dedicated to||Lord Hanuman|
|Temple Timing||06:30 AM to 1:00 PM & 05:00 PM to 09:00 PM|
|Mantra/Aarti||Karya Siddhi Hanuman Mantra, Shri Hanuman Chalisa|
|VIP Entry||Not available|
|Live Darshan||Not available|
|Important Festivals||Hanuman Jayanti|
|Address||3rd C main Rd, 1st phase Girinagar, Kadavanthra, Banashankari, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560085|
|Contact Number||+91 80 26722269|
|Official Email ID||Not available|
About Sri Karyasiddhi Anjaneya Temple
The location of the Karya Siddhi Hanuman temple is Avadhoota Datta Peetham, Girinagar- Bangalore. As implied by his name, Hanuman is believed to grant the desires of his believers. Sri Ganapathi Sacchidananda Swamiji has placed this statue of Hanuman.
Hanuman is a monkey god who served as Sri Rama’s servant, played a pivotal role in the Ramayana by locating Sri Ram’s wife Seetha, and fought against Ravana, the king of Lanka. Hanuman is revered in various incarnations, including Veera Hanuman, Panchamukhi Hanuman, Shanti Hanuman, and Prasanna Anjaneya. Anagha Devi Sametha Sri Dattatreya, Lord Shiva, Ganapathi, and Navagraha Gudi are all shown within the temple.
Avadhoota Datta Peetham is in the Girinagar neighborhood of Bengaluru, and here is where you’ll find the temple dedicated to Karya Siddhi Sri Anjaneya Swamy.
The Karya Siddhi Anjaneya temple was opened in 2015 by Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji of the Avadhoota Datta Peetham in Mysuru. Under his direction, devotees sang the Hanuman Chalisa for an entire day. During their time in the temple, they sang the Hanuman Chalisa a total of forty thousand times.
One of the most important gods in Hinduism is Hanuman. He loves Sri Rama very much and has many names, such as Vayuputra, Anjaneya, and Bajrangbali. Hanuman is a scholar of the Vedas who is very strong and puts the highest value on Dharma (justice).
Hanuman is a powerful god who has reached great heights through his consistent spiritual practice (sadhana) and superior knowledge. He is loyal and devoted to Sri Rama without any thought of himself. Anyone can pray to Hanuman with sincerity because he can make wishes come true and gives people who pray for fulfillment a lot of success.
Hanuman is a kind God who loves his followers and gives them what they ask. The Karya Siddhi Hanuman can help any devotee succeed in whatever they are trying to do. Karya means to try, and Siddhi means to succeed. The Mantra is about being safe from enemies and having the strength to beat them. If a devotee says the Karya Siddhi Hanuman Mantra with full concentration, they will surely be successful. It is especially lucky to chant the Mantra on a Saturday. God’s spiritual support is more powerful than any money or power in the world.
Even though he has done so much, he is humble, loyal, and selfless. Hanuman’s temples are full of people who worship him. People who worship him call him Chiranjeevi and think of him as a divine hero. Hanuman is a god who has always been on earth and has a special relationship with Dattatreya.
Hanuman’s shrine is always in a Dattatreya temple, and Anjaneya is called Karya Siddhi Hanuman.
Hanuman is a powerful god because he has taken on the powers of both Shiva and Vishnu. Hanuman is very kind to his followers. He blesses them and helps them get what they want. Anjaneya is a kind God who is always ready to give his followers what they want. Thousands of people go to the temple every day.
Anjaneya’s primary God is a massive monolith that tips the scales at 200 tonnes. Octagonal best describes the Karya Siddhi Sri Anjaneya Temple. Prasanna Anjaneya, Shanthi Hanuman, Veera Hanuman, and Panchamukhi Hanuman are just a few of the names people use to refer to and honor different incarnations of Anjaneya.
Anagha Devi Sameta Sri Dattatreya, Shiva, Ganapathy, Subramanya Swamy, and the Navagrahas are among the deities whose statues can be found in the temple.
Rituals & Festivals at Karya Siddhi Sri Anjaneya Swamy Temple
The Poorna Phala Samarpana pooja is done at the temple, and people give coconuts to God to make their wishes come true. In the Poorna Phala Deeksha ritual, the devotee makes a Sankalp (a wish) in front of the statue of Anjaneya and ties the coconut to the Poornaphala (the outer shell) at the temple. The Karya Siddhi Hanuman Mantra is said 108 times a day while the coconut is tied to the temple. They walk around the temple 41 times, or Pradakshinas, twice a week for 16 days.
Devotees follow a strict diet when they are taking part in the ritual. On the 16th day, they untie the coconut and give it to the God Hanuman as a gift. Later, they use the coconuts to make sweets they give to family, friends, and other devotees. Before or after the 16th day, Anjaneya ensures that the devotee’s wish comes true. On these days, there are a lot of people at the temple.
Sri Karya Siddhi Anjaneya Nitya Pooja, Sindura Pooja, and Mangala Aarti are all done at the temple in the morning and evening. Every day, the temple priests give God a sacred bath (Abishekam) and holy food (Prasadam) to the worshippers.
Hanuman Jayanthi is a big temple event that lasts twelve days and is held in December. More than 50,000 people go to the temple during the event to pray.
Clean and modest clothes are best, and shorts should not be worn.
|Temple Timings||Poornaphala Samarpana Timings|
|Morning||06:30 AM to 1:00 PM||09:00 AM to 12:00 PM|
|Evening||05:00 PM to 09:00 PM||06:00 PM to 08:00 PM|
How to Reach Temple
From the bus stop at Seeta Circle, head toward Girinagar. Turn right at the end of the road. Turn left on 3rd C Main and keep going straight. Turn left at the 7th Cross, and the temple will be on your left after 15 meters.
- Bus from Majestic to Girinagar (36A/B, 10)
- • Bus (43 series or 45 series) from Majestic to Seeta Circle