Anumantharaaya Swamy Temple is located in Coimbatore , TamilNadu. This Temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman.
In Idugampalayam, tentatively around 655 years ago during Krishna Deva Raya period the 5'6" statue of Lord Anjaneyar was constructed by one called ViyasaRayar. The most highlighting special feature of this statue is that its distinctive posture (not found anywhere)and was made of a single monolithic rock, called as "Suyambu".
On the right side of Lord Anjaneyar lies statues of Lord Vinayaka and Nandhi both were also carved out of a "Suyambu". To the pivot side of Lord Vinayaga,carvings of Kamadhenu shedding milk to Lingam can be found.
This is an ancient Hanuman temple located in the beautiful and serene environment of the Idugampalayam village on the outskirts of Coimbatore. The Moola Vigraha of Hanuman here is a huge monolithic sculpture carved out of the rock which is part of the hillock on which the temple is located.
Jayamangala Hanuman bestow victory and auspicious qualities on his devotees. Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated in a grand manner here and thousands of devotees flock to the temple to have darshan.The temple was unknown to outside world for long.
A group of devotees constructed a temple around the idol few years ago. Hanuman is the only shrine in the temple. This temple is away from commercial activities and you will have peace of mind inside the temple.
Vishwaroopa Tharisanam - 05:00 A.M
Sakaskaranaama Pooja - 05:30 A.M
Kaalashanthi Pooja - 08:00 A.M
Uchchikaala Pooja -11:30 A.M
Every Saturday (special pooja)
Pournami - Kutthu Vilakku Valipadu
Temple Timing :
Temples opens from 05:00 A.M to 09:00 P.M