151-feet tallest Hanuman idol is being constructed in Jeetgadi of Butwal, Nepal. Butwal is a city in Southern Nepal in Rupandehi District, in Lumbini Zone. It is located 240 kilometres west of Kathmandu and 22 kilometers north of Siddharthanagar, at the northern edge of the Terai plain below the Siwalik Hills.
As per the Sankatmochan Human Dham Committee of Butwal, Yogi Adhaitaynath, the successor of guru Goraksyanath Temple has laid foundation of stone on February 16, 2013 and organised a big ceremony.
With the view of recognize the historical, archaeological and cultural importance of the district and to promote and development of tourism sector of this area, the world’s tallest idol of Hanuman is being constructed in Jeetgadi of Butwal.
The gigantic idol of Sankatmochan Hanuman is being established the cost of Rs. 150 million.
The 151 fit tall idol of Hanuman will be constructed in the land of around 300 bigha the premises of Durga Temple of Geetgadi. The religious and tourism park, the temple of Ramjanaki and Durga Temple will be constructed along with the Hanuman idol, informed Rajesh Kumar Barma, president of the committee.
Now, this 151-feet Hanuman idol would become the world’s tallest Hanuman idol. Till now, Paritala Abhaya Anjaneya idol in Paritala village of Krishna district in Andhra Pradesh, India is the largest Hanuman idol in the world.