Bedi Anjaneyaswami Temple, Tirumala Tirupati (Narayanagiri)

Sri Bedi Anjaneya Swami Temple is one of the popular temples located at the sacred hill, Tirumala Tirupati in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh.

Sri Bedi Anjaneyaswami Temple is located on Sannidhi Street, opposite the main temple. In the Vaishnavite tradition, it is customary to have either Garuda or Anjaneya opposite the main temple.

The idol of Sri Anjaneya is shown with its hands folded in supplication (the Anjali pose). Sri Anjenaya is a devotee of Sri Rama, just as Garuda is of Sri Maha Vishnu.

This is on the bank of Swamy Pushkarini and to the northwest of Sri Varaha Swamy Temple.This was built during the region of Mahanaha,The Idol appeared with folded hands offering Namaskarams.Devotees treat Sri Anjaneyaswamy as the Lord Who fulfills desires,and as the Lord who protects from evil spirits.Bathing was conducted on every Sunday to the Swamy

This is located on the way to Sannidhi road which is the opposie direction to main temple.According to Vyshnava Tradition ,Garuda of Anjaneya Swamy should be in opposite to Main temple.In this temple also,Idol appeared as with folded hands offering namaskarams.Sri Anjaneya Swamy is a great devotee of Sri Rama Chandra where as Garuda is a greatest devotee of Sri Maha Vishnuvu

Abhishekam is performed every Sunday and special offerings are made on Hanuman Jayanti.

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