Sri Prasanna Veeranjaneya Swamy Temple of Mahalaxmi Building begins with the rituals of Shravan Massa, and hundreds of devotees visit the temple every day.
There is a special worship service to Veeranjaneya and Mahalakshmi at the temple every day from 6 am to 8.30 pm. On the last Saturday of the month of Sravanamsa, the 44th anniversary of the monumental statue of Veeranjaneya will be held. About 1 thousand kg from KMF. Butter will be purchased and about 500kg of butter will be used for the decoration of the idol. The rest of the butter is distributed to the devotees. Butter decorating will begin after anointing this special day at 5.30 am. Then there will be the Ashtavagana service, Mahamangalarathi and Prasadha’s disposal.
Devotees can pay a fee for butter decoration by 5.30pm on the 23rd. If the devotees offer butter, it will be accepted on the 22nd and 23rd. The butter prasadas will be delivered at 9 am the next day after the butter decoration and worship is over, the temple management committee said.
In 1973, an oil color Maruti image was written on a monolith. Then came the carving of the idol of Anjaneya Swami. The installation of the 22 feet high, 16 feet wide and 4 feet thick idol was carried out on 7th June 1976. The monolithic statue of Mahalakshmi Amman was installed in 2001 to honor the Mahalakshmipur project. The temple, which was run by the Trust from 1973 to 2012, has since been administered by the Religious Endowment Department.
Yoga, meditation center
More than 300 devotees are learning yoga at the Yoga Temple in the temple premises. Hundreds of devotees meditate in the meditation hall. Cultural events are held every Saturday in the hall in the courtyard. Devotees can make an idol every Sunday for Veeranjaneya and for Mahalakshmi on Friday. The Passover is held for the rest of the day.
A special puja is held every day as part of the non-Sravan meditation. There are about 15 thousand people who worship forever. Devotees anoint Anjaneya idol every Sunday.
-K Padma, Executive Officer, Veeranjaneya Temple
Ramanavami, Hanuma Jayanti, Anniversary Celebration Devotees also come in large numbers to participate in rituals as part of their prayers.