Lord Hanuman

Temple History

This sacred Hindu worship place is constructed by Garib Niwaj, king of Manipur in the year of 1725 AD. It has been designed in hut-kind of Bengal state architecture. The sacred Mandapa of the shrine is situated before a temple premise displays the main structure of the temple. It is also covered with hemi-spherical dome structure and the sacred sanctum is raised like rectangular building structure above to roof. Moreover, double lotus structure is placed on roof top. Beautiful Kalashas are also embodied on the crown. Moreover, on the kalashas, there is also an important vase that holds amazing pinnacle with sacred Nilchakra. Hanuman Jayanti, a festival dedicated to lord Hanuman is greatly celebrated in the area. During the festival, devotees all over the neighbouring parts of the state gather here to have Darshan and blessings of Lord Hanuman.


Additional Information

The sacred idol of Lord Hanuman is beautifully carved out on a large stone. The shrine lies among the dense forest of Mahabali. The sacred shrine stands like a great momento of one of the Hinduism cult known as Ramanandi in the state of Manipur. It is said, the shrine is only sacred worship place which was constructed during the reign of King Garib Niwaj. During religious festival, devotees all around the state gather here to have blessings of Lord Hanuman.

From Imphal International Airport Shri Hanuman Thakur Temple is 7.5 km. From Dimapur Railway Station it is 212 km and 218 km from Jiribam Railway Station . From Imphal Guwahati Bus Stand Shri Hanuman Thakur Temple is 3.8 km

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