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Pudhuppaakkam Sri Veera Anjaneyar Temple - Gajagiri hills

Sri Veera Anjaneyar Temple is located in the village of Pudupakkam is 4 km from Kelambakkam, on the road towards Vandaloor, is the beautiful small temple situated atop a hill called Gajagiri hills. A statue of Sri Anjaneyar by the side of the road shows the way to the temple.
Veera Anjaneyar Temple Pudupakkam
Pudupakkam Anjaneyar Temple Vandalur Road
The temple for Sri Veera Anjaneyar is located on a very small hill named Gajagiri hills, filled with trees and plants. The hill looks beautiful and greenery and there are steps to climb up the hill to reach the temple. One can get a very scenic view of the surrounding places while ascending the hill.
Pudhuppaakkam Sri Veera Anjaneyar Temple
Pudupakkam Anjaneyar  Temple Near Chennai
Pudupakkam Anjaneyar Hill Temple
The temple is on a hill with 108 steps and easy to climb. Lord Sri Rama with Mother Sita and brother Lakshmana graces the devotees from his shrine opposite the sanctum sanctorum. 6 feet tall Sri Veera Anjaneya appears majestically in standing posture, just ready to fly, with his face towards North where stood the Sanjeevi Mount, while the body faces east. His right leg is firm on the ground while the left is ready to fly.

One of hands shows the Abhaya Mudra – assuring protection to the devotee. The left is on the hip. There is a bell at the end of the tail raised above the head. There is the Lotus symbol on his Naval. Lord Vinayaka graces from his shrine at the foot of the hill. There are 108 steps to reach the Gajagiri hill where the temple stands.

Pudupakkam  - Sri Veera Anjaneyar Temple
புதுப்பாக்கம் வீர ஆஞ்சநேயர் திருக்கோவில்
Main Deity
Lord Hanuman
Name
Sri Veera Anjaneyar
Goddess Name

Location
Pudupakkam  Vandalur - Kelambakkam Road Chennai
Significance
Hill Temple - Gajagiri hills
Ancient
500 Years
Travel Base
Chennai

It is believed that Sage Vyasa established 108 temples for Hanuman.  Based on this belief, the hill temple has 108 steps.  The Pudupakkam temple is closely linked with Lord Sri Nitya Kalyana Perumal in Thiruvidanthai, one of the 108 Divyadesas of Lord Perumal.

Veera Anjaneyar Temple Gajagiri hills
புதுப்பாக்கம் வீர ஆஞ்சநேயர் கோவில்
How To Reach : Sri Anjaneya graces from a hill temple – Gajagiri hills. The Anjaneyar Temple is located in Pudhupakkam, Chennai suburb. Pudupakkam is in the Kelambakkam – Vandalur Road on the Kelambakkam side (around 4 km from Kelambakkam bus stop and 16 km far from Vandalur). Frequent MTC bus services available form Vandalur and Kelambakkam. Road is Available to reach the hill top.

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