The temple of Sri Tadbund Veeranjaneya Swamy Temple also known as Tadbund Hanuman Temple , is an ancient and famous temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The temple is situated in Sikh Village, Tadbund, near Secunderabad in Hyderabad district of Telangana state.
About Tadbund Hanuman Temple
|Presiding Deity||Lord Hanuman|
|Major Festivals||Hanuman Jayanthi|
|Phone:||040 27841283, 65641283|
A vast, open Mukhamandapam hall, Granite Grabhalayam, Vimana Gopuram, and Maharaja Gopuram can all be found in the temple.
For 40 days, a large number of visitors perform Mandala Pradakshinas and Mandala Abhishekam at the shrine.
These worshippers decide to spend 40 days staying on the temple premises performing pradakshinas and poojas. Choultries were built for the convenience of their followers.
This shrine also has a
- Ashwatha Vruksham (Raavi Chettu),
- Shami Vruksham (Jammi Chettu),
- Bilvadala Vruksham,
- Maaredu Vruksham,
- Nimba Vruksham (Neem Tree)
- Usiri (Amla) chettu etc
This temple’s main attraction is Swayambhu Sri Veeranjaneya Swamy. On the left side of the same Swayambhu Anjaneya Swamy rock, devotees can find Lord Vinayaka.
Tadbund Hanuman Temple Deity
The main deity at this shrine, Sri Veeranjaneya Swamy, is a “Swayambhu,” or uncreated. To the left of Sri Veeranjaneya Swamy’s idol on the same sizable rock in the garbha gudi is Sri Vinayaka Swamy’s Swayambhu.
This is the first instance of its kind where devotees can worship Sri Veeranjaneya Swamy and Sri Ganesha on the same rock.
Surya, Chandra, Angaraka, Budha, Guru, Shukra, Shani, Rahu, and Kethu are among the other navagrahas that may be found on the temple grounds. When the tithi Trayodashi falls on Saturday, Shani Trayodashi is observed in the temple.
Many followers of Lord Shani pray to him on this auspicious day in order to be freed from all Shani-doshas.
As Sri Anjaneya Swamy came to be recognised as one of Lord Shiva’s personifications, the Shiva Panchayathanam, also known as the Shiva Lingam, which includes Goddess Parvathi, Vinayaka, Vishnu, and Surya, was sanctified on the temple grounds.
Every day, a large number of worshipers visit this Shiva Panchayatanam.
In the Shrine, there is also a figure known as Nagaraja, who is thought to represent Subramanya Swamy in the form of a serpent.
Within the grounds of the temple, beneath Raavi Chettu, there had once been a sizable anthill where snakes had once lived.
The majority of the devotees worship Nagendra, who is carved out of black granite stone and put in the same location on the temple grounds.
Sri Anjaneya Swamy’s conveyance (vahanam) is the ushtra, or camel. According to Sri Anjaneya Mangalashasanam and the history of Sri Anjaneya, a camel vahanam made of block granite stone and covered in silver plate may be seen in front of Sri Veeranjaneya Swamy inside the temple grounds.
This temple is also a very famous temple for Vehicle Pooja in Secundrabad.
Where to stay at Tadbund Temple?
A temple Kalyana Mandapam is there in the main temple premises.
This can be pre-booked for marriage and other cultural and spiritual functions with nominal costs.
For Booking Kalyana Mandapam Contact:
Sri Kyasa Lakshmi Narayana , Trustee – Contact No. 040-65641658
Rooms are available in the temple premises at nominal rates for those devotees who perform Mandala Pradakshinas, Mandala Abhishekams, etc.
For Booking Rooms Contact:
Sri Murki Venkatesh, Trustee – Contact No. 040-65641283
Tadbund Hanuman Temple Festivals
Hanuman Jayanti, which commemorates the birth of Lord Hanuman, and Sri Rama Navami, which commemorates the birth of Lord Sri Rama, are two of the most significant Hindu holidays celebrated with tremendous fervour in Tadbund.
How to reach shri Tadbund Veeranjaneya Swamy Temple
To go to Tadbund temple in Twin Cities, there are many transit options. Taking local city buses or taxis from the Secunderabad station will get you close to the temple.
- By Bus:
- The distance between the temple and Secunderabad’s Jubilee Bus Station (JBS) and Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station (MGBS) is just three kilometres and twelve kilometers, respectively.
- By Train
- Them are three Central Railway Stations in Hyderabad, and travellers can easily access Tadbund Hanuman Temple from there.
- Secunderabad Railway Station, which is located 4.5 kilometres away and requires about 20 minutes to travel.
- Hyderabad Railway Station or Nampally Railway Station (9 km away, approximately 26 minutes to travel).
- Kachiguda Railway Station, a 10-kilometer trip that takes about 31 minutes.
- By Air
- There is an internaitonal airport at Hyderabad
- From airport you can take taxi to reach Shri Tadbund Hanuman Temple.