Mulbagal Anjaneya Swamy Temple History, Darshan Timings and Poojas
Mulbagal Anjaneya Swamy History
As per the Legend, During Dwapara Yuga, After final Mahabharata war, Arjuna, One of the Pandava’s said to have installed Anjaneya Swamy at this place. After the war, Arjuna went on a pilgrimage and established the Anjaneya Imaged flag here (flag hoisted the chariot during the war). Hence the place called by Shathaka Vatipuri.
It is said that Sage Vasishta had installed the idols Sri Venkateswara, Padmavati Devi, Rama, Sita and Lakshmana in this temple. Temple is of 5000 years old.
Mulbagal Anjaneya Swamy Temple Timings : 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Interesting places near to this Temple
- Narasimha Theertham – Temple is located on the by-pass road which is 1 km away.
- Someswara Temple – Temple is dedicated to Lord Siva. Temple is 1 km from the bus station
- Avani – Lord Siva Temple which is 30 mins from Mulabagal
- Avani Betta – Lava and Kusa were born to Goddess Sita Devi on this hill. Bloodstains and footprints are still visible.
- Sri Virupaksheswara Swamy Temple – 3 km from Mulbagal Bus station
- Subramanyeswara Swamy Temple – Temple is located on the hill which is 1.5 km away
- Vittala Narayana Swamy Temple – Temple is located on the way to the hill from Bus station which is 1 km away.
- Maha Ganapathi Temple, Kuradamale – Temple is 17 km from Mulbagal.
- Koti Lingeswara Swamy Temple – Temple is 26 km from Mulbagal. One crore Lingas are installed at this temple.
How to reach Mulbagal Anjaneya Swamy Temple
- The nearest international airport is at Bengaluru which is 98 km away.
- The nearest railway station is at Kolar which is 31 km away.
- Temple is right next to Bus station. The direct bus is available from Bengaluru, Kolar, Tirupati.
Mulbagal Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Reference Link: History