glories of Sri Rama, the Chief of the Raghu race, are sung, there is present Sri Hanuman,
the son of Vayu, and destroyer of demons, with his joined palms held over his head in
salutation to Sri Rama and his eyes filled with tears of devotion. Bow before that
Hanuman.) Yet another feature peculiar to this temple is the presence of two equally
big and square-shaped srikoils-one facing east, with the deity imagined and worshipped as
Lakshmana, and the other facing west, dedicated to Sri Rama, though both the idols are
that of Mahavishnu, with four arms carrying the conch, the disc, the mace and the lotus.
A striking example of distinct architectural charm, both sanctums are set a little apart
from each other though they are to be circumambulated together, not separately. They are
similar in' style, quadrangular in shape with rubble basement.