The far-sighted builders have
provided drinking water through ever flowing taps and also little ponds around
which set up the images of adorable deities and awe-some reptiles along with
wild beasts. Hark! you can also see the earthly living progeny of Bhaktas Hanuman. Sure they relieve you of your eatables, like coconut shells and
plantains, if you begin to watch their monk eying sights, like hopping and chattering.
There are many shops selling books, photos
puja materials on the way in addition to soft drinks to appease your thirst.
Ascending 1001 steps with several halts, you at long last reach the temple
campus. Despite situated atop a little hill, the temple is quite extensive in
dimensions, beautified with splendiferous sculptural adornments, as it was
patronised by devout ruling princes and philanthropists of rare kind, whose only
ambition is to release mankind from the vicious circle of births and deaths by
instilling bhakti instincts through visual and audio techniques manifested in
adorning the temple with tall towers, vast courtyards, spacious halls and high
ceilings supported by sturdy pillars bearing ornamental figures of celestials.