temple faces east and it is a blend of ancient and modern in construction.
Though it is supposed to have been built some one thousand years ago, the
renovation work has given a face lift and. so glittering dazzle and eye catching
colour peep through the new additions made. As you enter it you see the counter
issuing tickets for various prayer services. Just opposite it there lies the
office room. Going further, a separate new structure-niche for Viranjaneya comes
into your view. It is a new addition and with its modernity, it beckons you to
come near. When approached you see a 10 - foot high image of Anjaneya. Its
colour and decoration bend your head. After darsan and prayer you enter through
the main gate of the temple. The courtyard is quite big and impressive, and with
its spick and span, it elevates your heart. Surprisingly, the plinth area of the
temple is a few feet below the Mahadwara. Should not one, leaving his ego fall
at the feet of Bhagawan Vinayaka? "Adou pujyo Ganadhipah" - he is the
only God among the Mukkotidevathas, who should be propitiated first and adored
best for obstacle-free work and enjoyable career. So you must descend from the self made
height. As you go round, you see Nagadevathas installed near the western wall
under a Maredu Tree. In the other corner there is grown a tall beautiful
adorable jilledu tree which is receiving prayers and circumambulation from all.
In a separate niche adjacent to the eastern wall, there is situated the
Navagraha mandap and visitors offer prayers before entering the garbha griha.
After pradikshana devotees enter the second prakara through a passage built on
the southern side. The antarala is quite spacious and accommodates hundreds of
bhaktas. As in other temples, devotees queue up on two sides of the iron bars
fixed for facilitating the priest to move about and distribute prasad etc.