Chhachhi Kuan Hanuman Temple , Aliganj, Built by Janabe Alia - An image of Unity in Lucknow city. This sanctuary is extremely old and the site was initially seen by a well-known holy person of Ayodhya at some point in 1585 AD. An old well can likewise be seen close to the sanctuary which was before called well for outsiders.
About The Temple
Initially found by a holy person from Ayodhya, Chhachhi Kuan Hanuman Temple is a vital place of reverence for the devotees of Hinduism. Frequented by local people and travellers alike, this antiquated sanctuary, situated in Aliganj, helps us to remember the extravagance of the Awadh Empire. Holding high religious criticalness, this Hanuman sanctuary is gone by a large number of devotees—the whole way across the year. The Chhachhi Kuan Hanuman Temple is an image of Hindu – Muslim fraternity and presentations a token of the Awadh realm. The moon showcased on its arch speaks to the solidarity between these two groups.
As per old stories, the prominent Indian writer Tulsidas, had halted here on his way to the sacred city of Mathura. He had discovered safe house and nourishment in the premises of the Chhachhi Kuan Hanuman Temple, before proceeding with his excursion. This scene has to a great extent added to the noteworthiness and ubiquity of the sanctuary and draws enthusiasts from close and far.
Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport is just 12 Km away from Chhachhi Kuan Hanuman Temple.
Lucknow Railway Station is just 5.3 Km away from Chhachhi Kuan Hanuman Temple.
Lucknow is well connected to all nearby cities by public transport buses. The city is well connected with other major cities like Agra, Kanpur, Delhi.
Chhachhi Kuan Hanuman Temple,
Sector L, Aliganj, Lucknow,
Uttar Pradesh, India,
Pincode – 226024.
Devotees visit this temple to seek fulfillment of the following:-
- Removal of worries
- Removal of sins
- Prosperity of future generations
- Relief from suffering
- Suitable grooms for unmarried girls
Mano Javam , Maruda Thulya Vegam, Jithendriyam Buddhi Matham Varishtam, Vatha Atmajam Vanara Yudha Mukhyam, Sree Rama Dootham Sirasa Namami
Meaning -I bow my head to salute Rama's messenger, who has won over His mind, who is as fast as the wind, who has mastered his organs, who is the most knowledgeable, who is the wind God's son, and who leads as the chief in the army of monkeys.
Anjaneya Madhi Paatalaananam, Kanjanaadri Kamaneeya Vigraham, Paarijatha Tharu Moola Vaasinam, Bhaavayami Bhava mana Nandanam
Meaning -I bow before the wind God's darling son, Anjana's son, the great killer of ogres, who is handsome and like a golden mountain, who lives near Parijatha tree's roots.
Divya Mangala Dehaaya Peethambara Dharayacha Thaptha Kanchana Varnaaya Mangalam Shri Hanumathey
Meaning -Oh Lord Hanuman who has a mystical form, who adorns a silk garment in yellow and who looks similar to molten gold, let thy be auspiciousness.
Anjana Nandanam Veeram Janaki Soka Naasanam, Kapeesa Maksha Hantharam, Vandhe Lanka Bhayankaram
Meaning -We salute Lanka's horror, Anjana's brave son, who ended Sita's sorrows, the ruler of monkeys and the one who killed Aksha, Ravana's son.
The temple is open from 05:00 am to 12:00 pm and from 04:00 pm to 09:00 pm.