There is only one hall and a small courtyard in the temple of Hanuman. Hanuman stands on an octagonal pedestal in the center of the hall. There is a small marble linga and a Nandi to the right and the left of the pedestal. There are also small niches where white marble idols of a linga, Nandi and Dattatraya are placed.
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
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.
Raamaaya Ramabadraaya Ramachandraaya Vaydasey Raghunaadaaya Naadaaya Seethaaya Pathaye Namo Namah
Meaning -I offer salutations to Sri Rama, the one who safeguards all, who knows all, who has descended from the Raghu dynasty, Sita's spouse and the Lord of the universe.
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.