History of Bala Hanuman Temple, Jamnagar The History of Bala Hanuman Temple and Jamnagar both are interrelated to each other. The temple is built in the honor of Hanuman who was a stanch follower of Lord Rama, as pointed in the prodigy Ramayana. Therefore, those who have been coming on the terrains of Jamnagar especially pay their visit to this Bala Hanuman Temple since 1st of August, 1964 and seem to be exhilarated by the inexorable intoning of "Sri Ram, Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram". The lovers and admirers of both immensely respected Lord Rama and his ally Lord Hanuman come so recurrently to proffer their pious prayers and thus the temple is remarkably listed in the Guinness Book of Records.
Description of Bala Hanuman Temple, Jamnagar The architecture of this outsized Bala Hanuman Temple is overwhelming because it is made on the South-Eastern portion of Ranmal Lake and is dyed-in-the-wool to the worthy Lord Hanuman. Entire premises of the temple is drenched in the hymn of Shri Rama or commonly known as 'Ram Dhun'.
However, if you want you can also travel around the Bala Hanuman Temple which is also the point of discussion among the fortune hunters far or near because of its highly noteworthy archeological significance. So, plan a trip to this memorial as is easily accessible because of sharing its proximity to the Jamnagar railhead.
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