Sri Prasanna Anjaneya Swamy Temple

About the Temple

Ever since the temple activities started, the temple has been increasingly serving the Hindus and the wider community in a dynamic way. It is active in inter religious activities both cultural and humanitarian. Students of Schools and Colleges, scholars, poets, swamijis, men and women visit the temple to learn about Hindu Ideal, traditions and practices. Once a year, we celebrate the "Annual Day" in which general public is invited to attend Dance, music and preachings of eminent scholars and poets. This provides opportunities to understand and appreciate mutual cultures. The temple provides opportunities for open house worship.

Location

Hebbani is a village in Mulbagal Taluk, Kolar District. It is about 130 kms from Bangalore. Hebbani is well connected by bus. From Bangalore the Tirupati/Chennai route via Mulbagal has to be taken and enroute Mulbagal to Palamner there is a deviation (take left) towards Punganoor and in less than 20 kms from highway we reach Hebbani.

Trustees

Sri. Hebbani Shankara Sastry and Sri Satya Kumar are the founder trustees. Sri. Sastry is a retired Mechanical Engineer from Bharat Electronics Limited and has held various positions in India and abroad during his 35 years tenure in the Engineering Industry. Currently he is writing books on leadership and devotional songs on various Hindu Gods. His ability to draw large number of people through his devotional speeches will make people more knowledgeable in their respective domains.

Sri. Satya kumar is working with K G I D office in Bangalore and is a devotee and is a staunch devotee of Sri. Anjaneya Swamy.

Activities

Ever since the temple activities started, the temple has been increasingly serving the Hindus and the wider community in a dynamic way. It is active in inter religious activities both cultural and humanitarian. Students of Schools and Colleges, scholars, poets, swamijis, men and women visit the temple to learn about Hindu Ideal, traditions and practices. Once a year, we celebrate the "Annual Day" in which general public is invited to attend Dance, music and preachings of eminent scholars and poets. This provides opportunities to understand and appreciate mutual cultures. The temple provides opportunities for open house worship.