Phase II Project

Sri Anjaneya crossed the ocean TWICE to bring the Sanjeevini herb during the Sri Rama-Ravana Yuddha to save the life of Sri Lakshmana. It is because of this, HE is called Pranadaata.

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Our organization was established by some of the most prominent persons in the Hindu world. They were and still are the core people of our organization and the website itself.

Sri Bhakta Anjaneya Temple's (SBAT) mission is to provide authentic religious service per the sastras to help individuals, families and the community at large. The mission also is to preserve and propagate the learning of the Vedas, Sastras, Puranas, Hindu traditions and to imbibe the Sanatana dharma values, culture and heritage into the future generations.

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The temple provides a platform for many music and dance teachers and students alike by encouraging them to participate and showcase their talent in our various special poojas.


the last breath of life towards God, Vedic rituals are to be performed at the appropriate time, for a particular life event, to achieve great punya in one's life time and for the next..


We also provide great social services for Hinduists through public events and meetings.


Classes are held regularly to teach children and adults various slokas, stotras, Ramayanam, Bhagavatam etc..


The Temple, as laid down in the sastras, has been maintaining Goshala for the preservation of cows. As mentioned in our scriptures, a cow is the embodiment of all the 33 crore gods and goddesses. The cow is one being that gives all benefit to humanity. The Go-Mutra and Gomiya are antibiotic and antiseptic that help in not only cleansing the human body helping in ridding it of diseases but also protecting the environment around us.

The temple uses Organic Cow-Feed as fodder for the cows. As of now the temple has 8 cows and 2 bulls in ist facility. The milk from the Goshala and the curd from that milk is used in the abhishekams of the deities on a daily basis and in preparation of Prasadams.

Feeding the cow is supposed to bestow all kinds of prosperity, enhance one's punya and remove different kinds of Doshas a person may be suffering at any stage in his/her life.

The temple, for the convenience of devotees, has set up multiple cow-feed plans (one-time, daily, monthly, etc) which any devotee irrespective of their financial status can easily participate and reap the benefit.

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We greatly appreciate your continued support. Our temple needs your generosity and donations at this time more than ever. Please support your temple kindly by donating!