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Google Map and Address is created for Pracheen Hanuman Mandir
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One of the historic Pracheen Bala Hanuman Mandir is situated on the banks of River Yamuna near Nigambodh Ghat and Inter State Rana Pratap Bus Terminal in Connaught Place, North New Delhi area in India. This temple is claimed to be one of the five temples of the Greatest Indian Epic MAHABHARAT days in Delhi built by Pandavas.
This Temple, which has a self manifest idol of Hanuman, has an unusual feature fixed in the Spire (Viman) in the form of a Crescent Moon (Islamic Symbol). This became particularly important during the Mughal period corroborating this extra-ordinary depiction.
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Pracheen Hanuman Mandir situated at Connaught Place in New Delhi on Baba Kharak Singh Marg is one of the oldest Hanuman temples of India and dating back to the era of Pandavas (Mahabharat). There are five shrines in Delhi that are identified with Pandavas in their Indraprastha by the tradition. The idol of this mandir is a swayambhu (self manifest).
This temple has withstood Mughals' on-slot of Hindu temples. There is a crescent moon symbol (an Islamic symbol) in the Viman (Spire) unlike the Aum or Sun symbol above the Viman as in other Hindu shrines. This has influenced the Mughals then not to destroy the shrine. The crescent moon symbol in the Viman is not to be found normally in any Hindu temple where prominence is for the Sun God or Aumkara.
The deity of this temple is very unique and the face of the Bhagwan Hanuman is seen as that of a Balak (Young Child). The priest says Bhagwan here represents as Bala Hanuman. He is facing to the south side and we can see only one eye. Bhagwan Bala Hanuman carries the Gadha in His left hand and His right hand rests over His chest as in prayer and adorned beautifully with flowers.
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