The Hanuman Mandir

The Hanuman Mandir on the top of the mountain is a Siddh Kshetra. The step that leads you to the Hanuman Mandir is visible from far off. The steps are painted white and saffron on the sides. Once you are in the front of the bottom of the foot steps you can see the Sidh Hanuman Mandir. You have to claim around four hundred to four hundred fifty steps to reach the mandir. While claiming you will hear devotees singing Hanuman Chalisa. On the sides of the steps you will see forest with good tress around. The breeze and the Hanuman Chalisa will play on your mind and give lot of santhi. The Mandir is in the one corner of the front of the old fort. The temple is no big structure; it is just simple but a very big hall with a gombhot over the hall. There is a long verandah that leads you into this hall. The gombhot on the top resembles that of a Mughal architecture. You can see saffron triangle flags flying on all the four corners of the Mandir and also on top of the gombhot.

Lord Hanuman the Siddha

Once inside the Mandir you will feel the vibration and presence of Holiness within you. The Lord Hanuman is a self emerged one. The murti of Lord Hanuman is pasted with saffron and vermilion. The murti of Lord Hanuman is around six feet in height. Lord Hanuman's right hand is seen raised above His head and giving you ashirwad. Lord Hanuman is seen facing His devotee and giving dharshan to him with His open eyes. The Lord Hanuman's eyes are shedding mercy on His devotees and bless him in full. Once you are in front of the murti you can feel the blessings showered by the Lord on you. There is a general belief that having expressed their wish to Sri Hanuman, nobody returns without there wish fulfilled.


There is festival and Mela during the month of Ashada on the Mah star. On normal Tuesdays there is a heavy rush for Dharshan. On the back of the mandir one can see the old fort. One can see the Shesh Mahal [Glass House/palace] some distance way. The Shesh Mahal is supposed to have been built during the Dangi rulers. If you step down below the mountain from here you will come across the Ankat Devi Mandir. Since the presence of Hanuman, there are plenty of Monkeys in around the mandir and fort. Only on rare occasion does the monkeys snatches the Prasad from the devotees otherwise they take what is offered to them.

Sagar Shiv Mandir

Sagar Shiv Mandir is a Hindu temple sitting on the island of Goyave de Chine, Poste de Flacq, Mauritius. Sagar Shiv Mandir is on the eastern part of Mauritius. It is a place of worship for Hindus settled in Mauritius and it is also visited by tourists. The temple was constructed in 2007 and it hosts a 108 feet height bronze coloured statue of Shiva

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