Makardhwaj Hanuman Temple (Hanuman Dandi)
Beyt Dwarka, Gujarat 361345, India
About Makardhwaj Hanuman Temple (Hanuman Dandi)
This is a Hanuman temple located at the district of Devbhoomi Dwaraka. there is a statue of Hanuman's son Makardhwaj in front, while a statue of Hanuman is also installed nearby. The specialty of these two idols is that they do not have any weapon in their hands and are in blissful posture. This is a famous temple of this area and so many devotees and visitors visit this temple every day.
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