Paritala Anjaneya Swami Temple

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Paritala Anjaneya Swami Temple
వీర అభయ ఆంజనేయ హనుమాన్ స్వామి
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Lord Hanuman Statue in Paritala is the tallest in the world.
Coordinates 16°38′49″N 80°25′24″E / 16.64688°N 80.423339°E / 16.64688; 80.423339 (Anjaneya Hanuman Swami (Paritala, India))
Location Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India
Type Statue
Material Concrete
Height 135 feet (41 m)
Opening date June 22, 2003
Approximate heights of various notable statues:
1. Spring Temple Buddha 153 m (incl. 25 m pedestal and 20 m throne)
2. Statue of Liberty 93 m (incl. 47 m pedestal)
3. The Motherland Calls 91 m (excl. plinth)
4. Christ the Redeemer 39.6 m (incl. 9.5 m pedestal)
5. Statue of David 5.17 m (excl. 2.5 m plinth)

Parital Anjaneya Swami Temple is a statue in depicting Hanuman. It is the tallest statue of Hanuman anywhere in the world, and the tallest statue in India.[1] It is located in the village of Paritala on NH-9 road side, approximately 30 km from the city of Vijayawada, in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. The statue, installed in 2003, stands 135 feet tall (41 metres).

This Tallest Statue of Hanuman in the World is Taller than The Tallest Statue of Human figure made by Western World i.e. Christ the Redeemer statue in the city Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. This worlds tallest standing Hanuman statue attracts many devotes both foreigners as well as domestic.

The second tallest Hanuman statue at Jakhoo Temple in Shimla, India - 108 ft
The third tallest Hanuman statue at Nandura in Maharashtra, India - 105 ft
The fourth [2] tallest Hanuman statue at Shahjahanpur in Uttar Pradesh, India - 104 ft
The fifth tallest Hanuman statue at Carapichaima, Trinidad and Tobago - 85 ft, this is the tallest Hanuman outside of India.

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