Anjaneya Temple, Alamelumangapuram
The idol was installed on 31 March 1985 and consecrated on 26 June 1986.
The temple has the tallest statue of Hanuman in Chennai - about 14 foot high. The tall Hanuman was made and installed at the request of Jayendra Saraswathi. At present there are shrines for Hayagriva Perumal, garudar, Ganapathy, a small shrine for two seated and one standing Anjaneya idols, a shrine for Kothandaramar with Sitapirati and Lakshmana.
The speciality of the temple is the koti archana wherein one crore names of the Hindu god Hanuman are being recited over a period of two years.
- Ambujam Anantharaman (2006). Temples of South India. East West books. pp. 12–13. ISBN 8188661422, ISBN 978-81-88661-42-8.