Hanuman Junction

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For the same-titled 2000 Telugu film by M. Raja, see Hanuman Junction (film).
Abhaya Anjaneya Swamy
అభయ ఆంజనేయ స్వామి
45ft Sri Abhaya Anjaneya Swamy.JPG
Lord Hanuman Statue is the tallest in Hanuman Junction Location.
Location [[Nuzvid Railway Flyover][Hanuman Junction, India]], Andhra Pradesh, India
Type Statue
Material Concrete
Height 45 feet (14 m)
Opening date Feb 23, 2015
Board on NH-5 in H.Junction

Hanuman Junction is a town which lies in border between Krishna and West Godavari districts in Andhra Pradesh state in India. Hanuman Junction gets its name because of the four road junction near the Hanuman Temple.

Etymology[edit]

Hanuman temple is located at the intersection of the two roads and henceforth town is named as Hanuman Junction.

Religious worships[edit]

Sri Sita Rama Dasanjaneeya Swamy Temple

Late Palnati Satyanaraya established Sita Rama Dasanjaneeya Temple. It is the tallest statue of Hanuman in Hanuman Junction. It is located in the village of Epuru, approximately 1.5 km from Hanuman Junction. Epuru Dasanjaneeya Swamy Temple is a statue in depicting Abhaya Anjaneeya Swamy. The statue, installed on 23 February 2015, stands 45 feet tall.[citation needed]

Transport[edit]

Junction near Hanuman Temple

Hanuman Junction lies on Eluru - Vijayawada section of AH-45. APS RTC runs bus services from Eluru, Vijayawada and Rajahmundry. Nuzividu Railway Station serves Junction.

Education[edit]

The primary and secondary school education is imparted by government, aided and private schools, under the School Education Department of the state.[1][2] The medium of instruction followed by different schools are English, Telugu.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "School Eduvation Department" (PDF). School Education Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh. Retrieved 7 November 2016. 
  2. ^ "The Department of School Education - Official AP State Government Portal | AP State Portal". www.ap.gov.in. Retrieved 7 November 2016. 

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