Kote Anjaneya

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Kote Anjaneya
Kote Anjaneya is located in Karnataka
Kote Anjaneya
Kote Anjaneya
Location in Karnataka
Geography
Coordinates 13°20′53″N 77°06′08″E / 13.34804°N 77.10216°E / 13.34804; 77.10216Coordinates: 13°20′53″N 77°06′08″E / 13.34804°N 77.10216°E / 13.34804; 77.10216
Country India
State Karnataka
District Tumkur district
Location Tumkur
Culture
Primary deity Hanuman
History and governance
Website koteanjaneya.com

Kote Anjaneya is a temple of Hanuman located in Tumkur, Karnataka. The temple has a 75 feet tall Hanuman statue at the entrance which was inaugurated in May 2005.[1]

It is one of the Sri Vyasaraja consecrated idols of Hanuman. Sri Vyasaraja was Rajaguru of historical Vijayanagar empire. He was also the guru of the likes of Kanakadasa and Purandaradasa. Over five hundred years ago Sri Vyasaraja consecrated 732 idols of Hanuman throughout India.

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  1. ^ "Photo gallery". Deccan Herald. 21 May 2005. Retrieved 2 December 2013. The 75-ft tall cement statue of Anjaneya Swamy at Kote Anjaneya Swamy temple in Tumkur. The statue will be inaugurated on May 28. DH photo 

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