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This Hindu Temple In Pakistan Is Special; A 'Unique' Lord Hanuman's Idol Emerged Naturally Here 1,500 Years Ago. Check Out How It Looks!

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This temple holds special significance for Hindus as the Hanuman idol here is not man-made, but appeared naturally.
  • Panchmukhi Hanuman Temple, Karachi, Pakistan
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    Panchmukhi Hanuman Temple, Karachi, Pakistan
    Tucked away in Soldier Bazaar, Karachi, Pakistan is a 1,500 year old Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. This temple holds special significance for Hindus as the idol here is of Panchmukhi Hanuman, and it is not man-made.
    Yes, Hanuman's statue here is said to have appeared naturally, and thus came to be worshipped by devotees over the centuries. The temple bears all five aspects of Hanuman: Narasimha, Adivaraha, Hayagriva, Hanuman and Garuda.
    An intricately carved yellow stone structure greets the devotees on entring the temple. It stands in the middle of the premises. A wide passage is left around the sanctum sanctorum for parikrama or circumambulation.
    It is one of the few Hindu temples in Pakistan to survive the onslaught on temples following the demolition of Babri Masjid in India. Multiple communities like Maharashtrians, Sindhis and Balochis visit this temple.
    Read on...
  • Panchmukhi Hanuman Idol, Karachi, Pakistan
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    Panchmukhi Hanuman Idol, Karachi, Pakistan
    Tucked away in Soldier Bazaar, Karachi, Pakistan is a 1,500 year old Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. This temple holds special significance for Hindus as the idol here is of Panchmukhi Hanuman, and it is not man-made.
    Yes, Hanuman's statue here is said to have appeared naturally, and thus came to be worshipped by devotees over the centuries. The temple bears all five aspects of Hanuman: Narasimha, Adivaraha, Hayagriva, Hanuman and Garuda.
    An intricately carved yellow stone structure greets the devotees on entring the temple. It stands in the middle of the premises. A wide passage is left around the sanctum sanctorum for parikrama or circumambulation.
    It is one of the few Hindu temples in Pakistan to survive the onslaught on temples following the demolition of Babri Masjid in India. Multiple communities like Maharashtrians, Sindhis and Balochis visit this temple.
    Read on...
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    Tucked away in Soldier Bazaar, Karachi, Pakistan is a 1,500 year old Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. This temple holds special significance for Hindus as the idol here is of Panchmukhi Hanuman, and it is not man-made.
    Yes, Hanuman's statue here is said to have appeared naturally, and thus came to be worshipped by devotees over the centuries. The temple bears all five aspects of Hanuman: Narasimha, Adivaraha, Hayagriva, Hanuman and Garuda.
    An intricately carved yellow stone structure greets the devotees on entring the temple. It stands in the middle of the premises. A wide passage is left around the sanctum sanctorum for parikrama or circumambulation.
    It is one of the few Hindu temples in Pakistan to survive the onslaught on temples following the demolition of Babri Masjid in India. Multiple communities like Maharashtrians, Sindhis and Balochis visit this temple.
    Read on...
  • +6 See more slides
    Tucked away in Soldier Bazaar, Karachi, Pakistan is a 1,500 year old Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. This temple holds special significance for Hindus as the idol here is of Panchmukhi Hanuman, and it is not man-made.
    Yes, Hanuman's statue here is said to have appeared naturally, and thus came to be worshipped by devotees over the centuries. The temple bears all five aspects of Hanuman: Narasimha, Adivaraha, Hayagriva, Hanuman and Garuda.
    An intricately carved yellow stone structure greets the devotees on entring the temple. It stands in the middle of the premises. A wide passage is left around the sanctum sanctorum for parikrama or circumambulation.
    It is one of the few Hindu temples in Pakistan to survive the onslaught on temples following the demolition of Babri Masjid in India. Multiple communities like Maharashtrians, Sindhis and Balochis visit this temple.
    Read on...
  • Goddess Kali temple in Karachi
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    Goddess Kali temple in Karachi
    Tucked away in Soldier Bazaar, Karachi, Pakistan is a 1,500 year old Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. This temple holds special significance for Hindus as the idol here is of Panchmukhi Hanuman, and it is not man-made.
    Yes, Hanuman's statue here is said to have appeared naturally, and thus came to be worshipped by devotees over the centuries. The temple bears all five aspects of Hanuman: Narasimha, Adivaraha, Hayagriva, Hanuman and Garuda.
    An intricately carved yellow stone structure greets the devotees on entring the temple. It stands in the middle of the premises. A wide passage is left around the sanctum sanctorum for parikrama or circumambulation.
    It is one of the few Hindu temples in Pakistan to survive the onslaught on temples following the demolition of Babri Masjid in India. Multiple communities like Maharashtrians, Sindhis and Balochis visit this temple.
    Read on...
  • Swaminarayan temple in Karachi
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    Swaminarayan temple in Karachi
    Tucked away in Soldier Bazaar, Karachi, Pakistan is a 1,500 year old Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. This temple holds special significance for Hindus as the idol here is of Panchmukhi Hanuman, and it is not man-made.
    Yes, Hanuman's statue here is said to have appeared naturally, and thus came to be worshipped by devotees over the centuries. The temple bears all five aspects of Hanuman: Narasimha, Adivaraha, Hayagriva, Hanuman and Garuda.
    An intricately carved yellow stone structure greets the devotees on entring the temple. It stands in the middle of the premises. A wide passage is left around the sanctum sanctorum for parikrama or circumambulation.
    It is one of the few Hindu temples in Pakistan to survive the onslaught on temples following the demolition of Babri Masjid in India. Multiple communities like Maharashtrians, Sindhis and Balochis visit this temple.
    Read on...
  • Inside the Swaminarayan temple in Karachi
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    Inside the Swaminarayan temple in Karachi
    Tucked away in Soldier Bazaar, Karachi, Pakistan is a 1,500 year old Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. This temple holds special significance for Hindus as the idol here is of Panchmukhi Hanuman, and it is not man-made.
    Yes, Hanuman's statue here is said to have appeared naturally, and thus came to be worshipped by devotees over the centuries. The temple bears all five aspects of Hanuman: Narasimha, Adivaraha, Hayagriva, Hanuman and Garuda.
    An intricately carved yellow stone structure greets the devotees on entring the temple. It stands in the middle of the premises. A wide passage is left around the sanctum sanctorum for parikrama or circumambulation.
    It is one of the few Hindu temples in Pakistan to survive the onslaught on temples following the demolition of Babri Masjid in India. Multiple communities like Maharashtrians, Sindhis and Balochis visit this temple.
    Read on...

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