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Sankat Mochan Road | Saket Nagar, Nagwa Lanka, Varanasi 221005, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is one of the prominent temples and visited in large numbers by hindu devotees. One has to keep away mobile phone, leather items, camera prior to entering inside the temple. This is also known as the hangman templ

Thank Roy_RajRoy
Reviewed 1 week ago

Sankat Mochan temple is one of the locally popular temples for Lord Hanuman - it was quite crowded. Camera and mobile phones are not allowed in this temple. We spent around 10 minutes. We skipped the long queue and still where able to have very...More

Thank Karthik R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Sankat Mochan Temple of Shri Hanuman Ji (version of northindia) OR Shri Anjeneya (version of Southindia) is a very popular and old temple in Varanasi, located near BHU Lanka area. Twin banyan tree, senthoram prasadham and Peda sweet are the specialities of this old temple....More

Thank Senthil Raja A
Reviewed 1 week ago

This temple is in walkable distance from Assi Ghat. When we visited, it was very crowded and more than that, when pooja time, you have to wait for 30 minutes are more for darshan of Lord Hanuman. Photography not allowed, lockers are outside the temple...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Be aware of Monkeys, Large number of Devotees, specially on Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday. During public Holiday also if you are a tourist please avoid.

Thank Sanjeev U
Reviewed 1 week ago

Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple is one of the religious places we visited in Varanasi, during out near 3000 kms motor tour of Uttar Pradesh. We were simply baffled to see the devotion of people, mostly locals, who regularly visited this temple morning and evening. Our...More

Thank chandrarcp166
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Must visit if you are a ardent follower of Lord Hanuman. This place can get really crowded on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Lot of space inside the temple.

Thank RajeevSingh_Ind
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This temple of hanuman is a must visit place in varanasi. The temple atmosphere is very peaceful and calm. The Bhajans in the morning and evening are full of energy. Monkeys are in plenty and so take care.

Thank Ganesh K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

hanuman temple, visiting Tuesday and Saturday, very crowdy during these two days. keep your valuables in lockers, and visit temple, buy laddooo and prasad to offer. must visit place for religious people

Thank prem26bit
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lord Hanuman temple in varanasi. Rush on tuesday and Seterday . inside temple very clean and good management .

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Response from subodhagrawal | Reviewed this property |
tample is open from 5 am to 2 pm..and 5pm to almost 11 pm..
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Response from AadharRaj | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely no issues. Anyone can visit the temple. For that matter even Ghulam Ali (a muslim singer from pakistan) was invited to perform in the temple during the annual festivals. That way the religion and temple... More
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