Hindu temples in Sri Lanka

Ramboda Sri Baktha Hanuman temple - in Ramboda
Sri Baktha Hanuman in Ramboda is 18 feet tall
"Kopuram"-the main tower of the temple
Veerappa Chandrabose dresses up Sri Bhaktha Hanuman
Sri Bhatha Hanuman brass statue is taken on procession on special days
Flowers are brought from Mathampai and Kurunegala
Flowers stay fresh due to cold climate
Sri Baktha Hanuman in "Moolasthaanam"- main shrine of the temple is decorated for the festival
Veerappa Chandrabose decorates Sri Baktha Hanuman with skills that are marked by dexterity and grace
Hanuman is considered as the incarnation of Lord Siva
Veerappa Chandrabose is happy about his achievements
Sri Baktha Hanuman enchants devotees from all ethnicities
Hanuman symbolises devotion and service
Hanuman is one of the most important personalities in the epic-"Ramayanam"
Hanuman's weapon is "Gada" mace
Hanuman worship is increasingly becoming popular in Sri Lanka
Hanuman is taken on procession outside the temple
Men carried Hanuman on the shoulders
Long hours were spent in the temple
Flower petals are sprinkled and the Hanuman idol is welcomed at the main entrance of the temple
View of the Sri Baktha Hanuman temple in Ramboda from another mountain