This is a fairly new temple, from what I understand, maybe 4 years old. It's kept very clean.
This is supposed to be the place that Hanuman rested, en route to tell Rama where Sita was kept captive.
Be sure to wear long pants, and sleeved tops when entering this temple. Otherwise, you can buy a dhoti out front.
The view surrounding this temple is breath-taking, and there's an Annapurna's restaurant where you can have a tasty veg meal, before setting off again.
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