Salasar Balaji Temple, Salasar

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Honor Hanumam, a principal deity in Hinduism at Salasar Balaji Temple and drink the waters of its wells to receive the blessings of the Balaji. The temple was constructed in 1754 using bricks, stones, lime mortar, and white marble, which is used extensively through the prayer hall, while the sanctum sanctorum is covered with artistic craftsmanship of gold and silver. Observe the ritual of tying coconuts with moli, sacred red hreads, and participate for your wishes done in sincere faith to be granted. Offer food prepared in the temple or the associated restaurants to the gods, then eat it with your family or share with the needy. Arrange to visit Salasar Balaji Temple and other attractions in Salasar using our Salasar online tour planner .
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  • We left Dwarka-New Delhi on 16th Nov- Saturday morning at 5:30 via Gurgoan, Dharuhera and reached Khatushyam. After 2 hrs journey, arrived Salasar Balaji. Best place among all places I have visited. T...  more »
  • Salasar Balaji - Place to visit to get peace, power and blessings of Bal Hanuman. It is well managed by Temple Management and you can get Darshan even when crowd is huge on Tuesday/Saturday. Place mus...  more »
  • What i can say about ritiuals But seriously just take a visit there ,it is reallyy good
  • A very poius Hindu temple of lord Hanuman Ji .
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