This three year old temple is on the way to Ramar temple
from Renugambal temple and close to the Draupadhi Mandapam. The beautiful deity, Veera Anjaneyar, is about 8 feet tall. This
Anjaneyar was in the main road without any temple and when they wanted to move him for the new temple, they could not. Only
after adorning him with a Butter Alankaram made of about 40 kg of butter, he moved.
In Padavedu, you can not see the Navagraha
shrine in any of the temples. [Navagrha worship came into practice only in later period] and worshipping Verra Anjaneyar
is considered equivalent to Navagraha worship. He appears with his tail rounded up and it is considered that he has contained
the Navagrahas in his tail. He is appearing with his foot in a way ready fly to Ayodhya from Lanka with his hands in a posture
of blessing the devotees. His foot and tail are considered very significant here.
This is a very powerful Anjaneyar, who can fulfill all your
wishes. It is said that a devotee from Hyderabad came here and prayed for his son’s future to shape
-up successfully. Since it got fulfilled without any problem, he offered a big golden Ramar dollar which adorns the
Anjaneyar even now.
Padavedu is protected by Veera Anjaneyar and Kali on all
8 directions and so you can see Veera Anjaneyar temples in many places around Padavedu. There is one [small shrine] at the
back of the Renugambal temple also