Salasar Balaji or Salasar Dham is a religious place for the devotees of Lord Hanuman ji. It is located on National Highway 668 in Churu district of Rajasthan, India. Every year big fairs are organised during the months of Chaitra and Ashwin. The Hanuman Temple is situated right in the heart of Salasar town. Shree Salasar Balaji Temple was built in 1754 CE by Mohandas Maharaj with the assistance of Muslim architects. The temple has been remodelled several times over the years to achieve its present appearance.
Every year two fairs are organized in Salasar Dham on “Sharad Purnima and Chaitra Purnima (Hanuman Janmotsav)”. This holy place is entirely devoid of pomposity. Here only the devotee has a direct relationship with the Lord. The development for the convenience of all the devotees coming to Salasar Dham is taken care of by “Shree Hanuman Seva Samiti” through “Shree Balaji Mandir”.
How Can We Go
SUJANGARH station is the nearest railway station to Salasar. It takes 32 minutes to travel from Sujangarh Railway Station to Salasar Balaji Hanuman Mandir.
Timings Of Puja
- Mangla Aarti: 5:30 AM
- Mohandas Ji Aarti: 6:00 AM
- Rajbhog Aarti: 10:15 AM
- Dhoop Gwal Aarti: 5:00 PM
- Mohandas Ji Aarti: 5:30 PM
- Sandhya Aarti: 6:00 PM
- Bal Bhog Stuti: 7:00 PM
- Shayan Aarti: 9:00 PM
- Rajbhog Mahaprasad Aarti (Only on Tuesday): 11:00 AM
- Mangla Aarti: 5:30 AM
- Mohandas Ji Aarti: 5:30 AM
- Rajbhog Aarti: 10:00 AM
- Dhoop Gwal Aarti: 6:00 PM
- Mohandas Ji Aarti: 6:30 PM
- Sandhya Aarti: 7:10 PM
- Bal Bhog Stuti: 7:30 PM
- Shayan Aarti: 10:00 PM
- Rajbhog Mahaprasad Aarti (Only on Tuesday): 10:30 AM
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