An ancient Hanuman temple in Karachi is attracting thousands of pilgrims from India. Panchmukhi Hanuman temple in Karachi has become a spiritual attraction for Hindus from India and from Pakistan.
It is believed that the temple is 17 lakh years old and was built in “Treta Yug”. It is also believed that Lord Rama visited this temple while in exile.
Devotees believe that the impressive idol of Lord Hanuman was excavated from the earth and since then has been placed here. The priest said that if someone walks around the idol 11 or 21 times, all his wishes will come true.
Karachi is the largest city in Pakistan and has the largest sea port in the country as well. It boasts of a lively Hindu population who ardently believe in this temple.