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Sri Maha Raja Rajeswarar Temple-Seremban

Sri Maha Raja Rajeswarar Temple. Sri Maha Raja Rajeswarar Temple. This temple also known as “Muniswarar Kovil”, “Appa Kovil” or Hanuman Kovil”. This temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

New Temple Building: With the grace of the Almighty "Arulmigu Thirupperunthiru Rasa Rasechurar", temple committe embarked a new mission to rebuild the existing temple. In 1992, the committee engaged the service of Mr.Logendran - Rekha Homes to prepare the layout drawing for approval. The design of new Temple comprises of the main Moolasthana Gopuram, Artha Mandbam, Maha Mandabam, Raja Gopuram. Shrines of Vinayagar, Murugan, Muniswaran, Shivathurgai (Kaligambal), Sandikeshwarar, TatchanaMoorthy and Anjaneyar ( Hanuman ). Apart from the above, other facilities which includes wedding hall/multi purposes hall, meditation hall. library and a kitchen.

Location: located near the Seremban town, at 9th KM Tampin Road, in Taman Tuanku Ja’affar, (formerly known as Senawang Estate), Sungai Gadut, Negeri Sembilan, Peninsular Malaysia. Visited by thousands of devotes. Hindu population around the area is estimated 15,000 people. The temple accessible by road from Seremban town by bus or town taxi. It will take about 25 minutes to reach this temple from Seremban town. Also accessible via North South Highway, exit at Senawang toll heading towards south bound Tampin road.