Bhadra Maruti Temple is a temple dedicated to the Hindu god Hanuman, situated at Khuldabad, close Aurangabad, Maharashtra. The temple is found four kilometers from the Ellora holes. At this temple, the icon of Hanuman is depicted in a leaning back or resting stance. It is one of just three spots where Hanuman is spoken to in a resting stance. The second noted place is a temple on the banks of Yamuna at Allahabad and Uttar Pradesh and the third is at Jam Sawali, Madhya Pradesh.
The Bhadra Maruti Temple is viewed as one of the vacation destinations close Aurangabad and individuals accumulate in lakhs amid propitious events like Hanuman Jayanti and Ram Navami. Individuals from Aurangabad and close-by places stroll to the temple to offer puja on Saturdays in the Marathi timetable month of "Shravan". As indicated by legends, in old occasions the Khuldabad was known as Bhadravati and the ruler was a honorable lord named Bhadrasena, who was a vigorous fan of Rama and used to sing melodies in His acclaim.
One day Hanumanji slipped in the place, tuning in to the reverential melodies sung in acclaim of Rama. He was entranced and without his insight took a leaning back stance – called 'Bhava-samadhi'. Lord Bhadrasen, when he had completed his melody, was shocked to discover Hanuman in Samadhi before him. He asked for Hanuman to live there always and favor his and Lord Rama's devotees.