At a separation of 2 km from Kondagattu Bus Stand, 14 km from Jagityal Bus Station, 39 km from Karimnagar and 178 km from Hyderabad, Sri Anjaneya Swamy sanctuary situated in Kondagattu town of Karimnagar area is one of the celebrated sanctuaries in Telangana. Arranged on a hillock in the midst of delightful slopes, valleys and invigorating water springs, this is committed to Lord Hanuman. This Temple is enhanced with models of Gods and Goddesses on its exteriors and dividers. The sanctuary other than the principle divinity of Anjaneya Swamy likewise has the symbols of Lord Venkateswara, Goddess Alwaar and Sri Laxmi. Here one can see the life statue of Lord Anjaneya. Stairs have been given to enable guests to go up to see the statue from lacking elbow room. As indicated by neighborhood legend, around 300 years prior a rancher Singam sanjeevudu in the wake of losing one of his wild oxen, resulted in these present circumstances hillock scanning for it and rested here. Ruler Anjaneya came into his fantasy and revealed to him the whereabouts of his bison. As he woke up and checking out the hillock, he found a lighting up symbol of Anjaneya. He at that point manufactured a little sanctuary for the ruler at current area. The present structure was worked by Krishna Rao Deshmukh amidst twentieth century. The aficionados trust that individuals who don't have kids will be honored by offering 40 day petitions to Lord Anjaneya Swamy. Hanuman Jayanti is the fundamental celebration celebrated here. Numerous enthusiasts perform Hanuman Deeksha for a time of 41 days amid Hanuman Jayanthi and visit Kondagattu Hanuman Temple by walk. It is beleived that in excess of 4 lakh individuals visit this Temple amid Hanuman Jayanthi.