Nava Brindavana is situated at Anegundi, close Hampi, Karnataka, India. It contains the Brundaavanas of nine Hindu Madhva holy people, who have a place with the Uttaradi Mutt, Sri Raghavendra Swamy mutt, Sri Vyasaraja mutt and the Sri Sri Padaraja mutt and other various prominent madhwa mutts. It is situated on an island in the Tungabhadra River. The nine holy people are. This symbol of Hanuman introduced here by Sri Vyasaraja is for sure novel. It delineates the three symbols - Hanuma, Bheema, Madhva in one shape.
The face resembles Hanuman, the arms and shoulders well - adjusted and strong with the Gadhayudha symbolizes Bheema, the symbol of Hanuman in the following yuga and the original copies in his grasp symbolizes Madhvacharya. sanctuary is a structure held for religious or otherworldly customs and exercises, for example, petition and forfeit. It is commonly utilized for such structures having a place with all beliefs where a more explicit term, for example, church, mosque or synagogue isn't for the most part utilized in English.