Nava Vrindavan is located at Anegundi, close to Hampi, Karnataka, India. It consists of the Brundaavanas of nine Hindu Madhva saints, who belong to the Uttaradi Mutt, Sri Raghavendra mutt, Sri Vyasaraja mutt and the Sri Padaraja mutt and Other Various Prominent Madhwa Mutts. It is positioned on an island in the Tungabhadra River.
This idol of Hanuman mounted here by means of Sri Vyasaraja is certainly particular. It depicts the 3 avatars Hanuma, Bheema, Madhva in one shape. The face is like Hanuman, the palms and shoulders properly - rounded and muscular with the Gadhayudha symbolises Bheema, the avatar of Hanuman inside the subsequent yuga and the manuscripts in his hand symbolises Madhvacharya.