The Ragigudda Sri Prasanna Anjaneya temple is a temple committed to Hanuman in Jayanagar ninth Block suburb of Bangalore. The temple hosts a Shivalinga together with Rama, Sita, Lakshmana, Hanuman shrine in the identical precinct. The temple is on a hillock. There is a smaller temple devoted to Ganesha, Navagrahas and Rajarajeshwari at the bottom of the hillock. It additionally plays host to the Hindu holy trinity on big engraved rocks on the side of the temple.
It is assumed that the hillock that hosts the principle deity Sri Prasanna Anjaneya Swamy was shaped from a heap of ragi and for this reason became termed "Ragigudda". During this era, the holy trinity Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva expressed their will to stay close to the hillock and turned themselves into stones nearby. These three stones now endure engravings of the trinity. The temple was fashioned in 1969 and registered in 1972. Over the past a long time, this temple has end up the social centre on this locality. It has a charitable arm that offers less costly education and healthcare to the less privileged in and around the temple.