A brief view of the temple:
Let us start from the entrance of the temple:
Slipper Stand: The system maintained here for the maintenance of this division was first of its kind. The slippers are kept in separate bags and full care will be taken of the same without any expectation.
Water fountain (Hanuman Dhara): The temple has got a natural ambiance. It has huge rocks, big and old trees. In between these a water fountain is created which gives an additional rank to the beauty of the temple, especially in the evening lightings it’s a refreshing treat to the eyes.
Parna kuteera: This is a place which resemble hermitage. Yagya, homas and special poojas are conducted here. There is a small artificially created water fall which completes the beauty of this kuteera.
Thrimurthy Sannidhi: Beautifully carved out Thrimurthies on 32 ft. tall monolithic blocks is probably a unique one, to be seen in Ragigudda only. It is rare to see such Thrimurthies together on a single platform that too of 32ft. tall. Blessed are the visitors to Ragigudda to have such a rare darshan of Thrimurthies.
Auditorium: Well planned, neatly maintained for the purpose of various cultural activities and special poojas.
Pushkarni: A pond which provides water for complete temple requirements.
Goshale: There are more than 30 cows. Milk of these cows is used for abhishekam and the remaining is served to the nursery kids of the school.
Prasadaa division: Both morning and evening, prasada is served to all the devotees and on every Saturday devotees are served with lunch. Well maintained with respect to cleanliness and taste.
Open auditorium: This is an open place where normally Hanumajjayanthi is conducted. It can accommodate a large number of devotees. The poojas or homas of large scale are conducted here.