Kodagattu Anjaneya Swamy or Anjanna temple is located on a hillock amidst beautiful hills, valleys and refreshing water springs, and is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The Temple is decorated with sculptures of Gods and Goddesses on its facades and walls. The temple besides the main deity of Anjaneya Swamy also has the idols of Lord Venkateswara, Goddess Alwaar and Sri Laxmi. Here one can see the life statue of Lord Anjaneya. Stairs have been provided to help visitors go up to view the statue from close quarters. It is believed that if a woman prays at the temple for 40 days, she will surely be blessed with a child.
The temple dates back to some 300 years back in history. According to the history, a cowherd named Singam Sanjeevudu lost one of his cows and came in search of it to this hillock. He could not find his cow despite his hectic search. Soon he was tired and fell asleep. Lord Anjaneya Swamy appeared in his dream and told him the place where to look for his lost cow. Sanjeeva got up suddenly and looked around the hillock. To his amazement, he found a radiant Idol of Anjaneya. Then he reverenced the god and the missed cow came back to him. There he built a small temple which is now called Kondagattu Anjaneya Swamy Temple. The temple has undergone renovation and extension some 160 years ago under the guidance of a devotee Krishna Rao Deshmukh.
The temple is surrounded by Bojjapotana caves and Kondalaraya fort. There is a Dharmagundam (holy water tank) where devotees take bath. The ancient Kondagattu hanuman temple always gets packed with Hanuman devotees to its full capacity during Haunamn Jayanthi. The view of saffron colored dresses of devotees at Kondagattu during Hanuman Jayanthi is a delight to eyes.