According to the information passed down over the years the Pujari ji of The Hanuman Temple in Dhuleshwar Garden,C-Scheme, believes it to be some 500 years old. He says he remembers it as a big chabutra with a neem tree, a room for the idol and a kitchen. Under the soothing shadow of a huge peepul tree and the grace of the Gods worshiped here and the patronage of the devotees this temple has grown into a thing of beauty and not just only a place of worship. The building has been newly done up with marble flooring and marble platform around the idols. Idols are surrounded by carved marble Jalis. Besides all this a local painter, a Hanuman devotee, has painted the whole building of the Temple with very pleasing and intricate murals. There are gold, red, green, white, pink and blue colors making intricate flowers and petals on the roof, pillars, windows of the temple. The artist has also depicted in wall paintings scenes from Ramayan. There is also a jhoomar in the center of the ceiling illuminating the whole room and the lovingly done up art work. Idols of Shri Ram, Sita Ji and Lakshman Ji and the Idols of Shivji and Parvati ji and a Shiv ling are also there in the Temple.
Some other Hanuman Temples of note in Jaipur are:
The Chitthi wale Hanuman Ji on Sardar Patel Marg, Opposite the PMG office.
Chandpole wale Hanumanji, in the Chandpole Bazar.
There are Two Temples of Hanumanji opposite each other in the entrance to the Johri Bazar .
There is the Kala Hanuman Mandir Near the now defunct Ram Praksh Cinema Hall.
There is another very old Hanuman Mandir opposite the Ganesh Mandir on Moti Doongri near Birla Mandir.