Kaliyuga Kalpavruksha, Kamadhenu Sri Raghavendra Swamy is believed to be blessing his devotees in this world through 700 years in Brindavana. Anakaputhur is fortunate have one such Mrithika Brindavana of Sri Raghavendra Guru, and the miracles experienced and benefits attained by the devotees of the area stand testimony for existence (prathyaksha) of Gurugalu at Anakaputhur.
Bharathidevi, generally known as Goddess of knowledge and education is situated at the northern prakara of the Brindavana, showering Her blessings to the students.
This is one of the rare forms of Hanuman, the eternal devotee of Lord Rama. Here Hanuman is depicted with four arms, as compared to the most common form with two arms. Anjaneya comes under third place in taratamya kaksha.
The whole appearance of Lord Shri Anjeeneyar in the shrine gives an unknown strength and faith to the devotees and helps to destroy the sins and calamities from the world . The word Vayu in Sanskrit means wind / air and putra means son. Hence, he is referred to as the son of the God of Wind. There are three avataras of Lord Vaayu in three different yugas and they are as follows: In Tretayuga he took the form as Hanumaan. In Dwaparaayuga he took the form as Bheema. In kaliyuga he took the form as Shri Madhvachaarya. At Anakaputhur, Sri Anjaneyar protects His devotees and shower his benedictions over them.
Gajalakshmi, meaning Lakshmi with elephants, is one of the most significant incarnation of AshtalakshmI aspects of the Hindu goddess Lakshmi. Gaja Lakshmi Devi is depicted with four arms and does not wield weapons of any sort. She is seated on a Lotus in Padmasana yogic posture, flanked by a male and female white elephant on either side, with water continuously cascading from their trunks and performing Abhishekam to the Goddess. Two arms are portrayed holding lotuses, while the other two are in the Abhaya Mudra and Varada Mudra. This form dispels the fear of those who own livestock and protects them from losing their livelihood. Shri Lakshmi comes under second place in taratamya kaksha and at Anakaputhur Mutt She is residing near the doors of sanctum sanctorum facing east direction.
Sri Krishna is worshipped as the eighth avatar of the god Vishnu and also as the supreme God in his own right. He is the god of compassion, tenderness, love and is one of the most popular and widely revered among Indian divinities. Here, Sri Krishna gives darshan with a tall churning rod (Kadagolu) in his right hand, showering blessings to all devotees who come and worship Him. Sri Krishna was consecrated at this premises in July 2007, facing east direction.