The Hanuman Temple of Pandupol is arranged inside the Sariska National Tiger Reserve of Rajasthan. Arranged in the midst of lifted verdant slope augmentations of the Aravalli Range, the old Hanuman Temple of Pandupol is a standout amongst the most gone by areas in Sariska. Pandupol is identified with the time of the epic of Mahabharata. It is trusted that the Pandavas spent a few years at Pandupol amid their life in a state of banishment. According to another myth, it was at Pandupol that Lord Hanuman crushed Bheema and checked his pride. The Hanuman Temple of Pandupol has a goliath symbol of Lord Hanuman. In the premises of the sanctuary, langurs, macaques and a few sorts of winged creatures can be spotted. Amid the stormy season, waterfalls can likewise be found at Pandupol.