Sri Bedi Anjaneya Swamy Temple is located on Sannidhi Street, which is facing Maha dwaram of Sri Venkateswara shrine. In the Vaishnavite tradition, it is customary to have either Garuda or Anjaneya opposite the main temple.
The idol of Sri Anjaneya is shown with its hands folded in supplication (the Anjali pose). Sri Anjenaya is a devotee of Sri Rama, just as Garuda is of Sri Maha Vishnu.
According to legends, It is said that Hanuman wanted to leave Tirumala in search of a camel, to stop hanuman, Anjana Devi tied his hands with a “bedi”(cuffs) and ordered him to stay at the place till she returns.
Lord Hanuman conceded to this day he is seen standing in front of Mahadwaaram. Anjana Devi stayed back near Akasa Ganga and never returned to this place. It may also be noted that every time after Neivedyam is offered to Lord Srinivasa and Varahaswamy, the Neivedyam is brought to this temple.
It is believed that the temple was constructed during the reign of Mahant and was built according to the Vaishnavite traditions.
Every special Sbhishekam and pooja is performed to Lord Hanuman.
Special offerings are made on Hanuman Jayanti.