Tallest Hanuman statue in India - entirely made of marble

Veera Abhaya Anjaneya Hanuman Vijayawada, AP. .hindufaqs.com
God Hanuman, an ardent devotee of Sri Rama of the great epic the Ramayana,  does not directly belong to the Hindu pantheon of Gods and Goddesses. His name is synonymous with Rama and is a popular deity among devout Hindus across the length and breadth of India. Every small town in India has a shrine dedicated to Sri Hanuman, a  Vaanara - semi -ape and semi -man god. He is an epitome of courage, honesty, dedication, wit and wisdom. One can see his idol or stone image in all temples dedicated to Sri Rama. His dedication to Sri Rama is so much, he is often referred to as Rama Bhata Hanuman. This is the reason he is often portrayed as displaying in his chest the image of Sri Rama and his consort Sri Sita.
God Hanuman and Sri Rama indiadivine.org
In India there are countless tall statues of Hanuman. In almost all states you can see his giant image.  The tallest statue of Hanuman one under construction is at Mandabam, Srikakulam District of Andhra and it is about 176 feet tall. The second tallest one is that of  Veera Abhaya Anjaneya Hanuman Swami and it is close to  Vijayawada city in Andhra Pradesh. Entirely made of white marble, it stands 135 feet tall and was built in 2003. Paritala Anjaneya Temple  houses this statue and the village is 30 km from Vijayawada and can be accessed via  Highway NH-9
God Hanuman. maadurgawallpaper.com

It is said that this statue is taller than the statue of Christ - the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (38 m, including 8 m pedestal). This statue of Hanuman attracts lots of people from Andhra and other states. The tallest  statue of God Hanuman outside India is at Carapichaima, Trinidad and Tobago, which is 85 ft tall.