Sanghi Temple in Hyderabad

Sanghi Temple Overview

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Built in 1991, the Sanghi Temple is located around 25 kilometres away from Hyderabad in Sanghi Nagar. Perched atop Paramanand Giri, a small hillock, this shrine features a 9.6 feet tall idol of Lord Venkateshwara - the presiding deity. Flaunting the Chola-Chalukya style of architecture, this temple complex has a huge gateway called Maha Dwaram and three towering gopurams.

The path leading to the temple has a series of steps with stone banisters shaped like elephant heads. Before starting the climb, most devotees visit the shrine of Lord Anjaneya - son of the Wind God. Lord Anjaneya is believed to guide his devotees to the place where all other Gods dwell.

Within the complex, there is a marriage venue and many small temples that are dedicated to other Gods and Goddesses, namely Shiva, Padmavati, Anjaneya, Rama, Ganesha, Durga, Ashtalakshimi, Kartikeya and Navagrahas. The beauty of the temple complex is enhanced by Pavitra Vanam - the holy garden, the leaves and flowers of which are used in pooja.

  • Opening Closing Time General Darshan: 8:30 am to 10:30 am; 4 pm to 6 pm
    Weekly Abhishekam: 8 am to 9 am
    Sri Ramalingeshwara (Monday) Sri Hanuman (Tuesday), Sri Venkateshwara, Ashtalakshmi, Parvathi, Padmavathi and Rama (Friday)

  • Movie Connect

    The temple and its surroundings are beautifully captured in the song Mujhse Shaadi Karogi from the film Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge which starred famous Bollywood actors Salman Khan and Karishma Kapoor.

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Sanghi Nagar, Dabeerpura, Hyderabad, 500023, Andhra Pradesh