Category: Temples

Sanghi Temple

Interesting facts about Sanghi Temple • The temple was named after Sanghi family who constructed the temple. • The main architect of the temple was Shri Ganapathy Sthapathy who was Padmashree award winner in temple archietecture. About Sanghi Temple Sanghi Temple is situated in Sanghi Nagar, 35 km from Hyderabad in India. It is situated on a hill named as Paramananda Giri, where one see a huge Maha Dwaram or a walkway welcomes visitors. The Raja Gopuram can be seen several kilometers away, very large in size. A little further on, a long staircase leads to the entrance to...

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ISKON temple Hyderabad

Interesting facts ISKON temple Hyderabad • ISKCON For the first time in Hyderabad is presenting its 600-acre community-based agriculture project in southern India, 40 kilometers from Hyderabad, to benefit some 20,000 villages. • A cassette library is a significant feature ISKON temple Hyderabad. About ISKON temple Hyderabad ISKON is known to be among the most beautiful, active, spiritual and religious in the country. Such a temple is in the Nampally region of Hyderabad city. The main deity in the temple is Lord Krishna. One can also see the idols of Sri Radha Madana-Mohana, Sri Gaura-Nitai and Sri Jagannatha Baladeva-Subhadra....

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Balaji Temple Chilkur

Interesting facts about Balaji Temple Chilkur • Pilgrims around 75,000 to 1,000,000 will come to this temple in a week. • The temple is one of the oldest in Telengana, having been built during the times of Akkanna and Madanna. • The unique feature of goddess idol is that the lotus flowers are held in three hands and the fourth hand is in such a position towards the lotus feet which means the doctrine of Saranagathi. About Balaji Temple Chilkur The Balaji temple is located in Chilkur in the district of Hyderabad. It is 33 km from Mehedipatnam. Pilgrims...

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Birla Mandir Hyderabad

Interesting facts of Birla Mandir Hyderabad • Birla Mandir Hyderabad was built by industrialists Birlas and are therefore known as Birla Mandir. • An enormous amount of white marble, nearly 2,000 tons, was brought from Rajasthan for the construction of this temple. • It took ten years of dedicated and hard work of sculptors and craftsmen to complete the construction of this temple. • Birla Mandir in Hyderabad has no bells. • The idol of Lord Venkateshwara is about eleven feet tall with a lotus roof carved above, adding to the fascinating beauty of the deity. About Birla Mandir...

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Kanipakam Temple

Interesting facts about Kanipakam Temple • “Kani” refers to wetlands and “Pakam” means the flow of water to wetlands. • Strange feature of the idol is that it is getting bigger and bigger. At present, one can see the idol’s knees and abdomen. Kanipakam Temple Timings: The kanipakam Temple will be opened from 4:00 AM till 9:30 PM. Kanipakam Temple Entry Fee: There is no entry fee for the temple, but you can pay Rs. 10 for special darshan. To know more read Darshans & Poojas Kanipakam Temple History Kanipakam is a small village on the bank of the...

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