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Sanghi Temple Complex

Sanghi Temple Complex is in Sanghi Nagar, which is 25 km from the Hyderabad. It is at the top a hillock called Paramanand Giri. Built in the Chola-Chalukya style of architecture, the temple has a huge Maha Dwaram or gateway at the entrance.

The presiding deity, Lord Venkateshwara, is 9 1/2 feet tall. The shrine of goddess Padmavathy, the consort of Lord Venkateshwara, stands to his right. Adjacent to the shrine of Lord Venkateshwara is the temple of Lord Ram with his consort Sita, his brother Lakshman and his devotee Lord Hanuman, who is seated at the feet of the Lord with folded hands. The temple complex also has the Navagraha deities and shrines of Lord Shiva, Lord Vijayganapathi (Ganesh), Lord Muruga and Goddess Durga. Besides, there is an Ashtalakshmi temple between the Lord Venkateshwara and Padmavathy temples. A garden named Pavitra Vanam is maintained within the complex.

Devotees are allowed from 08:30 to 10.30 hrs and 16:00 to 18:00 hrs. Pujas are held between 18:00 and 20:00 hrs.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Hyderabad
Location: Hyderabad    


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