Sanghi Temple


Sanghi Temple in Hyderabad is situated in Sanghi Nagar at a distance of 25 kilometers from the city center. Away from a long distance, you can see the 15 feet tall Raja Gopuram. The temple lies on the top of Paramanand Giri. The serenity and peace in and around the temple complex is a source of eternal bliss.

There is a grand gateway often called the Maha Dwaram which will welcome you while approaching the way leading to the Paramanand Giri. The banisters of the stairway of the Sanghi Temple are curved into stone elephant heads.

On the way to the Sanghi Temple at the hill top, take a pause at the shrine of Lord Anjaneya. The red-faced image is believed to be the embodiment of death to the demons.

The wonderful Sanghi Temple complex follows the Chola-Chalukya style of architecture. Lord Venkateswara, is the principal deity of the complex. His idol is 9 and a half feet tall and is same as the one at Tirumala. Alankaram and abhishekam are done every day to the Lord at the Balaji temple. To the right is the abode of Goddess Padmavathi.

In the Sanghi Temple complex you will find temples with the images of:

  • Lord Shiva
  • Shakti Swaroopini" Kamalambika
  • Lord Rama, Sita, Lakshmana and Hanuman
  • Lord Vijayganapathi
  • The Navagraha deities
  • Kartikeya
  • Lord Ganesh
  • Goddess Durga
  • Ashtalakshmi
  • Aadilakshmi
Sanghi Temple of Hyderabad houses the Pavitra Vanam or "Holy Garden". The temple complex has a Kalyan Mandapam wherein the marriages and other auspicious ceremonies are carried out. Prayers are performed here every day.

Last Updated on 16 July 2013