Birla Mandir


The Birla Mandir is a famous temple in Secunderabad that is devoted to the Lord Venkateswara. It is a visual pleasure and visiting the temple is bound to be an exhilarating experience.

Birla Mandir is definitely one of the most visited religious places in Secunderabad. It is situated atop the hill of Kalapahad. One of the popular excursions from Secunderabad, it is a beautiful temple that attracts both the devotees and the tourists.

Residence of Venkateswara



The deity that resides in the beautiful Birla Mandir of Secunderabad is Lord Venkateswara. The temple has intricate detailing on its entire body that depicts the Hindu mythological scenes. The elaborate carving on the white marble is bound to mesmerize the visitors.

Built entirely of pure Rajasthani white marble, the Birla Mandir in Secunderabad overlooks the Hussain Sagar Lake. Looking at the temple of Lord Venkateswara in Secunderabad is an awe-inspiring experience. The temple also offers a magnificent mind-blowing view of the twin cities of Secunderabad and Hyderabad.

During the night, the Birla Mandir is illuminated with lights giving it a golden look, beating the darkness with its glitter.

Temple timings

The Birla Temple at Secunderabad remains open for its devotees and visitors on all the seven days of the week. The visiting timings are from 7 AM to 12 PM and again from 3 PM to 9 PM.




     


     

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