Sanghi Temple in Hyderabad - Temple History, Attractions and Photos

Sanghi Temple complex near Ramoji Film City is located in Sanghi Nagar at a distance of roughly 35 km from Hyderabad, Telangana State.

Sanghi Temple Info:

Primary Deity Lord Venkateswara
Location Sanghi
Date Built 1991
Phone 040-24576443
State Telangana
Pincode 501511

Sanghi Temple in Hyderabad
It is one of the best wonderful and peaceful temple in Hyderabad city outskirts to relax and escape from the busy city noise and polluted environment.

The Sanghi temple is best known for night view and can be covered in one day along with Ramoji Film City.

Sanghi temple is the first choice and a superb place for movie shooting. The beautiful temple entrance and it's surrounding beautiful atmosphere is shown in many popular movies.

Sanghi Temple Near Ramoji Film City
A small entrance fee for the vehicles at the entrance of the temple near gateway or Maha Dwaram. Lord Hanuman Temple welcomes the visitors at the entrance of the temple ghat road.

There are two options available to reach the temple atop. One option is to travel by your vehicle round the temple ghat road and the second option is to climb the steps at the entrance.

A small footwear counter is present at the entrance.

A lot of monkeys wander freely in the temple complex, so visitors need to be caution while moving in the temple complex with Coconuts and Bananas in their hands.

Visitors can enjoy watching the surrounding scenery of the temple, Sanghi mills and a small road leading to the world-famous Ramoji Film City.

The Sanghi temple is worth a visit especially after sunset or in a clear dark night.

Sanghi Temple Attractions:

The Sanghi temple was built in the year 1991. The temple architecture resembles Chola Chalukya style of architecture.

The Temple was setup by the Sanghi Group based in Hyderabad. The primary deity of Sanghi Temple is 9.6 feet tall Lord Venkateswara Swamy.

Sanghi Temple Hyderabad Pictures
The temple complex is in South Indian style perched atop of Paramanand Giri Hill. Visitors can see the sacred 15 feet tall Raja Gopuram from several kilometers away.

Other Temples in Sanghi Complex:

Lord Hanuman Temple:

Standing at the entrance of Sanghi hill is Lord Hanuman Temple. Lord Hanuman is known by different names like Anjaneya, Bajrangbali and Maruti. Lord Hanuman is an ardent devotee of Lord Rama.

He is considered an incarnation of Lord Shiva. He is the son of Kesari and Anjana and is immortal (Chiranjeevi).

Devotees worship Lord Hanuman to avert evil influences, attain knowledge, physical and mental strength.

Lord Venkateswara Temple:

Lord Balaji or Venkateswara Swamy is the presiding deity of Sanghi temple located in the middle of the complex.

The idol of Lord Venkateswara is an exact replica of the one present in the famous Tirumala Balaji Temple. He is considered an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

Devotees worship Lord Venkateswara for happiness, wealth and confidence in life.

Goddess Padmavathi Temple:

Goddess Padmavathi, also called as Alamelu Manga and Padmavathy is an incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi and consort of Lord Vishnu. She is called Padmavathy as She has risen from Lotus flower.

Devotees worship Goddess Padmavathi for prosperity, wealth and good fortune.

Lord Shiva Temple:

Lord Shiva, also called as Shankara, Mahadeva and Shambhu is known for creation and destruction.

Devotees worship Lord Shiva for yoga, spiritual liberation and protection from disease and death.

Lord Rama Temple:

Lord Rama is considered the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Lord Rama is born to Kaushalya and Dasharatha. Goddess Sita is his consort. He is known for justice, spiritual wisdom and morality.

Lord Hanuman is his ardent devotee. Lord Rama is called Maryada Purushottama as he has all the characteristics of an ideal person.

Devotees worship Lord Rama for job, education, health and marriage problems.

Lord Vijayganapathi Temple:

Lord Ganapati also known as Vinayaka, Vighneshvara and Ganesha. He is the God of Success and Obstacle remover. Lord Vinayaka is born to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.

Devotees worship Lord Ganapati for knowledge and for removal of obstacles.

Lord Kartikeya Temple:

Lord Kartikeya also known as Subhramanya, Sanmukha and Murugan. He is Commander of the Gods and is known as God of War and Victory.

He is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. His brother is Lord Ganesha and Peacock is his Vahana. Lord Kartikeya is also worshipped as the Lord of the serpents.

Devotees worship Lord Kartikeya for Marriage, Job, and Sarpa Dosha.

Goddess Durga Temple:

Goddess Durga or Shakti is the Divine Mother of the Universe. Goddess Durga is also called as Renuga, Kanaka Durga or Renu. She is the consort of Lord Shiva. She is normally depicted riding a Lion.

Pictures of Sanghi Temple Hyderabad
Devotees worship Goddess Durga happiness, protection and prosperity in your life.

Ashtalakshmi Temple:

Ashtalakshmi or Ashta Lakshmi are a group of eight Lakshmis. Devotees worship Ashtalakshmi for wealth, knowledge, strength, health and power. The Ashtalakshmi are all depicted seated on a lotus flower.

Shri Ashta Lakshmi Stotram mentions the Ashtalakshmi as:
  1. Adi Lakshmi or Maha Lakshmi
  2. Dhana Lakshmi
  3. Dhanya Lakshmi
  4. Gaja Lakshmi
  5. Santana Lakshmi
  6. Dhairya Lakshmi or Veera Lakshmi
  7. Jaya Lakshmi or Vijaya Lakshmi
  8. Vidya Lakshmi
Visiting all these temples at Sanghi Temple complex makes you feel refreshed and renewed.

Sanghi Temple Attraction photos

Sanghi Temple Timings:

The temple is opened at 5:00 A.M. to perform the Suprabhata Seva. Visitors are allowed for general darshan from 8:30 AM. Archana is performed for all the deities between 6:00 AM to 8:00 AM.

The temple remains closed between 12:00 PM to 04:00 PM and after 8:00 PM.

Sanghi temple in Hyderabad

Monday to Saturday:
Morning: 8:00 AM to 01:00 AM
Evening: 4:00 PM to 08:00 PM

Sundays, Holidays and Festivals:
Morning 8:00 AM to Evening 08:00 PM

Festivals Celebrated:

All Hindu festivals like Maha Shivaratri, Vijayadashami (Dussehra), Sri Rama Navami, Hanumath Jayanti and celebrated with great devotion at Sanghi Temple.

The temple is full of devotees during weekends and on festival days.

How to reach Sanghi Temple:

Reach Hayathnagar and from there one can easily reach Sanghi Nagar (16 km approx.) and then to Sanghi Temple.

The temple is present on Hyderabad-Vijayawada Highway (NH-65) and is easily accessible by road.

sanghi temple photos

Distance to Sanghi temple from various places in the Hyderabad city includes:
  1. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (38 km)
  2. Ramoji Film City (6 km)
  3. Secunderabad (37 km)
  4. Nampally (34 km)

Food and Accommodation at Sanghi Temple:

There are many small eateries present in the Sanghi temple premises. Hyderabad city is the best option for accommodation with many hotels and restaurants.

Website for Reference:

Readers can find more information on Sanghi temple at the website:
  1. www.sanghitemple.in
  2. www.telanganatourism.gov.in/partials/destinations/divine-destinations/rangareddy/sanghi-temple.html

Tourist Attractions in Hyderabad:

After visiting Sanghi Temple, tourists can visit other popular places in Hyderabad like-
  1. Keesaragutta Temple
  2. Charminar
  3. Chilkur Balaji Temple
  4. Shilparamam
  5. Nehru Zoological Park
  6. Golconda/Golkonda Fort
  7. Birla Mandir, Hyderabad
  8. Karmanghat Hanuman Temple
  9. NTR Gardens and Lumbini Park
  10. Ramoji Film City
  11. Tadbund Hanuman Temple

Sanghi Temple Route Map:

Author Note:

I have visited this temple on one fine Sunday evening at around 7:30 PM and the environment is very calm and beautiful there.

I have shared my Sanghi travel experience with nice photos in this post. I have collected more details about this temple from various sources and mentioned them in this post.

It helps the readers to get more information at one place instead of checking multiple websites for the temple information.

Please correct me if I have mentioned something wrong and don't forget to share your travel experience in the comments section.


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