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The enchanting Sanghi Temple, nestled 35 km from Hyderabad in Sanghi Nagar, is a spiritual haven atop Paramananda Giri hill. Welcoming devotees through the grand Maha Dwaram, the temple boasts a towering Raja Gopuram visible from afar. Constructed in 1991, in the Chola-Chalukya style, it houses important Hindu deities and is a testament to architectural brilliance and religious harmony. 

There are three Gopurams seen at the foot of the hillock which is dedicated to Lord Venkateswara, Goddess Parvathi and Lord Shiva. The temple's façade showcases a harmonious blend of South Indian and Dravidian influences, creating a unique and visually stunning structure.


The pristine white marble exterior of the temple is adorned with intricate carvings and sculptures, depicting mythological stories and divine beings. The temple's elevated location offers panoramic views of the surrounding, providing a scenic backdrop for spiritual reflection. Pilgrims and tourists visit this divine abode seeking blessings and solace in its peaceful surroundings while marvelling at the intricate craftsmanship that adorns every corner of the premises. The temple has become an epitome of belief with lakhs of people visiting especially on Ekadashi and First Day of the New Year. As a symbol of unity in diversity, Sanghi Temple stands as a cherished jewel in Hyderabad's cultural landscape.

Darshan Timings


8am-1pm, 4pm-8pm
Sunday, Festivals & Holidays: 


Events & Festivals

25 March:

1 April: 

17 April:

Holi Celebrations

Ugadi (Telugu New Year)

Ram Navmi Pooja

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