Temples in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is famous for the exemplary architectural wonders situated in the city, Charminar being the most prominent. It is also known as a holy city and has numerous temples that are believed to be hundreds of years old, and thus attract pilgrims from all over the world.

Ashtalakshmi Temple

Ashtalakshmi Temple  in HyderabadIt is one of the most revered temples in Hyderabad belonging to Hindu Goddesses Ashtalakshmi, incarnations of Goddess Lakshmi (Goddess of Wealth and Fame as per Hindu mythology). It is a trademark symbol of southern style architecture built in 1996. It is one of the very few temples having all the eight forms of Goddess Lakshmi, namely, Adilakshmi, Aishwaryalakshmi, Santanalakshmi, Dhanalakshmi, Dhanyalakshmi, Gajalakshmi, Vijayalakshmi and Varalakshmi. The annual event Brahmotsavam, is quite popular where the cultures and values of the region are depicted with great vigor.

Vasavi Colony, Dilsukhnagar, Near HDFC Bank
 Hyderabad – 500036, Andhra Pradesh
Contact:- +91 – 40 – 2403 0888

Karmanghat Hanuman Temple

Karmanghat Hanuman TempleBuilt in the regime of Kakatiya dynasty, Karmanghat Hanuman Temple is about 860 years old. There is a very fascinating story behind the name of the temple. Mughal emperor Aurangzeb tried to put down the temple but it is said that due to some divine power neither the army nor the emperor himself could enter the premises. A roaring voice challenged him saying that “if you want to enter the temple then make your heart stronger” and thus the name kar – man – ghat. Devotees take dip in the holy pond spread over one acre inside the temple which itself covers an area of three acres and pay respect to Lord Dhyana Anjaneya Swamy. It is a common belief that worshipping Dhyana Anjaney Swamy would cure all ailments and also bless the ladies with healthy babies.

Karmanghat, Near Sagar Ring Road
Hyderabad – 500036, Andhra Pradesh

Shri Ranganatha Swami Temple

Shri Ranganatha Swamy Temple
Located in Jiyaguda, Hyderabad, Shri Ranganatha Swamy Temple is situated on the bank of Musi River and is one of the most worshipped deity in South India. A resting form of Lord Vishnu, Shri Ranganatha resides here along with his consort Goddess Lakshmi, locally known as Ranganayaki.

The temple is believed to be 375 years old and grand celebrations occur at Shri Ranganatha Swamy Temple during Vaikunta Ekadasi as per the vaishnav traditions. Prayers are offered at 7 AM and 12 midnight and is open for all the devotees free of any cost.

Jiyaguda, Near High Court and Old Bridge
Hyderabad – 500036, Andhra Pradesh

Shyam Temple in Hyderabad

Shyam Temple HyderabadDedicated to Lord Shyam, also known as Barbarika, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu in Kalyuga, this temple is an incomparable example of architecture and attracts lots of devotees every day. 11th & 12th of each month is of special significance for the devotees as per the Hindu calendar because Barbarika is believed to be born on 11th and donated his head on 12th.  Temple remains open throughout day and night on these two days as praying to the lord on these two days is considered very fruitful.


Location: Opposite Kachiguda Railway Station
Hyderabad – 500027, Andhra Pradesh

Chilkur Balaji Temple

Chilkur Balaji TempleFamous as Visa Balaji, Chilkur Balaji Temple is one of the most sacred ancient temple of Lord Balaji lying along the banks of Osman Sagar Lake in Hyderabad. Huge number of devotees visit the temple to pray to the deity for visas to the western and other countries, hence the name Visa Balaji.

It is also the one of its kind temple in India which don’t accepts any money or other offerings from the devotees and doesn’t provide any special treatment for the VVIPs. Click here for more information on Chilkur Balaji Temple

Chilkur Balaji Temple Road, Chilkur
Hyderabad – 501504, Andhra Pradesh

Birla Mandir in Hyderabad

Birla Mandir HyderabadA number of temples have been constructed by the Birla Foundation in various parts of India and interestingly, every one of them is known as Birla Mandir.

Situated in Hyderabad, on top of a hill, Birla Mandir is made from pure Rajasthani white marble and is dedicated to Lord Venkateswara and has a statue as tall as 11 foot of the Lord. Other deities include Shiva, Hanuman, Ganesha, Lakshmi, Brahma, Saraswati and Sai Baba.

Near RBI Bus Stop
Adarshnagar, Hyderabad – 500063, Andhra Pradesh
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Akkanna Madanna Temple

Another Hindu temple situated in Hyderabad, Akkana Madanna is mainly known for ghatam procession during the time of Bonalu Festival celebrated in Hyderabad and Secunderabad. It was built by two brothers, Madanna and Akkanna in the regime of Tana Shah of Goloconda.

Hari Bowli, Shah – Ali – Banda
Hyderabad – 500065, Andhra Pradesh

ISKCON Temple in Hyderabad

Located at Nampally, Hyderabad, ISKCON Temple is the brainchild of ISKCON Organization which has built several such temple all over the country. Worshipped deity of the temple is Lord Krishna. Numerous devotees visit the temple from all over the world on the occasion of Janmashtami, Birthday of Lord Krishna. The temple has excellent security and promotes and exercises various religious activities every week.

Nampally Station Road, Abids
Opposite G. Pullareddy Sweets
Hyderabad – 500001, Andhra Pradesh

List of Other Temples in Hyderabad

Kesari Hanuman Temple
Jiyaguda, Near KHT bus stop
Hyderabad – 500006, Andhra Pradesh

Peddamma Temple
Road No. 55, Jubilee Hills
Hyderabad – 500033, Andhra Pradesh

Parsi Fire Temple
M. G. Road, Abids
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

Sri Subrahmanya Swamy Devalayam
Padma Rao Nagar, Near Secunderabad Railway Station
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

Sanghi Temple
Dabeerpura, Near Ramoji Film City
Hyderabad - 500023, Andhra Pradesh

Katta Maisamma Temple
Begumpet, Near Hyderabad Public School
Hyderabad – 500016, Andhra Pradesh

Balkampet Yellamma Temple
Balkampet
Hyderabad – 500018, Andhra Pradesh

Lakshmi Ganpathi Temple
Ameerpet, Opposite Big Bazaar Lane
Hyderabad – 500016, Andhra Pradesh

Keesaragutta Temple
Keesara Village, Rangareddy District
Hyderabad - 501101, Andhra Pradesh

Sri Ramkrishna Math
Domalaguda, Lower Tank Bund Road
Hyderabad - 500029, Andhra Pradesh

Satya Sai Temple
Sivam Road, Near Osmania University
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

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    Hanshika from Hyderabad 1439 Days ago

    can you tell me about the timings of ISKCON temple in hyderabad city?

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    hyderabadonline.in Expertfrom 1164 Days ago

    Hi! It remains open from 7AM to 9PM everyday.

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    Rashami Washne from Aligarh 1451 Days ago

    I am coming Hyderabad next month and will take photograph of all those temples and will publish in my blog

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