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Opening timings for birla mandir

All days of the week
7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
3:00 PM - 9:00 PM

birla mandir overview

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Naubath Pahad, Kala Pahad, Near Hussainsagar Lake, Hyderabad, Telangana 500063, India
+91-40-23233259 +91-40-23450165
entry fee
No entry fee
All days of the week
7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
3:00 PM - 9:00 PM
visit duration
Around 1 to 2 hours

how to reach birla mandir

The Birla Mandir is at a distance of 28 km from Hyderabad Airport. Travellers can hire private taxis from the airport to reach the temple. The nearest railway station is the Nampally Railway Station, the temple being at a distance of 12.7 km from it. Travellers can easily take taxis or buses from the station which ply directly to the temple. Road: The nearest bus station to Birla Mandir is Mahatma Gandhi Bus Stop. Buses regularly run on this route.

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about birla mandir

The Birla Mandir in Hyderabad is dedicated to the supreme incarnation of Lord Vishnu in Kaliyug viz., Lord Venkateshwara. This temple’s marvellous beauty leaves you awestruck as does the legend associated with the God. A blend of various types of architectural styles, this temple is made of 200 tonnes of pure white Rajasthani marble. Built on a 280 ft high hill or the Naovadh Pahad and constructed with a skilful blend of South Indian, Utkala and Rajasthani architecture, this temple took 10 years to get completed.

The idol of Lord Venkateshwara is 11 feet tall and a carved out lotus canopy above it adds to its beauty. The idol is sculpted in a typical Oriya style. Apart from the main deity, Shiva, Ganesha, Hanuman and Sai Baba are also worshipped in this temple. It was consecrated by Swami Ranganathanan of Ramakrishna Ashram in 1976. Since he wished the temple to have an atmosphere that is more conducive to meditation, there are no temple bells in Birla Mandir. The temple is best viewed at sunset or at night when the temple is lit up and illuminates with purity and calmness. Since the temple is built on a hilltop, one can also have a panoramic sight of the city from here.

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Birla Mandir traveller reviews

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arun prasath
arun prasath
Aug 17 2016
i am waiting for the day for viewing that place iam going to that place with my very important person (vip) i think it will be joyfull thank to to knowing about this temple with the help of other reviews really i will take more photos and u ...... read more
Ganesh iOS
Ganesh iOS
Peaceful and Great
Aug 12 2016
Peaceful place, nice city view, must vist place