Birla Mandir Temple Hyderabad
Birla Mandir temple is situated towards the southern end of Hussain Sagar Lake in the city Hyderabad, Telangana at the top of Kala Pahad hill which is around 280 feet. The Birla Temple was built by Birlas in Telangana, Hyderabad in the 1976 and the specialty with the temple is – it is constructed with white marbles and are imported from Rajasthan.
Brief History of Birla Mandir Hyderabad Telangana
The construction of Hyderabad Birla Mandir temple has taken a decade to complete and was opened by Swami Ranganathananda of Ramakrishna Mission in the same year. Lord Vishnu is present in the form of Sri Venkateswara in the temple and Birla temple combines the architectural styles of Oriya (Utkal) and South Indian style. The tall tower on the main temple represents architectural style of South India and is called as Rajagopuram (also know as Jagadananda Vimanam).
The temple consists of sculpted images with marbled depicting famous epics of Mahabharata and Ramayana. The Garbha Gudi is an impressive replica of the Venkateshwara temple at Tirumala which is at a height of 42-feet.
The Birla Mandir temple is also dedicated to Buddha along with paintings describing his life and Birla temple has separate shrines for other gods such as Saraswati, Shiva, Brahma, Ganesh, Lakshmi, Saibaba and Hanuman.
At evenings, Birla Mandir temple gives an eye treat for spectacular sightseeing. Without visiting Birla Mandir temple, your trip visiting to Hyderabad is incomplete.
Birla Mandir Hyderabad Timings
Visitors/tourists can go into the temple from 07.00 to 12.00 and again from 15.00 to 21.00 on all weekdays and weekends.
How To Reach/Go To Birla Mandir Hyderabad
Transportation to Birla Mandir temple is well connected by Telangana state government buses and there are lot of local taxis, auto-rickshaws to reach Birla Mandhir temple as it is located in the heart of city.