List Of The Visiting Places Around Sanghi Temple

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The places that the visitors can pay a visit followed by a darshan in Sanghi temple given below. An epic history of Sanghi temple

List Of The Visiting Places Around Sanghi Temple

Peddamma Temple

The distance that needs to cover from Sanghi temple to reach Peddamma temple 38.2km, it requires 1 hour 23 via Hyderabad and Nagarjuna Sagar road as the shortest distance, the longest distance takes 1 hour 39 minutes via Srinagar-Kanyakumari highway and NH65.

Peddamma temple is one of the temples dedicated to goddess Durga. The word Peddamma means “Supreme Mother”. Even though there is no specific or trusted story for the existence of the temple, there are many devotees who belives in goddess Peddamma. There is a massive crowd of people on the days of Fridays who offers prayers.

Shri Jagannath Temple:

There are three possible ways to reach, and the shortest path to go is 1 hour 18 minutes that covers 68.7km via Nehru outer ring road. The least short distance 37.9km via NH65 that takes a journey of 1 hour 31 minutes. The list of possible ways to reach Sanghi temple

The main shrine in the Jagannath temple is lord Jagannath, this one of the incarnations of Lord Vishnu. It considered as the holy place and also called as a replica of puri Jagannath temple Odisha. Devotees who can’t visit Odisha will pay a visit to this temple. The temple has a famous architecture which has a Shikhara of 70 feet in height.

ISKCON-Sri Sri Radha Madanmoham mandir:

The ISKCON mandir is one of the sacred temples in Hyderabad, and most of the visitors do pay a visit here as it lies within a distance of which takes 1 hour 8 minutes to reach from Sanghi temple.

The Word ISCKON stands for the international society for Krishna consciousness dedicated to Lord Krishna, which follows the Vaishnav culture. The famous festivals that celebrated are Sri Krishna Janmashtami, Gour Pournami, Ram Navami and Balaram Jayanti.

Birla Mandir:

The visitors can reach Birla Mandir in three ways the best way to opt is via NH65 that is 1 hour 19 minutes away. The distance that needs to cover is 33.6km. The second possible way is to travel via Hyderabad-Nagarjuna Sagar road in which the traveller to cover 36.9km and time required for travelling is 1 hour 27 minutes, the absolute path is to travel via NH65 which takes 1 hour 26 minutes to travel.

KBR National Park:

For reaching the KBR park from Sanghi temple, it takes 1 hour 19 minutes and the distance that needs to cover 68.9km via Nehru outer ring road. A list of famous festivals and pooja timings of Sanghi temple(internal link)

Kasu Brahmananda Reddy national park(KBR park) is a national park that occupies an area of 400 acres. This park declared as a national park by Andhra Pradesh state government in 1998.

Golconda Fort:

Golconda fort is one of the famous historical places in Hyderabad don’t forget to pay a visit to this place when you visit Sanghi temple as it’s in the nearest distance of 59.6km via Nehru outer ring road that takes 1 hour 7 minutes

Golconda Fort is the capital of Qutub Shahi dynasty. The Golconda fort constructed by Kakatiyas. According to archaeology, Golconda fort considered as the Archaeological treasure. Golconda has four different forts within a distance of 10km with 87 semicircular bastions. There is uniqueness everywhere in the fort, the gates, entrances and stables.

Chowmahalla Palace:

Chowmahalla Palace is in a distance of 32.8km via NH65 and the required to reach the palace from Sanghi temple is 1 hour 8 minutes.

Chowmahalla palace also called as Mahallat, which is a royal palace constructed in 18880. There are two courtyards as the Southern courtyard and the northern courtyard. The Southern place has four palaces as Afzal Mahal, Mahtab Mahal, Tahniyat Mahal and Aftab Mahal. The north courtyard has a central fountain and pool; it also consists of bara imam opposite to it there is a mirror image that represents the same form of bara imam.

Ananthagiri Temple

The time required reaching Ananthagiri Temple from Sanghi temple is 2 hours 20 minutes, and the distance that needs to cover is 115.2km via Nehru outer ring road. There are two more possible ways to reach as via Shadnagar-Chevelle road that takes 2 hours 54 minutes, need to cover 131km and the final possibility to reach is via Nehru Outer ring and Thangadpally by covering 142.6km that requires 2 hours 53 minutes for the journey.

Ananthagiri temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and this constructed in an epical way that represents south Indian style. The temple represents the significance of various gods and goddess.

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