Hyderabad, a city previously ruler by Nizams, has a lot of cultural prominences, thanks to its diversity. We find famous temples spread all across the city and there are few such temples you should visit in this beautiful city.
Located in Secunderabad, this temple is over 190 years old and is densely crowded on Saturdays and Sundays. This temple is undoubtedly one of the most ancient religious enclosures in the city.
Peddamma Gudi, Jubilee Hills
Peddamma Thalli Gudi is located in the plush locality of Jubilee Hills. This temple is a go-to destination during the Navaratri season as it boasts of a rich and vibrant culture.
Chilkur Balaji Temple – Chilkur
This temple is very famous amongst visa aspirants as people believe visiting this place can facilitate them while traveling abroad. It is located on the outskirts of Hyderabad.
Akkanna Madanna Temple, Old City
Akkanna Madanna temple is located in the old city. , and it is named after them.
Lakshmi Narasimha Swami Temple – Yadagiri Gutta
This temple is located at Yadagiri Gutta which is approximately 35 kms far from Hyderabad. This rock-type enclosure comes under Nalgonda district.
Balkampet Yellamma Temple – Balkampet
Balkampet Yallamma temple dates back to the 15th century when it’s construction was started. It is believed that Yallamma completed the construction of this temple in 1919.
Jagadamba Temple – Golconda
Jagadamba temple is located at the Golconda fort, which was resided by the Nizams. It is believed that this temple is over 900 years old.
Keesaragutta Temple, Keesaragutta, Hyderabad
Keesaragutta temple is located in Keesaragutta. This temple was constructed during the timeline of Ramayana. It is named after Lord Hanuman Keesaranandan.
Karmanghat Hanuman temple, Karmanghat, Hyderabad
Karmanghat temple is located at Karmanghat. Lord Hanuman is worshipped here. This temple is considered to be one of the oldest constructions in the city.
Sri Ranganatha Temple, Jiyaguda, Hyderabad
Sri Ranganatha Swamy temple is located at Jiyaguda. This temple was constructed 400 years ago. Vaikunta Ekadasi is celebrated on a massive scale here.
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Contributed By Sathvik Reddy