About the temple

This temple was built by Birla Foundation in Hyderabad in the year 1976 and was consecrated by Swami Ranganathananda of Ramakrishna Mission.

The Birla Foundation has built many similar temples across India, Birla Mandir is built on a 280 feet high hillock named Naubath Pahad situated on around 13- acres of land.

The temple bestows a scintillating white structure constructed with nearly 2000 tons of white marble stone imported from Rajasthan.

The temple construction took almost a decade time to complete, and the entire Hyderabad city is visible from the top of this temple.

The temple architecture is a mixture of Dravidian, Rajasthani, and Utkala styles, it houses an 11 ft granite idol of Lord Venkateshwara with a carved lotus that takes the form of an umbrella top.

A unique specialty of the temple is that there are no bells and chimes as the temple surroundings are custom-made for meditation purposes during its construction.

This Mandir also has a flagstaff of height 42 feet made of brass. 

After dark, there will be lightings in the temple that create an attractive sight to behold, and entry to the temple is free without any fee.

Deities in the temple

Lord Venkateshwara is the main deity of the temple.

The Mandir also houses many murtis devoted to various Hindu Gods and Goddesses namely Lord Shiva, Shakti, Ganesha, Hanuman, Saraswathi, Maa Lakshmi, and Sri Saibaba.

In the temple are many finely sculpted pictures of marble, that represent the great Hindu epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata.

Mandir Timings



Monday to Sunday 7 am to 12 Noon & 3 pm to 9 pm


Facilities in Birla Mandir

For the convenience of the devotees this mandir offers various facilities

  • Lift Facility
  • Free locker availability at the entrance to keep your belongings safe
  • Shopping centers for idols, books related to mythology, and bhajans.

Temple Rules

  • Photography and Videography are strictly prohibited in the temple
  • Cameras, Mobiles phones, and bags are not allowed inside the temple

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