Sitaram Bagh Temple is situated in Mangalhat, Hyderabad. The main deity is Sri SitaRama Chandra Swamy in this temple. The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage has granted Sitaram Bagh Temple as a Heritage monument.
Sitaram Bagh Temple History:
Puranmal Ganeriwala had built Sitaram Bagh Temple was 180 years ie in 1833. This temple was a combination of Rajasthani, Mughal and European design of construction and is built in 25 acres and has 20 feet tall Compound wall. The idols of Lord Rama and Seeta Devi is made of marble and was brought form jaipur, Rajasthan. Rajagopuram is based on two walls, which in turn have a balcony with European features. A few houses in the indo-European style grooved dome was built in memory of his son Premsukh Dasji and Puranmalji built in the latter half of the nineteenth century. Sri Rama Navami is the festival celebrated in a great manner.
Lord Shiva, Goddess Lakshmi Devi, Lord Varadaraja Swamy and Sri Hanuman idols are also installed in this temple.
The temple has won the Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA), Indian NGO for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) award for the year 2001.
How to Reach:
By Bus: There are 2 major bus stations in Hyderabad. One is Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station located in Gowliguda area in Hyderabad and the other one is jubliee bus station in Secunderabad. TSRTC Government-run bus services are accessible locally.
By Train: Hyderabad has 3 major railway stations, they are Secunderabad railway stations, Hyderabad railway station or Nampally railway station and Kacheguda railway station. MMTS local trains run at intervals the two cities.
By Flight: Shamshabad Rajiv Gandhi International is just 32 km.
6.00 am to 11.00 pm and 4.00 pm to 8.00 pm
Sitaram Bagh Temple Distance:
From Secunderabad Railway Station 10.3 km.
From Nampally Railway Station 3.3 km.
From Kachiguda Railway Station 5.6 km.
From Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station 3.5 km
From JBS Bus Stop Secundrabad 10.3 km.
Sitaram Bagh Temple,
Telangana – 500 006,
Phone: 040-24800 101, 040-24800 925.
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