Ashtalaxmi Temple Hyderabad – Religious Tourism in India – Hindu Temple in Andhra Pradesh – Hindu Pilgrimage Destinations

Ashtalaxmi Temple Hyderabad & Chennai are the two most popular pilgrimage destinations in the south India. Ashtalaxmi is Goddess Laxmi [Goddess of Wealth] her eight splendorous forms.
Ashtalaxmi temple Hyderabad was constructed by Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam, one of apex institution associated with Hindu religion in the country. The Ashtalaxmi Temple Hyderabad was made open to public in the month of April in 1996. This is significance of the temples that Idols of Goddess built from sand & cement ere consecrated by Shankaracharya Swami Jayendra Saraswati.
This is very easy to reach Ashtalaxmi Temple from any part of Hyderabad city as temple is situated at distance of 12 KM from Nampally, a suburb of Hyderabad, between Dilsukh Nagar and Lal Bahadur Shastri Nagar, in Vasavi Colony near Kothapet.
Ashtalaxmi temple Hyderabad constructed from the public donations. This took a period of long five year to construct the temple as per the designs of famous architects Padmashri S.M. Ganapati Sthapathi, and M. Mathiyalagan Sthapathi. An amount over Rs 10 million was the construction cost for the magnificent Ashtalakshmi temple in the Hyderabad city.
In the interior of temple you will find idols of Goddess in the form of Adilakshmi, Aishwaryalakshmi, Santanalakshmi, Dhanalakshmi, Dhanyalakshmi, Gajalakshmi, Vijayalakshmi and Varalakshmi , as all the eight forms of Goddess known to be blessing devotees with power, wealth and health, hence temple is Known as Ashtalaxmi Temple.
Ashtalaxmi temple Hyderabad is constructed on the base of varied Islamic architectural lines with essence of famous south Indian temple architectural excellence. You will also find temples Lord Narayana, Lord Ganapathi and Lord Garuda.
Varalaxmi Puja and Diwali are the two special occasions of prayer at Ashtalaxmi temple Hyderabad, which remains open from 6 AM to 1PM and 5 PM to 9 PM.


Vital Tourist Information : Ashtalaxmi Temple Hyderabad

Religion : Hindu


God / Deity : Giddess Laxmi


Timing : from 6 AM to 1PM and 5 PM to 9 PM.


Festivals / Celebrations :
Varalaxmi Puja and Diwali are the two special occasions of prayer at Ashtalaxmi temple Hyderabad.


Construction Era : 1996


Constructed by : Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam


Architecture :
Ashtalaxmi temple Hyderabad is constructed on the base of varied Islamic architectural lines with essence of famous south Indian temple architectural excellence.


City : Hyderabad


State : Andhra Pradesh [India]


Region : South India


Interesting Information :
There are only two temples of Goddess Ashtalaxmi, one at Hyderabad and Other at Chennai.


Travel Tips :
While being in the Hyderabad do remain to enjoy world famous Hyderabadi Biryani.
Some of other prime tourist attractions are :
Tourist Spots : Char Minar - Falakuma Palace - Hussain Sagar Lake - Ramoji Film city - Rang Mahal - Salarjung Museum
Religious Places : Birla Mandir - Jami Masjid - Mecca Masjid - Toli Masjid
Excursions : Manjira Wildlife & Bird Sanctuary - Perupalem Beach


How To Reach : Ashtalaxmi Temple Hyderabad


Local Transportation :
This is very easy to reach Ashtalaxmi Temple from any part of Hyderabad city as temple is situated at distance of 12 KM from Nampally, a suburb of Hyderabad, between Dilsukh Nagar and Lal Bahadur Shastri Nagar, in Vasavi Colony near Kothapet.


Train Journey / Nearest Railway Station :
Hyderabad is among the top cities well connected by train journey routes with other travel destinations of the country. Twin city Secunderabad being the regional headquarter is the originating point for several trains.


Road Travel / Bus Route :
Hyderabad is located at the intersecting place of NH 7 and NH 9 so city is easily accessible by road.


Air Travel / Nearest Airport :
Hyderabad has airport of own for the regular domestic and few international flights.