Lord Sri Krishna

Temple History

Shri Jagannath Temple is located at the heart of the city in Road No.12, Banjara Hills is the Hyderabad’s replica of the original Puri Jagannath Temple, which is located in Orissa. This temple has been built in same style of Puri temple. Dedicated to the Lord Krishna who is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the main temple houses statues of Lord Jagannath with his brothers - Balabhadra (Balarama) and Subhadra. The Puri Jagannath Temple in Hyderabad was built by the Odia community in 2009. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu God, Jagannath (Which means Lord of the Universe). The idea of the temple at the present location was mooted in 1992 but, It was only 2004, a series of unexpected development resulted in commencement of construction of the magnificent temple and looked as if Artisans & Sculptors landed up on their own to complete the mission as ordained by God. More than 100 devoted workers toiled for about five years and the construction of the main temple and temples for Lord Ganesh, Anjaneya Swamy, Maa Vimla, Maa Laxmi, Lord Shiva and Nabagrah was completed in March 2009 with murals of mythological themes on the compound walls.

Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra adorn the sanctum sanctorum of the main temple the mukhya devalayam. The upa devalayam of Lord Ganesh, Maa Vimla, Maa Laxmi, Sri Anjaneya Swamy, Lord Shiva (Kasi Viswanath) and Navagraha greatly enhance the spiritual tempers of the devotees.

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Additional Information

Best Budget, Middle level and Star hotels are available in Hyderabad city for the accommodation.

Banjara Hills is well connected to all parts of the Hyderabad city. City Buses, Autos and Cabs are available from the bus stand and railway stations.

Hyderabad Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station(MGBS) is just 10.5 km and Secunderabad (JBS) is 11.3 km from this temple.

This temple is very near to Nampally Railway Station which is 8.3 kms. Secunderabad Railway Station is 11.9 km and Kachiguda Railway Station is 11 km from the temple. Khairathabad and Lakdikapul MMTS Railway stations are 6.2 kms from the temple to visit by a local train.

Hyderabad International Airport, Shamshabad is the nearest airport to this temple which is just 34.3 kms only.
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  • Contact Person: Temple Office
  • Contact Number: +91 40 2330 3889, +91 99482 89990