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Lord Shiva

Temple History

The ancient Kashibugga temple is located at bank of river Musi (kishan Bagh) Hyderabad. This temple was built with rock by Sri Raja Raghav Ramji in the year 1822. Sri Rajkumar Bharat Lalji is the hereditary trustee from the founder family. The main deity of this temple is Lord Shiva. The Shiva lingam is located in the underground.

The specialty of this temple is that water flows continuously from Shivalingh. Devotees believe that the water flows from the shivalinga always is treated as pavithra jalam which cures the diseases. The water flows continuously through out the year. Devotees said that snakes perform abhisheka pooja in the morning at 3:00 am daily. Some times snakes will appear on shivalinga early in the morning.

Special poojas are offered on Mondays. Annadanam is available on that day. Lord Hanuman, Lord Dattathreya and Lord Narada Muni idols are also installed here. The temple atmosphere was peaceful.

Maha Shivarathri is grandly celebrated here every here. Devotees from surrounding places participates on this occasion.

 

Additional Information

Best Budeget, Middle level and Star hotels are available in Hyderabad city for the food and
accommodation. Quickly accessible from all parts of the Hyderabad city by bus to reach the temple.

This temple is near Nehroo Zoo Park Hyderabad. Hyderabad Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station(MGBS)
bus stations is the nearest bus station which is 6 kms from the temple.

This temple is near to Nampally railway station which is just 6.9 kms. Secunderabad Railway Station is 13.9 kms and Kachiguda Railway Station is 9.3 kms from this temple. Dabirpura MMTS rail is available from Secunderabad and is 6 km from the temple. City Buses, Autos and Cabs are available from the bus stand and railway stations to reach the temple.

Hyderabad International Airport, Shamshabad is the nearest airport, just 20.6 km from here.
  • 06:00 am to 11:00 am and 05:00 pm to 07:00 pm, On Mondays: 05:30am to 01:30pm and 05:00pm to 7:00pm
  • Contact Person: Temple Office
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