The Sanghi temple is a beautiful structure where the commanding deity is Lord Venketeshwara. This temple is located at Sanghi Nagar which is 23 kilometers from Hyderabad city. The temple is on a hammock and the hill is known as Paramanand Giri. The beauty of the slope around the temple is a popular view among its visitors. As you approach the Paramanand Giri, the gateway, or Maha Dwaram, welcomes the visitors. As you further proceed, the stone elephant is seen at the stairway. There are three Gopurams seen at the foot of the hillock which are so tall and seem as if touching the heavens. On the top of the temple complex, one can see the shrine of Lord Anjaneya, the son of Anjana devi and Wind God, who is believed to shower his blessings to his devotees. The statute of Lord Venkateshwara is nine and half feet tall and looks superb. This temple is built in the style of Chola-Chalukya architecture and houses important Hindu Gods. The site of the temple is elegant with the three Gopurams standing tall towards the sky. Other Temples inside the complex You can explore other small temples inside the complex dedicated to Padmavati, Shiva, Rama, Anjaneya, Ganesha, Navagrahas, Goddess Ashtalakshimi, Durga and Kartikeya. There is also a Pavitra Vanam or a holy garden in the temple complex where special leaves and flowers are grown for performing poojas. The complex also consist a Kalyana Mandapam where marriages and other auspicious ceremonies are performed.