The entrance of the temple is adorned with carvings of the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara, guarded by the serpent gods. The ‘Gopuras’ of the temple are a blend of North & South Indian architecture, while the entire construction is done in accordance with Vaastushastra and Agamashastra.

In the sanctum sanctorum, a 16-foot Panchamukha Hanuman idol is exquisitely chiseled out of black stone, specially brought from Kanchi. Within the complex, devotees can also get a darshan of the Mahashivalinga of Panchamukha Parameswara, similar to that of the Pasupatinath temple in Nepal, and perform abhishekam. Blessings of Lord Venkateswara and Goddess Lakshmi, can also be sought here.


6:30 AM – 1 PM & 3 PM – 8 PM (Mon – Fri)

6:30 AM – 8 PM (Sat, Sun & Special holidays)


  • Suprabhataseva
  • Manyusuktham Sahashodhopachara Puja
  • Panchamutranijabishekam
  • Manyusuktham Parayanam, etc.

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