Sri Ranga Natha Swamy Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Sri Ranga Natha Swamy located in Gachibowli locality of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. It’s built in South Indian architectural style and it’s among the sacred temples of Sri Ranganatha. Sri Ranga Natha Swamy is a famous God mostly worshiped in South India which is a resting form of Lord Vishnu.
Sri Ranga Natha Swamy Temple was constructed in 1990 during the regime of Nizam Kings. It’s believed that Sri Ranganatha Swamy brings prosperity and health to the followers. Sri Ranganatha or Ranga is a Hindu deity mostly popular in South India. During the month of March-April, based on the Indian Calendar a grand festival is held and this is called Brahmostsavam, which is the best time to see the temple with mass gathering. Also during Vaikunta Ekadasi you can spot major celebrations here. The good thing about this temple is unlike other temple which asks for darshana and Archanas, there is no fee charged here for the same.
Beside Sri Ranganathaswamy being the primary deity, you can spot His consort Goddess Lakshmi (also known as Ranganayaki) and other secondary Gods idols.
The temple is open for darshanam from 6 Am to 12 noon and 4 Pm to 8 Pm on all days. The closest bus stop is Nanakramguda and the closest MMTS railway station is Hi-Tech City. It’s better you have your Google Maps on and travel according to pathfinder assistance but asking people for the route here can mislead you.