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Birla Temple is located on a Hill Top and you get a lovely view of the City / Hussain Sagar Lake.
The main temple is of Balaji and there are smaller temples of other deities.
Mobile Phones and cameras are not allowed inside the temple....More
This temple has been built over 5 decades ago. I have been here many times in my youth, when TA was not around ! The temple has been crafted, built with great care, following the rules and rituals of Aagamana Shaastras, the mantras chanted with...More
Once you reach the loacation either you can walk a bit in the street where local outlets are selling puja related items or you can directly go to the birla mandir.
The place is very good for pictures.you can have a view of half of...More
Birla Mandir is a very nice temple that is located high above Hyderabad and offers great views of the city. Unfortunately nobody is allowed to take cameras, phones etc into the temple grounds. It is well worth the visit, but be warned that it is...More
To get panoramic view of city and to relax at sanctum of Lord Balaji. Try to visit in evening during dusk and when moon is shining in the sky you will appreciate the besuty of the temple and the scenery / view of the city...More
Hello TA's/DE's, I am planning to visit Hyderabad in the month of Dec'16(post Christmas, however depends on tickets availability) with my family members. Need assistance in itinerary please. Below is my tentative plan: Day 1 - Arrive in Hyderabad city(it would be in late evening), check-in to hotel and take rest. Day 2 - Birla Mandir, Golkonda Fort, Charminar & Salarjang Museum Day 3 - Full day at Ramoji Film City Day 4 - Chowmahalla Palace and shopping, later evening is check-out and...More
November 10, 2016|
Salarjang Museum, Charminar, Chowmallah Palace followed by Golconda Fort can be done in a day considering Salarjang Museum, Charminar, Chowmallah Palace are all located in the same location. Look at previous posts you can find everything.
Experts, your opinion please on this itinerary (12 Replies)
I will reach Jaipur by 5pm Day 1 1. Evening 7 to 8:30 pm Albert hall (online ticket available Rs 100) 2. Dinner and movie at Rajmandir Cinema. Day 2 1. Birla Mandir 8 am for 1 hr(optional) 2. Govind devji temple just below Nahargarh. 3. Nahargarh 2 hours 4. City palace near Govind devji temple. Use audio guide. Approx time 2 hours. Diwan-e-khas. 5. Lunch 6. Amer fort - The Great Wall, Sheesh Mahal, Audio guide. Sound and light show in evening. Elephant ride to top of fort Rs...More
September 03, 2018|
Response fromYogesh Gupta|
Hi, As i know your itinerary is perfect, note Bhangarh fort is Out side Jaipur its take 2 hrs to reach there. We also suggest to add Chokhi Dhani for Dinner in your itinerary. Regards, Team TaxiWale
Diwali in Jaipur.. (3 Replies)
Hello All, Planning a family Rajasthan trip in this Diwali with our 2 yrs old kid. Below is the travel plan. 20th Oct – Fly from Mumbai to Jaipur 20th Oct - Hawa Mahel , City Palace, Albert Museum, Birla Mandir 21st Oct – Amer Fort, Sheesh Mahal, Jaigarh Fort 22nd Oct – Check –out from Jaipur and proceed to Pushkar in Morning. (Do we have AC buses ? 22nd Oct – Brahma Template, Savithri Temple, Pushkar Lake 23rd Oct – Check –out from Pushkar and proceed to Udaipur. (By road or Train...More
June 15, 2017|
Dear tawde90, Namaste!! Your plan and itinerary are good; you can hire a car and driver for your whole tour – By car you can see all monuments There are so many travel agent, you can contact any one, better you can contact to tour operators or DE Members and get the quote from 2-4 of them for better quotation. Cheers!!