Sanghi Temple is situated on the outskirts of Hyderabad in Sanghi Nagar. The temple is known for the tall Raja Gopuram that is extremely sacred to the locals. In fact, the Gopuram can be spotted from afar because of its height. The temple is beautifully located on a hillock known as the Paramanand Giri. The temple has thousands of devotees flocking every year to seek the blessings of the Gods. Many tourists also visit the place each year to take in the splendid view that the slopes of the hill offer.
The style of the temple is reminiscent of typical south Indian architecture. The temple is beautifully decorated with a majestic stone elephant standing guard on the staircase. The Sanghi temple has three Gopurams that are so tall that they give the impression of touching the sky. The idol of Lord Anjaneya (son of Wind God) is established at the topmost level of the temple, from where the God is believed to confer his blessings on the devotees.