Temple History

The Mission of Sri Santhana Sampada Venkateswara Swamy Devalayam,Aditya hills, Mithilanagar, Hyderabad is to provide a place for Hindus to worship in traditional style and to provide religious, humanitarian and cultural. Sri Santhana Sampada Venkateswara Swamy Devalayam was built as per Vaikhanasa Agama Sastra and followed Vaikhanasa Sampradayam. The SSSVD temple brings world peace, harmony, spiritual and personal health through the tenets underlying Hindu faith which is Sanatana Dharma.

Sri Santhana Sampada Venkateswara Devalayam was constructed under the leadership of Dandamudi Balakrishna Garu, Residents of Mithila Nagar, Committee members and SSSVD Temple Trust. To complete this initiative, collected several millions donations from devotees in various parts of the world.

The land for the temple was identified in the year 2016 and Bhoomi puja for construction of the temple was held by Mr.Balakrishna Garu Family in 2017.The temple designs were drawn as per Vykhanasa Agama Sastra with seasoned temple architecture and has built more than 100 temples.

The carving work of stones was carried at sthapati place and dressed stones were transported by road to Hyderabad. Around 10 shilpi’s had carved the stones for about an year at Hyderabad. Architectural sculptures including Gali gopuram at the temple were constructed by reputed contractors who had constructed many temples around the world. Prana Prathista of idols of Lord Sri Balaji, Padmavati, Godadevi, Garuda, Jaya and Vijaya took Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) . Dhwaja Stambham was brought from the forest and installed with the chanting of Vedas by learned pundits from Guntur district.

The temple was opened for the public after Prana Pratishta on 27th June 2017 and the then Mr. Balakrishna Garu and his family had the first darshan of Lord Venkateswara. The temple complex includes Dasavatharam idols and Vimana Venkateswara swamy. All the pujas of this temple are performed in the similar way of Tirumala by well trained priests from Veda Patashala of TTD. Around 10,000 devotees visit the temple every month. SSSVD Temple trust strives hard to carry out Srivaru seva as per agama sastra. Devotees can perform various sevas/offer donations as per their wishes.

The day in the temple starts with Suprabhata seva and continues with the various regular sevas as given below to Lord Venkateswara and closes with Ekanta seva.

Other significant events are:

Date Events
2016 Land identification and Bhoomi Puja
2017 Temple open to Public
7th Jan 2021 RajaGopuram inauguration and Dedicated to Devotees
26th June 2021 Laddu Prasadam initiated
06 th August 2021 Samprokshanam
21st October 2021 Temple Office room opened
9th December 2021 Big Laddu Prasadam introduced
14th December 2021 Vada Prasadam introduced (Gita Jayanthi Day)
24th December 2021 Yagashala open to public
15th March 2017 Temple Pratishta Day


A SSSVD Temple is constructed according to the Agama Sastras (Temple manuals) in the image of the human body. The two sides of the temple represent the hands, and the top of the Temple represents the head. The deity Venkateswara (Lord of Venkata, and a representation of Vishnu) rests in the innermost recess called the Garbhagriha (sanctum). The SSSVD Temple at Mithila nagar follows the temple texts known as Vaikasana Agama

Archa Roopam

The Agama states that Narayana, the eternal Divine Being, should be worshipped in the Archa Roopam (iconic form) in temples and homes. Hindu devotees believe that divine power has manifested itself in the murti (icon/idol). Major religious events like Kumbhabhishekam are performed to re-energize the Murti with Divine Power, which can either be diluted or lost due to transgressions committed unknowingly by the priests or the worshippers. Worshipping the Archai Avatara as Hari gives the devotees access to God and His Power.


Rules of Agama require a temple priest to serve and act as an intermediary between the worshipper and God. The Vaishnava Temple priests are referred to as Bhaktacharya, Bhattacharya or simply Bhattar. They come from families with Temple priesthood as their traditional occupation, and learn their skills from a young age. All the daily and weekly rituals are performed by the priests. Special occasions such as Kumbhabhishekam require additional priests, who are then invited from other Temples.


Several types of religious services performed at the Temple: Archana, Abhishekam, Sathyanarayana Puja, Kalyana Utsavam, Homa and many others which are published under "Services" menu items in this website.