Birla Mandir

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Birla Mandir (Birla Temple) refers to different Hindu temples or Mandirs built by the Birla family, in different cities. All these temples are magnificently built in white marble.

Birla Mandirs across India[edit]

Birla Temple at Arera Hills, Bhopal.
New Vishwanath Temple also known as Birla Mandir in the Banaras Hindu University campus, Varanasi.
Birla Temples in India
Temple Location Deity
Laxminarayan Temple (1939) [1] Delhi Lakshmi Narayan
Birla Mandir Hyderabad Venkateswara
Birla Mandir Kanpur Lakshmi Narayan
Birla Mandir Kolkata Radha Krishna[2][3]
Birla Mandir Kurukshetra Krishna
Birla Mandir Shahad Vithoba
Birla Mandir (Sharda Peeth) BITS Pilani Saraswati[4]
Birla Mandir Bhopal Lakshmi Narayan
Birla Mandir Jaipur Lakshmi Narayan
Birla Mandir Patna Lakshmi Narayan
Birla Mandir Akola Rama
Birla Mandir (New Vishwanath Temple) Varanasi Shiva
Birla Mandir Renukoot Shiva
Birla Mandir Nagda Vishnu
Birla Mandir Brajrajnagar Shiva
Birla Mandir Gwalior Surya
Birla Mandir Alibaug Ganesha


Continuous Construction[edit]

Construction is continuously going on at some location. The family believes that if they stop the construction of temples, it will bring bad fate. This is the reason why some of the temples are not 100% finished, and construction is on-going, albeit at a slow pace. Birla Mandir - Veraval - Laxminarayan temple

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Making history with brick and mortar". Hindustan Times. September 15, 2011. 
  2. ^ Birla Mandir in Kolkata - Lakshmi Narayan Temple - Birla Temple in Kolkata - Kolkata
  3. ^ 403 Forbidden
  4. ^ Temple Net. "Birla Mandir". Retrieved 2009-10-27. 
  5. ^