March 11, 2020 | Nandu Chilkur Balaji temple is one of the famous temples in Telugu states. this temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara and it is located on the banks of Osman Sagar at Chilkur village. it is located 30km away from Hyderabad. this is one of the oldest temples in India. here we provide all the details about temple-like temple opening and closing hours, entry fee, available poojas etc… (image reference: gosahin.com) (image refence: cnn.com) Chilkur Balaji temple details Location: Chilkur Village, Gandipet, Hyderabad State: Telangana Opening Time: 5 AM Closing Time: 8 PM Darshan Timings: 5 AM to 8 PM Deity: Lord Venkateswara Entry Fee: Free Best Time to Visit: 365 Days Dress Code: Indian Traditional Visa Balaji Temple Timings Day Opens Closes Monday 5:00 AM 8:00 PM Tuesday 5:00 AM 8:00 PM Wednesday 5:00 AM 8:00 PM Thursday 5:00 AM 8:00 PM Friday 5:00 AM 8:00 PM Saturday 5:00 AM 8:00 PM Sunday 5:00 AM 8:00 PM Darshan: 108 rounds of Pradakshina’s can be performed on weekdays, as on weekends huge devotes coming to temple and temple authorities will not allow you to do 108 pradashinas. The Lord Vishnu chanting to overcoming the difficulties in our daily life. 1. Om Vashatkaaraaya Namaha: For Success in Business, Jobs, Visa, Career.2. Om Aksharaaya Namaha: For Success in Studies.3. Om Bhuthabhavanaya Namaha: For Good Health.4. Om Paramaathmane Namaha: For Self Confidence.5. Om Vidhaatre Namaha: Pregnant ladies to chant for good health6. Om Hayagreevaya Namaha: For a healthier and fit living.7. Om Bhuthatmane Namaha8. Om Narasimhaya Namaha9. Om Rishikeshaya Namaha10. Om Pradyumnaya Namaha11. Om Srinivasaya Namaha12. Om Varunaya Namaha13. Om Bhootakritaye Namaha14. Om Vishnave Namaha15. Om Bhaavaya Namaha16. Om Naarasimha Vapushe Namaha: In Moments of Despair17. Om Kshetragnaaya Namaha: For Aspirants of Real Estate and Homes18. Om Bhootaadaye Namaha: To amend relationship or friendship crisis19. Om Dhaatre Namaha: For Santhana Praapthi (Fertility for couples)20. Om Pushkarakshaaya Namaha: For Overcoming bad times21. Om Sthavishtaaya Namaha: To keep evil forces at bay.