The Religious Hindu body of Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham has undertaken the complex for the preservation of Hindu Culture. The complex is located adjacent to the Historic Kancheguda railway station in Hyderabad. The Temple complex is located on a steep hill and houses the Shyam Baba (Lord Krishna), Hanuman and Ganesh Mandir (Temples) along with the Temples of Lord Shiva and Parvati.
A large Banquet Hall to cater 5,000 people with all required infrastructure has been designed and continually upgraded as technological advancements take place.
Khaki Baba Dham Mandir
Location: Dada, Fatehpura, Rajasthan
Area : 11 Acres
Location: Jangaon, Nalgonda District, Telangana State
Built-up area: 5,530 sq.ft.
Campus area: 25 acres
Located about 90 kms, East of Hyderabad enroute the Historic Kakatiya Temple City of Warangal on the National Highway the church has an enclosed area of 5,530 sq.ft. It was designed and built in 2003-2004 and is part of the larger campus consisting of the Udumula Hospital belonging to the Catechist sisters of St. Ann. The ceiling height is 30' and the interiors of the church have panels of Christian Vernacular Motifs from the Bible.
Divine Word Center
Location: Muthangi, Hyderabad
Built-up area: 50,000 sq.ft.
Founded by the Society of Divine Word (SVD). The Divine Word Center at Muthangi, Hyderabad just outside the Outer Ring Road on the Hyderabad-Mumbai National Highway. It is a Center for Christian Congregation of up to 6,000 followers on weekends. Magal Associates Master planned, designed and engineered the Center in the year 2000. It is an Architectural and religious landmark in the region.
Gowshala, Lower Tank Bund, Hyderabad
Location: Lower Tank Bund, Hyderabad
Boys Town Primary School (Chapel), Hyderabad
Location: Jahanuma, Hyderabad
Jama Masjid, Nagpur, Maharashtra State
Jama Masjid is a Mosque in the Mominpura area of Nagpur City, Maharashtra State. The Edifice has a capacity to host 2000 persons within the Grand Hall. The Main Dome is 7 metres high from the base and the four Minarets stand 24.38 metres tall. The Reinforced Concrete Structure of the Mosque was Engineered by Mr. N.R. Magal the founder of Magal Associates in the year 1967.