Kalbagur is a small village situated close to the district headquarters of Sangareddy, in the state of Telangana. Sri Kasi Vishweshwara Temple is situated in this village, near Manjeera Barrage. There is a Trikuta temple which consists of a porch in the east, a hall and shrines to the west, north and south of the hall. Each shrine has an antarala and a garbhagriha. Venugopala, Vishnu as Anantasayana and Lingam are the icons housed in the three shrines. The walls of the shrine are constructed using large blocks of stone.
The shrines have the stepped pyramidal type of sikharas. The history of the temple dates back to the era of the Kakatiya rulers from 11th century A.D. The temple complex is also home to two other temples, they are Sri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy temple and Sri Venugopala Swamy temple. Hence it is also called as Trikootaalayam.
Sri Kasi Vishweswara temple is located towards the southern portion of garbhalayam while Sri Venugopalaswamy temple is towards the northern portion of garbhalayam. According to legend, this temple was constructed on a water stream, originating from holy Kasi. It is said that if one drops a coin in the garbhalayam of Sri Venugopala Swamy temple here, then the sound will be similar to that of a coin being dropped in water.
Sri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy temple is located towards the west side of garbhaalaya. The temple shares a resemblance with the Thousand Pillar Temple of Warangal in terms of architecture. It is located at a distance of about 60 km from Hyderabad. 4km from Sangareddy and 71 km from Medak. The Department of Heritage Telangana has taken up restoration activities here, recently such as exposing the temple from covered earth, restoration of nandi mandapam and construction of compound wall at this historic shrine.