Bhadrachalam Temple is a Hindu temple located in the beautiful Khammam District in Telangana. The temple is located around 325 kilometres away from the Hyderabad and is devoted to Lord Rama. It is believed that the temple is nestled at the place from where Lord Rama crossed the River Godavari on his way to Sri Lanka in order to rescue Goddess Sita.
History of the temple
A local tahsildar named as Kancharla Gopanna laid the foundation of the marvellous temple in the 17th century. Located on the banks of the Godavari River, this temple is the one of the most important tourist destinations and religious sites in the whole country. Tourists and pilgrims from the whole country visit this district to witness this majestic temple.
Enjoy the festivals celebrated in the temple
The temple celebrates the festival of Rama Navami in a very grand and joyous manner and it is the best time to visit this place. During the festival you will be able to witness various religious rituals and offer prayers which will purify your soul and mind. Another festival celebrated with full joy here is the Sri Seeta Rama Kalyanamahotsavam. The temple is very well connected to all the major cities of the state and the nearest railway station is Kothagudem Railway Station, which is just 40 kilometres away from the temple