Beautiful Temples in Bhadrachalam

Temples in Bhadrachalam

Bhadrachalam can be a refreshing place to visit with a share of instances from the Ramayana, a glorious palace, a vibrant river and mystical terrain and surroundings. Known as a religious town, there (Read More) are many temples in Bhadrachalam.

Here is the list of 6 Beautiful Temples in Bhadrachalam

1. Bhadrachla Rama Temple

Bhadrachla Rama Temple

A popular temple in the area, houses several smaller temples inside of various gods and goddesses. Also visit the museum inside which has on display jewellery of Ramadas and many more items.

2. Sri Sitaramachandra Swamy Temple

Sri Sitaramachandra Swamy Temple
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An elaborate dedication to Lord Vishnu, this temple depicts all incarnations of Vishnu in its intricate wall carvings. Also found in the temple are some idols that one does not see every day. Find an enthralling idol of Lord Rama with a bow and a counch, depicting both Lord Vishnu and Lord Rama at the same time.

3. Abhaya Anjaneya Temple

Abhaya Anjaneya Temple
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Dedicated to Lord Hanuman, this relatively recent addition to the list of religious centers in the town is one of the most visited temples, by both tourists and locals. The structure is sprawling, well mainained and occupies much festivity, color and rush on Tuesdays. The higlight of the temple are said to be the sculptures here, which are though crafted by cement, appear as though made of wood, adding beauty to the entire temple.

4. Muthyalamma Temple

Muthyalamma Temple

The ancient temple of Goddess Muthyalamma is located in the census town of Bhadrachalam in the state of Telangana. The temple has holy idols of the widely worshipped goddess Muthyalamma who is said to be a form of Kali or Durga Matha. This temple is most visited by pilgrims during the period of Ashad (June-July) for the festival of Mahakali. To offer their prayers to the goddess, the pilgrims carry out an extremely grand and warm procession as a way of showing their respect and honour towards the goddess Muthyalamma. It is believed that whatever wishes asked by the devotees during this time are usually granted to them by her.

5. Sri Lalitha Parameswari Temple

Sri Lalitha Parameswari Temple

Built by Sri Guntupalli Satyanarayana in 1983, the temple in the Takkellapadu village of Andhra Pradesh is around 212km from Bhadrachalam. The principal deity of the temple is the Goddess of Aadi Parashakti, mother to Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara. Considered as the Goddess of power and Time, she is a form of Kali. The temple is very popular for its celebration of Vaisakha Poornima, when different poojas and projects are organised by the devotees as offerings to the Goddess. Over the years, the temple has become an integral part of what is famously called the Dakshina Ayodhya and has seen an increase in its popularity acknowledging its swift schedule and hygienic worship facilities and maintenance.

6. Subramanya Swamy Temple

Subramanya Swamy Temple

The Subramanya Swamy temple is located in the heart of the town of Bhadrachalam on the banks of the Godavari river. The temple initially had only roads leading to the temple but overtime the places around the temple developed. The temple is home to Lord Ram, his brother Lakshman and wife Goddess Sita. The Subramanya Swamy temple is the only temple that is said to have an idol of Lord Ram with Sita on his lap. There are several rituals that take place early in the morning from 4 am to around 4.30 am which are known as ‘Subrathta Seva.’ Not many tourists or pilgrims are permitted to enter the temple during this time. The temple also allows visitors to buy prasad and laddoos when the temple is open.

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