The southern region of India is host to numerous remarkable temples famous for their intricate Dravidian architecture, life sized shrines and rich history, these temples are visited by over a million devotees all year round from all parts of the world. Vemulawada’s most popular tourist attraction, the Rajanna Temple is almost synonymous with the ancient pilgrim town nestled away in the quaint little district of Rajanna Sircilla along the southern coast of India. The temple is also the recipient of the maximum influx of visitors to Vemulawada, which is often referred to as Dakshin Kashi and Southern Banaras. Vemulawada also has a plethora of several other temples tucked away in its bylanes just a walking excursion away, offering you a sense of calm and solace away from the hullabaloo of cities.
Vemulawada was initially a part of Andhra Pradesh but is currently located in the state of Telangana after its segregation from Andhra Pradesh, it was also priorly addressed as Lemulavatika and Lembulavade and came to be known by its present name quite later on. Despite the commercialisation of the town owing to the Rajanna temple the town has still managed to retain it's old world charm and is a perfect weekend getaway for you to get in touch with your spirituality.