Visiting Places In and Around Bhadrachalam

Other Important Temples in Bhadrachalam (Besides Sri Seeta Ramachandra Swamy Temple the other Important Temples in the Town)

  • Sri Annapurna Kasi Visweswara Swamy Temple
  • Sri Yogananda Jwala Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple
  • Sri Govinda Raja Swamy Temple (Tatagudi)
  • Sri Sai Baba Temple
  • Sri Abhayanjaneya Swamy Temple
  • Sri Raja Rajeshwari Temple
  • Sri Ayyappa Swamy Temple
  • Sri Harnath Baba Mandir
  • Sri Amba Satram Temple


There are also some more temples. There are many places to visit around Bhadrachalam surroundings. Some of the other important temples in Bhadrachalam are as follows:

  • Sri Venkateshwara swamy temple (near Ambedkar centre, Busstand, BCM)
  • Sri Krishna Temple (on the way to Raamalayam)
  • Sri Durga Devi Temple (near ITDA)
  • Sri Kodanda Rama Temple (near police station, BCM)
  • Sri Kodanda Rama Temple Morampalli banjar
  • Sri Uma Rama liageswar alyam near Ambedkar centre v.colony BCM

Besides the above temples other significant temple in Bhadrachalam is Lord Shiva temple near to main temple and Kalyana mandapam is "Sadhuvula Matham". There is a belief that an underground way is present from this temple. This temple has been recently renovated.

Visiting Places in and around Bhadrachalam
Parnasala
This is supposed to be the exact spot where Rama, during his vanavasa in Dandakaranya, constructed a hermitage and spent his exile with his consort Sita and brother Laxmana. Agastya had selected this spot for Rama and is about 35 km from Bhadrachalam. The picturesque display of some scenes of vanavasa could be seen at Parnashala. One can see the foot prints of Sita devi, Mosaic of Maarecha in the guise of golden deer and Ravana in the guise of Sanyasi for Bhikshatana. Also found in the vicinity are Sita Vaagu-where she had bathed and collected the turmeric and Kunkum from nearby stones and the marks of her saree on the rock near Sita Vaagu. These are all the visiting places for the pilgrims. As Ravana kidnapped Sita, the deity at Parnashala is called Sokarama. The tracks of the chariot of Ravana while kidnapping Sita can be seen on the mountain on the other side of the river bank at Parnashala temple.

Jattayu Paaka (Yetapaka)
This Place is situated from 2 km away from Bhadrachalam. According to Itihasas, the bird Jatayuvu, a devotee of Rama had obstructed Ravana while he was proceeding on the chariot after kidnapping Sita. After the fearful battle between Ravana and Jataayuvu, the heavily injured bird had waited at this place in search of Rama. A wing of this bird fell at Rekkapalli, about 55 km from here, in V.R. Puram Mandal.

Dummugudem
Here Rama is called the Atmarama. The story reveals that Rama killed 14000 demons headed by the brothers Khara and Dushana. As the village was said to be built upon the ashes of these demons, the place is named after as Dummugudem.

Gundala
It is a place 5 km away from the sacred town Bhadrachalam, where springs of hot water could be traced on the river bank when we dig a pit at any place in this area. It is believed that the divine trios (Brahma Vishnu Maheswara) had their dips in winter season according to Brahma Purana.

Sree Rama Giri
This place is situated on the bank in the down stream of river Godavari, about 55 km from here. The deity of Yoga Rama Temple is on a hill and is named as Ramagiri.

Venkatareddipeta
This place is situated 12 km away from bhadrachalam, where lord venkateswara swami kalyan will celebrate every year.

Gannavaram
This place is situated 25 km away from bhadrachalam, where BOTLAMMA will receive prayers from the devotees.

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