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Bhadrachalam Temple Timings, Rama Navami, Kalyanam Online Booking

Bhadrachalam Sita Ramachandraswamy Temple

Bhadrachalam Temple, commonly known as Sri Sita Ramachandra Swamy temple is the home of Lord Rama. Temple is located in the town Bhadrachalam of district Khammam of the state Telangana. The Temple stands still on the bank of the holy river Godavari with the natural and religious atmosphere around the temple. Hyderabad, the capital of the state is 300 km from the Bhadrachalam Temple. Know Bhadrachalam Temple Timings, Kalyanam Online Booking, and more.

Temple is famous not only in Telangana but throughout India, as a result, a large number of Devotes visit the temple.

Sri Rama Navami at Bhadrachalam Temple

On the occasion of Sri Rama Navami, the Tirukalyana Brahmotsavams will be held at the temple from the date 2nd of April to the 16th April. Sitharama Kalyanam on April 10 and Maha Pattabishekam on 11th April followed by Rathostavam. Devotees need to book the tickets for Pattabishekam Mahotsavam.

Bhadrachalam Darshan Online Booking

Bhadrachalam Darshan Tickets can be booked online. For more details visit www.bhadrachalamonline.com

  1. Rs. 50
  2. Rs.100
  3. Rs.250 VIP Ticket

Bhadrachalam Temple History

Bhakta Ramadas is believed to have constructed the Bhadrachalam Temple. One day the whole villager was going on Jatara hearing this he also decided to join them. When he visited this place he got so impressed with the idol’s appearance and place that he decided to construct the temple here.

But as he was not having many funds he asked for the help of the villagers to contribute. Villagers asked Bhakta Ramadas to spend revenue collection money which they will return after harvesting the crops.

Therefore Bhakta Ramadas constructed the temple without the permission of Golconda Nawab with Rs. 6 Lakhs collected from the revenues.

Soon after the construction of the temple, the Bhakat Ramadas got arrested for misuse of the revenue. The Golconda king was released, when he was repaid for the revenue by Lord Rama and his brother Lakshmana itself. Who came there as a servant of Bhakta Ramadas to release theirs devotes from the prisons.

Influence by Lord Rama, Golconda King Taneshah also became his follower and started offering pearls to the diety. This is the beauty of the temple.

Bhadrachalam Temple Architecture

The main idol of the temple is Lord Rama who is built very beautifully and standing in the “Tribhanga” attitude as opposed to the “Samabhanga” pose. Sita stands near him also in Tribhanga’s attitude with the lotus in one hand.

The architecture of the temple is one of the best examples of Dravidian-style architecture and crafting. Constructed on the bank of the holy river Godavari, the temple surrounds by a beautiful religious and spiritual atmosphere.

Bhadrachalam Temple Timings

Pooja/ Events/ Opening and Closing Timings
Temple Opening Hours  4:00 AM
Suprabhatha Seva  4:00 AM to 4:30 AM
Sarva Darshan Hours  5:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Temple remains Close  12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Temple reopens  3:00 PM
Sarva Darshan Hours  3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Sarva Darshan Hours  6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Eklantha Seva  9:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Temple Closing Hours  9:30 PM

Accommodations near Bhadrachalam Temple 

There are many good options in Bhadrachalam accommodations available near the temple which can be easily booked from the site YatraDham.Org. One can get different options for accommodation like Dharamshala, Hotels in Bhadrachalam, Bhakta Niwas, and many more options bookings from this site.

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Distance from Bhadrachalam

Kothagudem to Bhadrachalam – 40.5 km

Khammam to Bhadrachalam – 116 km

Maredumilli to Bhadrachalam – 117.1 km

Papikondalu to Bhadrachalam – 118 km

Rajahmundry to Bhadrachalam – 182 km

Vijayawada to Bhadrachalam – 187.4 km

Warangal to Bhadrachalam – 210.9 km

Guntur to Bhadrachalam – 217.9 km

Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam – 323 km

Visakhapatnam to Bhadrachalam – 344.9 km

Srisailam to Bhadrachalam – 449.5 km

Bangalore to Bhadrachalam – 890.3 km

How to reach Bhadrachalam Temple

Here is the option by which you can reach Bhadrachalam.

By Air

The nearest airport to Bhadrachalam is Vijaywada which is at 186 km. Reaching the Vijaywada one can hire the private taxis or can take the state buses to reach the Bhadrachalam which are easily available.

By Train

Frequently trains are available to reach Bhadrachalam (Kothagudem) which is the nearest railway station to the temple at a distance of 40 km. From the railway station hire private taxis which is more convenient for Devotes to reach the temple.

By Road

In large numbers, buses are available to reach the Bhadrachalam connecting the different cities like Vijaywada, Hyderabad, Khammam, Warangal, Tirupati, and the main cities of the state.

FAQs

Q.1 What are the Entry Fees for the Bhadrachalam Temple?

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There are no Entry Fees for the devotes to visit the temple.

Q.2 What is the Dress Code of the Bhadrachalam temple?

View Answer
There is no particular Dress Code for the temple but one has to wear a Descent Dress.

Q.3 Are special Darshan facilities available in Bhadrachalam Temple?

View Answer
Yes, special darshan facilities are available in the temple.

Q.4 Which is the nearest airport to Bhadrachalam?

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The nearest airport to Bhadrachalam temple is Vijaywada which is 186 km from the temple.

Q.5 How much time does it take to visit the temple?

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It takes around 1-2 hours to visit the temple.

Q.6 Which is the nearest railway station to the temple?

View Answer
The nearest railway station to the temple is Bhadrachalam ( Kothagudem) which is at a distance of 40 km.

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