Bhadrachala Rama Temple, Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Rama and Devi Sita, is a popular religious spot in Bhadrachalam. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Rama is the seventh incarnation of Hindu god Vishnu. Devi Sita is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu’s consort, Goddess Laxmi.
The temple is located 35 km from the town of Bhadrachalam and has idols of other Hindu gods and goddesses. Another incarnation of Lord Vishnu, Lord Narasimha, is also worshipped at the temple along with Lord Shiva.
The temple is immensely popular among the devotees of Lord Rama and each year the place sees a large influx of people during the time of Ram Navami. In fact, the festival of Ram Navami or Dussehra is celebrated with a lot of pomp and show at the temple. Many people throng to the temple from all over India to participate in the festivities that last for 10 days and culminate with the burning of Ravana’s effigy.