Sri Seeta Ramachandra Swami Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Rama and his consort Devi Sita. Rama is believed to be the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The temple is located in the holy town of Bhadrachalam and is only 35 km away from the village of Parnasla where Lord Rama is believed to have spent some time of his exile.
According to legends, Lord Rama crossed the river Godavari when he went to rescue Sita from Lanka. The temple is built on the banks of the river Godavari at the same place from where Rama crossed the river.
Another legend associated with the temple is that of Kabir who was a Muslim by birth but a great devotee of Lord Rama. He was refused permission to enter the temple, and this resulted in the mysterious disappearance of the idols placed inside the temple. However, when Kabir entered the temple the idols reappeared.
The various myths and legends associated with Sri Seeta Ramachandra Swami Temple make it a popular religious destination for devotees and tourists alike.