Abhayanjaneya Swamy Temple

  • 4.5

    Location: MVFP+6JH, Bhadrachalam, Telangana 507111, India.

    Visiting Time: 1 hour.


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    Abhayanjaneya Swamy Temple is one of the most visited temples, by both tourists and locals, which is a recent addition to the list of religious centers in the town and is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. Usually, on Tuesday, this beautiful temple remains crowded.


    The structure of Abhayanjaneya Swamy Temple occupies many festivities and is well maintained which was built in 1998. Adding beauty to the entire temple, the highlight of the temple is said to be the sculptures, which are though crafted of cement, and appear as though made of wood.


    Abhayanjaneya Swamy Temple

    Near Bhadrachalam, Khammam district, this is really a nice temple in a peaceful atmosphere and en route Rama temple, a place to be visited.

    Inside/Outside Views

    Abhayanjaneya Swamy Temple

    The temple is well decorated from the inside with statues of God and Goddesses. The view of the temple will give you peace of mind and the surrounding is also calm and quiet. A perfect place to concentrate on God.


    Opening Hours


    Monday – Sunday:  5:30 AM to 12:00 PM  and   5:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    Entry & Others Fees

    INR 10 is needed to pay Per Person to get access inside the temple.

    How to Reach

    Situated on the banks of the Godavari River, Bhadrachalam is a temple town. Perpetually thronged by pilgrims from all corners of India, with a probable history dating back to the events that took place in the Ramayana, Bhadrachalam is a town.

    By air – Via regular flights, the city of Bhadrachalam is not well connected to other major cities of the country. Rajahmundry is the nearest airport with about a distance of 116 km.

    By rail – Regular trains to Bhadrachalam from other major cities of the country are easily available on Bhadrachalam road.

    By road – 110 Kms from Jayashankar headquarters, 23kms from Eturnagaram,123kms from Warangal,  123 km from Bhadrachalam,243 km from Khammam, and 280 km from the capital Hyderabad is needed to cross in order to reach the falls by road.

    Tips for Travellers

    • As it is a religious place you must maintain your courtesy.

    • Don’t forget to leave your shoes outside the temple.

    • Keep silence inside the temple.

    • Respect the religious sentiments and rituals.

    • Wear decent dresses.


    Que: Is this place safe to visit?

    Ans: Yes, the place is safe to visit.

    Que: Is photography allowed in this place?

    Ans: No, photography is not allowed here.

    Que: What is the best time to visit the place?

     Ans: You can visit the place anytime throughout the year, but in times of festivals it wears an amazing look.

    We wish you all the best for your journey. Happy Travel!!!

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