Amba Satram Temple

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    Location: MV7M+P74, Ambasatram, Bhadrachalam, Andhra Pradesh 507111, India.

    Visiting Time: 1-2 hours.

    Phone number not available

    Located in Bhadrachalam, Amba Satram is a Hindu temple. Badhrachalam ramayya temple is located around a distance of 350 meters and is a very peaceful and walkable location.


    Featuring a range of ancient artifacts & sights in a spiritual atmosphere this is an attractive Hindu temple. The ancient artifacts will introduce you to the ancient times’ story and the atmosphere there is also surrounded by enough greenery and there is enough refreshing air as well.



    Amba Satram Temple

    Established by Sri Pamidighantam Venkata Ramana Dasu, Amba Satram in Bhadrachalam is Nityannadana Satram. He was an eminent admirer of Goddess Seetamma. It is believed that Goddess herself came and took it when he used to give Naivedyam to Seetamma, everyday afternoon. The noise of the Goddess’s anklets was heard by everybody in Satram. Putting it on a rock hill and call Seetamma, sometimes he used to keep milk as Naivedyam.  Getting the form of a snake Goddess used to come and have the milk. He used to serve food to all devotees on a large scale, every year on the eve of  Sri Rama Navami. At one time, the chiefs who were from Rajahmundry didn’t turn up on time. Thinking that, he might not be able to serve food to the devotees, he got severely tense. Assured Ramana Dasu that they would cook food, two strong and handsome men turned up there with two big vessels, closed the doors of the kitchen, and cooked food very fast. Ramana Dasu was assured by them that they would take a bath in the Godavari river and then return but they never arrived again. Ramana Dasu later understood that they were none other than  Lakshmana and Sri Rama. Still today,  by all the devotees in Amba Satram, the vessels used by Sri Rama and Lakshmana could be seen. In the year 1985, Sri Ramana Dasu left for the heavenly abode of Sri Seeta Rama.


    Inside/Outside Views

    Amba Satram Temple

    The inside view of the temple is really mesmerizing. A great atmosphere for prayer is provided with enough peace of mind.

    Opening Hours

    Wednesday       Open 24 hours

    Thursday           Open 24 hours

    Friday                 Open 24 hours

    Saturday            Open 24 hours

    Sunday               Open 24 hours

    Monday             Open 24 hours

    Tuesday             Open 24 hours

    Entry & Others Fees

    There is no entry fee needed to get access to 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.

    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: As it is a religious place, photography is not allowed here.

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

    Ans: Though you can visit the temple any time of the year, the time of festivals wears an attractive look.

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

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