Bhadrachalam is an enumeration town in Bhadradri District of the Indian province of Telangana. It is an essential Hindu journey town with a presence of the Bhadrachalam Temple of Lord Rama, arranged on the banks of Godai river. The town has a reported history of Lord Sri Rama sanctuary built around seventeenth century CE by Kancherla Gopanna. Kancherla Gopanna, prominently known as Bhadradri Ramadasu or Bhadrachala Ramadasu, was a seventeenth century Indian enthusiast of Rama and an arranger of Carnatic music.
His reverential verses to Rama are renowned in South Indian established music as Ramadaasu Keertanalu, and have made Bhadrachalam a position of religious significance for Hindus. The state transport benefit TSRTC works a transport station in Bhadrachalam associating the town to different spots of the state. The closest railroad station. The Sri Sita Ramachandraswamy sanctuary is a South Indian Hindu sanctuary committed to Rama, the seventh manifestation of the god Vishnu.
It is situated on the shores of the Godai River in the town of Bhadrachalam, a piece of the Bhadradri Kothagudem region in Telangana state. Frequently essentially alluded to as Bhadrachalam or Bhadradri, the sanctuary is viewed as one of the Divya Kshetrams of Godai and is likewise venerated as Dakshina Ayodhya. As indicated by the legend, Vishnu appeared to Meru's child Bhadra as Rama to answer the last's petitions.