Bhadrachalam is a journey town in Khammam locale of Telangana State, arranged on the banks of the River Godai. The sanctuary for Lord Rama was worked by a fan called Kancherla Gopanna famously known as Bhakta Ramadasu in the seventeenth century. Gopanna was the Tasildar of Bhadrachalam and built the sanctuary utilizing open gifts. In any case, the Golconda Sultans were deluded and felt that Gopanna had abused the administration assets to manufacture the sanctuary. He was detained in a prison at Golconda Fort. Master Rama is said to have marvelously showed up before the Sultan and paid the cash spent by Gopanna, after which he was discharged. Gopanna at that point progressed toward becoming Bhadrachala Ramadasu and continued creating a few tunes in Telugu in acclaim of Rama.