Parashurama Temple (also known as Shree Kshetra Parshuram) is a temple of Lord Parashurama, the sixth avatar of Vishnu in Hinduism. The temple lies on the banks of the holy river Triveni where Lord Parshuram is believed to have conducted his penance. The major festivals celebrated at the temple are Akshaya Tritiya, Ram Navami and Mahashivratri.
The temple is surrounded by dense trees and weeds. Parshuram is known to have carried out a severe penance for the sin of killing many hundreds as a Kshatriya warrior. Parshuram temple has three main structures which are sabhamandap, a central mandap and a garbhagriha. The garbhagriha or the sanctum sanctorum has 3 idols with Lord Parasuram in the middle and Kala and Kama on both sides. There are other shrines of Ganesha, Hanuman and Parshuram's mother, Renuka.
With its scenic location full of beautiful landscapes and ancient ‘Kunds’, the temple is worth a visit by tourists.The temple is one of the rare temples in India dedicated to Parashuram. This place is called Parashuram Tapobhoomi, where Lord Parashuram (believed as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu) as he conducted his long penance. The temple is managed by the Shree Dev Bhargavram Devasthan Trust.