Beechupally Anjaneya Swamy Temple: Visit The 16th Century Temple!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

The Beechupally Anjaneya Swamy Temple near Jogulamba Gadwal, Telangana, is a famous Hanuman (Anjaneya Swami) shrine.

To be exact, the temple is on the banks of the Krishna River, about 30 kilometres downstream from the Jurala Project.

The South Indian style was used to build the Beechupally Anjaneya Swamy Temple 200 years ago. Based on history, Sri Vyasaraja placed the idol of Hanuman here.

Pushkara snanam is a holy bath that takes place once every 12 years. To make it easier for devotees, several ghats were built.

The shrine went through some big changes in 2004, and it is now one of the most popular places for pushkara snanam.

Every day of the week, including Saturday and Sunday, people can go to the temple. Please keep in mind that the temple is open from 6 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Plan to go to this temple in monsoon. The river flows right up to the edges of the temple, making it look amazing. It's a beautiful sight you can't afford to miss.

Hanuman Jayanthi, which is in April, and Narasimha Jayanthi, which is in Vaishaka Masam, are two of the most important festivals that are held at the temple.


Gurram Gadda boating point is one of the main attractions in this area, which is blessed with a wealth of natural beauty.

Nearby attractions

1. Gurram Gadda

Nizam Konda is a unique river island fort that was built when Qutub Shahi was in charge to keep an eye on the Moghuls and Marathas. The boat ride is one of the main things to do.

2. Nizam Konda