Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam
How to reach Bhadrachalam from Hyderabad -
By Bus – Direct bus from Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam is available. This Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam bus journey takes around 7 hours and 30 minutes. The distance from Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam is 310 km. The bus services are reliable if you want to travel from Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam and can be considered if you don’t want to drive down or if you want to use the night to travel in order to save time.
By Train – There is no direct train between Hyderabad and Bhadrachalam available. It is best to take Sc Mugr Express from Hyderabad to Bethampurdi. In place of a Hyderabad to Bhdarachalam train, travellers take a train to Bethampurdi and then take a taxi to Bhadrachalam – this distance is only 48 km and can be covered quite easily by car. The entire journey takes about 6 hours including the time taken for the drive.
By Flight – There are no Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam flights as Bhadrachalam does not have an airport. Instead of a Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam flight, travellers take a flight to the Vijayawada Airport and then travel by bus or car to Bhadrachalam. The aerial distance between Hyderabad and Bhadrachalam is calculated to be 256 km.
By Cab/Car – Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam by car is the one of the best ways to travel. The minimum time a car takes to reach Bhadrachalam from Hyderabad is 7 hours. The cost of cab per kilometer varies from INR 12 to 22 depending upon the facilities hired. Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam distance of 310 km is travelled by cab. Take a decision on how to reach Bhadrachalam from Hyderabad depending on the amount of time you have available and what suits your needs.
Bhadrachalam – The Abode of Lord Rama
Bhadrachalam is a sacred abode of Lord Rama, situated on the banks of River Godavari.
Things to do
Sightseeing in Bhadrachalam is interesting and has a majority of religious affiliations. The adjoining Dandakaranya Forest is believed to be the second home of Lord Rama when he was sent on an exile. A small thatched hut called Parnasala narrates the innumerable stories of Lord Rama and Goddess Seeta. Jataayu Paaka, just about 2 km from Bhadrachalam narrates the story of the abduction of Seeta by Ravana, the King of Lanka. It is here that a bird called Jataayu engages in a horrific fight with Ravana to release Seeta from his clutches. A village which emerged from the ashes of 14,000 demons killed by Lord Rama is Dummugudem. The point of convergence of River Shabari and River Godavari called Ramagiri is the abode of the Yoga Rama deity erected on a hill.
Tourists are able to stay in a number of hotels in Bhadrachalam. This religious city offers tourists a number of reasonable accommodation options.