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In the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, the Bhimavaram city serves as the administrative center for the West Godavari district. It has the highest urban population in the district, with 210,000 people.The temple of Soma Rama, which is regarded as one of the Pancharama temples, is well renowned for being in this location.There are good bus and train connections to Bhimavaram from any location in India.

Places to visit

  • Sri Mavullamma Vari Temple : On Kurisettivari Street, in the Gandhi Nagar neighborhood of Bhimavaram, Andhrapradesh, is where you may find the Sri Mavullamma Ammavaru Temple. Mavullamma is the Gramadevata; puranasclaims that Mavullamma's idol first appeared in 1200 AD; however the inscription on the marble in the temple reads 1880 AD. According to legend, the goddess first appeared in Bhimavaram at a location now known as MotupalliVeedhi. In an area where Neem and Peepal (vepa) trees were present together, Sri Mavullamma Ammavaru first appeared. Many people from all over the world came to see her and believed she was the holy gramadevatha, afterwards referred to as "Mavullamma" rather than "Mamillamma." During Vaishakamasam in the year 1880 A.D., Sri Mavullamma Ammavaru appeared in the dreams of Sri Marella Machi Raju and Sri GrandhiAppanna and counseled them to erect a temple where she had previously appeared.
  • Sri Someshwara Temple : Sri Someswara Janardhana Swamy resides in the Andhra Pradesh town of Bhimavaram in the West Godavari district.It is one of the temples with vibrant paintings that still look brand new after centuries. The Lingam of Shiva is unique in that its hue varies depending on the moon aspect. The Lingam will be white on pournami nights (full moon nights) and black on amavasya nights (dark nights). King ChalukyaBheema constructed the temple during the fourth century. Due to the fact that Lord Chandra placed the Shiva lingam, it is known as Someshwara.
  • Kolleru Bird Sanctuary: Two locations on the Kolleru Bird Sanctuary are accessible via this trail. Each year, more than 200 different bird species stop by this spot. Many different species can be seen here, including the glossy ibis, open-billed stork, purple moorhen, painted storks, pied avocet, marbled teal, common redshank, etc. From November to January is migration season. Approximately 63 different species of fish can also be found in the area. Throughout the Wildlife Sanctuary, breathtaking vistas are available.
  • Distance: Kollar Bird sanctuary is 49 kilometres away from Bhimavaram

How to Reach

  • The nearest railway station is Bhimavaram Railway Station, at a distance of 1.7 kilometers. The nearest airport is Rajahmundry Airport, at a distance of 91 kilometers.

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