Parnasala Overview

Ranked 6 of 16 sightseeing in Bhadrachalam

Parnasala is a significant mythological sightseeing destination of Bhadrachalam. It is also one of the popular villages of Andhra Pradesh known for its ancient tales and beliefs. This village is famous as the place where Lord Rama stayed with his wife and brother during his 14 year exile.

The village has River Godavari flowing at the foot of its elevated land. At this place, there is also a Lord Rama temple. A small hut and foot prints are also seen around the village depicting the traces of incidents of ancient times, when Rama stayed here and his wife Sita was kidnapped by Ravana. There are also hoof marks of the popular golden deer of this mythology along with the wheel marks of the chariot on which Devi Sita was carried away by Ravana. The place which witnessed the sad mood of Lord Rama after this incident is known as Soka Rama.
 

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What travellers are saying about Parnasala

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 2-3hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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Entry:
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Not Allowed:
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Reviews and Ratings

Sahithya Bairu

Sahithya Bairu2.9/5

2 reviews

It seems real and natural

This place is situated nearly 40 kms from Bhadrachalam. This temple is also maintained by SRDH BCM. Its atmosphere is good and temple is located on the bank of the River Godavri in Khammam Dist Telangana.

Sharath Kb

Sharath Kb3.6/5

3 reviews

Historical place to visit

Place were Lord Rama his brother Laxman and Sita mata stayed in forest. Located near Bhadrachalam. It explains you about the incidence took place at the time of Lord Rama's vanvas. Nice display of story using statues in park. Taking photos was prohibited but somehow we managed to click few. Place where you can take your kids. Overall good place to visit. Spend a hour to relax. Calm place but not at weekends.

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Raja Sekhar

Raja Sekhar5.0/5

5 reviews

Beautiful place

It is a very beautiful place in which lord Rama stayed in the time of excilenear to panasala. There are idols of lord Rama, Sita and Laxman, Ravan took Sita from this hut only.

Raghavendra

Raghavendra4.3/5

2 reviews

Simple and peaceful place, be careful when buying stuffs

There is no luxury way of more of transport but more of transport was frequent. Dont buy ippapuvvu which is sold there its alcoholic and down to temple we can go for boating which gives forestry view and beautiful place to go. In normal shop cool drinks and other chips are double the rate some time out dated so best suggested is not to buy. Area and hilly place which is worth watching and visiting.

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Jai  Kumar

Jai Kumar2.9/5

2 reviews

Religious place where Godavari River flows nearby

We visited this place about 35 kms from Bhadrachalam. It is religious place to see where Ram and Sita stayed. One can visit the place and also have a boat ride near the temple. Godavari River flows near the temple.

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