Hyderabad is the capital city of the state of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh of South India. Poised on the Deccan Plateau and being one of the giant urban areas in India it is vitally associated with road transport. Brisk journey plans work vastly if bus is your way of travel. The bus journey from Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam shall take you throughout several lovely landscape, lush green plantations and vibrant localities.
Bhadrachalam is filled with a range of temples and it is a Hindu pilgrimage place located on the banks of Godavari River. This temple city is located at a distance of 312 kms away from Hyderabad, where one shall witness the significance of epic Ramayana. I booked online tickets from redbus and quickly made a travel plan to visit Bhadrachalam. I opted to travel by a Semi sleeper AC bus that was comfortable and cost effective. Apart from being reliable and fast, it has an armada of buses plying to Bhadrachalam from Hyderabad on the most of the days. Furthermore, they guarantee the safety measure of travelling by bus and agreeable support of its travellers. There are several reasons to visit Bhadrachalam, as this city portrays an array of things.
I boarded the bus from Miyapur pick up point in Hyderabad at around 9:30pm and reached the temple city (Bhadrachalam) at 6am the next day. The long journey by bus for almost 9 hours was a tiring one yet the bus gave rest stops and ensured all the passengers were travelling in ease.
I have heard a lot about the spellbinding temple structures of Bhadrachalam. I was waiting to explore the city along with my three other friends. My itinerary included Sita Rama Swamivari Devasthanam, Abhaya Anjaneya Temple and Parnasala. I had plans to taste with the local delights too!