Bugga Rameshwaram Temple in Vikarabad District

Bugga Rameshwaram Temple in Vikarabad District: Lord Shiva is honored at the Ramalingeshwara Swamy Temple. This temple has been around for more than 500 years. Under the Shiva Linga of the temple, there is an underground stream that runs constantly all year long. Near the temple, a pond formed from the water. This is where the river Musi began, which runs through Hyderabad.

Bugga Rameshwaram Temple

Bugga Rameshwaram Temple in Vikarabad District

Maha Shivaratri is the most important holiday here and is well observed. On this important day, many people come to this temple to pray.

The Bugga Ramalingeshwara Swamy temple is in the village of Bugga Rameshwaram. It is 7 km from Anantagiri Hills (Padmanabha Temple), 6 km from Vikarabad, and 78 km from Hyderabad. This is where the River Musi starts.

How to Reach Bugga Rameshwaram Temple

By Air:

The closest airport is Rajiv Gandhi Airport in Shamshabad, Hyderabad.

By Train:

The Ananthagiri Hills are only 8 km from the Vikarabad Railway Station.

By Road:

The Ananthagiri hills are about 90 km from Hyderabad and are easy to get to by road.

Bugga Rameshwaram Temple in Vikarabad District