Monday, February 10, 2020

Medaram Temple Timings

Medaram Temple Timings

The temple located in Medaram is nearly 90 km from Warangal city, the district headquarters and there are regular buses available during the annual Jatara. Many tribal devotees from different states of India (Andra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Orissa, Maharashtra, Karnataka and parts of Jharkhand) reach to the festive place to celebrate the Jatara.

The Sammakka Saralamma temple in Warangal was built during the 12th century. This temple has no mythological background relating to the construction of the temple; instead, it is believed to be built in the memory of two tribal women. The main deity(s) of the Sammakka Saralamma temple are two brave women who stood up for their community and its betterment. They became Martyrs in the battle. According to the legend, once a troop from the Koya tribal community was returning from a trip, when they saw a little girl playing with the tigress. The head of the troop saw the girl and inspired by her bravery, he adopted her and named her as Samakka. Later she married a headman of a neighboring tribal group and had a daughter, Sarakka. Both the mother and daughter protested the Kakatiya kings who forced the tribes to pay taxes. Both the women fought bravely and reportedly lost their lives. The Koya community constructed this temple as a token of gratitude. Annually an event called Sammakka Saralamma jatara is held which is considered as one of the largest tribal festivals of the world. The deities are brought from the forest to a spot for a period of 10-12 days when more than one crore devotees offer prayers and gift 'bangaram', which is pure jaggery to the deities. The entire place reverberates with divine chants and elaborate arrangements are made for this Jathara with thousands of buses plying to and for with pilgrims.

This reasonable is said to be the biggest rehashing conglomeration of ancestral groups in the entire world. Convenience is accessible at Laknaam Lake 35 km - Haritha Resort, Tadvai 14 km - couple of Cottages and ITDA Guest House at Medaram. Roughly 6 million individuals unite more than three days around the little town of Medaram and its adjoining, Jampanna Vagu.

Sammakka Saralamma Temple Warangal Timings:
Day Timing
Monday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Tuesday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Wedesday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Thursday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Friday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Saturday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sunday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm

Note: Medaram- Samakka Sarakka Jatara held once in every two years during the month of February is open between 6:00 am to 8:00 pm.

1) The darshan timings of the Sammakka Sarakka Temple might change during festivals and special days.

For Devotee’s convenience, at Darshanbooking we have compiled a list that shows Sammakka Sarakka Temple Distance from various cities, Railway Stations and Nearby Airports :

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Distance to Sammakka Sarakka Temple
S.No Cities/Railway Stations/Airport Distance (in Kms)
1 Distance between Warangal and Sammakka Sarakka Temple 46 Kms
2 Distance between Hyderabad and Sammakka Sarakka Temple 236 Kms
3 Distance Between Uppal and Sammakka Sarakka Temple 111 Kms
4 Distance between Dharmapuri and Sammakka Sarakka Temple 132 Kms
4 Distance between Jeedimetla Substation Bus Stop and Sammakka Sarakka Temple 125 Kms

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