Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls, Mahabubabad Telangana

One of the most beautiful waterfalls is situated in Seethanagaram village of Gudur Mandal of Mahabubabad district of Telangana state. It is located at a distance of 10km from Gudur Bus stand, this beautiful waterfall is known as Bheemuni Paadam and is hidden inside the dense green forest.

Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls, Mahabubabad Telangana
Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls, Mahabubabad Telangana

More about it, this Bheemuni Paadam waterfalls from a hillock of about 20 feet in a semi-circular shape, the stunning music of water will relax your mind. The place is so ideal for the weekend gateway for families, couples, travelers, and others.

The special thing is, when the sun rises and shiny crustal water shines in the rainbow color, meanwhile it reflects the rainbow color which is a very amazing and beautiful view to see. The water falls from a height of about 70 ft, and even a cave beside the falls is said to be almost 10km long.

Apart from the waterfall, there are several lakes nearby that can be explored as well. There are idols of Lord Shiva and Nagadevatha in a small place near the falls where visitors perform poojas. Well, you definitely wondering that, why it is called Bheemuni Paadam waterfall, right? Actually, there is a rock in the form of Bheema’s footprint, through which the water flows hence it is named Bheemuni Paadam (Bheema’s footprint).

But there is a little story behind the Bheema’s footprint on a rock. Once upon a time, there was a ruler in the Papamedagutta region named “Yadava Raju” and he was married to two women. And one day Raju was blessed with a daughter for his first wife and when Yadava Raju visited Papameda Gutta (Hills). In anger at this thing, the second wife of Raju planned plan the murder of his first wife and her daughter. 

Following the plan of Raju’s second wife, she planned to build a house name LakhaMedha, a wooden house that can easily catch the fire. And they both were caught in the fire at the time when Pandavas was making the forest adobe live. And in order to save the mother-daughter lives, Bheema set foot on the rock formation and made a way for the water and saved both lives.

Since then, this waterfall flows through the foot of Lord Bheema’s rock, and when the sun rises and sets the water shines with rainbow colors, and flowing water connects and fills all the nearby three lakes. 

Apart from the waterfall, the other attraction is the idols of Lord Shiva and Nagadevatha, which tourists attract the most because the architecture of the idols is incredibly amazing. Well, if we talk about the timings then the best time to visit the waterfalls is during the monsoon time. A large number of people visit during that time plus, the waterfall would be high during the monsoon and the weather will be pleasant, so you can enjoy it more.

To reach the waterfall there are various ways, road, train, bus, and by air.

By road- if you are traveling by road, Bheemuni Paadam Waterfall is at a distance of 3 km from Bhupathipet, 10 km from Gudur Bus Stand, 55 km from Warangal, 88 km from Khammam Bus Station and 205 km from Hyderabad. You can ask the locals for further traveling during the forest walking. Reach the place, there are some ways, if you are traveling from Warangal to Narsampet then it is 59.5km and from Narsampet it is only 17km, to reach the Kommula Vanch village.

By train- The nearest Railway station to reach Bheemuni Paadam Waterfall is Kesamudram Railway Station, which is about 25 km. From there, it needs to cover the distance by road or by bus or taxi.

Buses- there is a number of buses from Warangal. This waterfall is at a distance of 54.3 km from Warangal and is about 3 km from Bhupathipet situated between Manoharabad and Narsmapet. 

By Air- the nearest airport to this Bheemuni Paadam Waterfall. The nearest airport is Warangal Airport, which is about 43 km from Bheemuni Paadam Waterfall, and then take a bus or taxi to reach the waterfall from the airport.

Hope you like the article, stay tuned for further information and updates, and keep visiting!

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