The Dichpally Ramalayam located at a distance of 20 k.m. from Nizamabad enroute Hyderabad. The temple was built in the 14th century by Kakatiya Kings, the Dichpally Ramalayam is the one of the oldest temple in the Nizamabad. Temple was built of black and white basalt stone, with the finest architecture and excellent craftsmanship of goddesses, animals, devils and Khajuraho style erotic structures on it. This ancient temple has awesome sculpture with extremely beautiful carvings on temple walls, ceilings, pillars, and door frames.
This temple has 105 steps and a pedestrian subway connecting it to Raghunadha Temple in the Nizamabad urban center.The temple is visited by thousands of devotees on the festival Sri Rama Navami.. The Dichpally Ramalayam is one of the finest example of stone architecture, built in white and black Basalt stone. The entrance to the steps is grased by a decorative gateway “ Keerthi Thorana” which is reachly engraved and bearing the Kakatitya style of architecture. The Surrounds area of the temple fills with water every year during the monsoons and the temple assumes the look of an island.
How to Reach:
Rajiv Gandhi International Air Port, Hyderabad, nearly 190 KMs from Nizamabad.
Nearest railway station is Dichpally and Nizamabad. All trains will have stop at Nizamabad, which are passing through Nizamabad.
Dichpally Ramalayam is located at a distance of nearly 20 km from Nizamabad town and is easily accessible by road.