Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls

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Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls is pinpointed to the town of Seethanagaram Village, Gudur Mandal, Mahabubabad, Warangal District in Telangana State. Bheemuni Paadam Waterfall came into the spotlight in recent times when tourists began making their way to it. The natural beauty of the Bheemuni Paadam waterfall is small enough to see but the surrounding historical atmosphere of the place mesmerizes each and every individual. When the sun rises and sets the water shines with rainbow colors and is an amazing sight. This water tumbles down from a height of about 70 feet form a pool at the bottom in a semi-circular enclosure. The surroundings are quiet enough except for the area near the waterfall and the flow of water will be heavy during the monsoon season. Adjacent to this waterfall, there is a cave, according to the locals, it is said that the length of the cave is around 10 km long extending up to Pallakonda Temple, another well-known tourist attraction in Warangal.

"This picturesque waterfall is hidden inside a dense forest, where Bheema's Foot-Print will be seen on the natural rock formation, through which the water flows thus it is named Bheemuni Paadam."

History of Bheemuni Paadam Waterfall

Bheemuni Padam WaterfallsOnce upon a time, there was a ruler of the Papamedagutta region named “Yadava Raju” and he was married to two women. Raju was blessed with a daughter for his first wife and when Yadava Raju visited Papameda Gutta (Hills), Raju’s second wife planned to put an end to the lives of Raju’s first wife and their daughter. Raju’s second wife planned on building a house named “LakhaMedha” which was built with wooden sticks which can easily catch fire. Raju’s first wife and her daughter were caught in the fire during which Pandavas were making the forest adobe live. To save the family Bheemasena set his foot on the rock formation thereby making a way for the water and saving Raju’s first wife and her daughter. This waterfall flows through the foot of Lord Bheema and when the sun rises and sets the water shines with rainbow colors, one of the most beautiful things to capture in this picturesque waterfall. This flowing water connects and fills all the nearby three lakes. Around 500 acres of agricultural land will be cultivated every year with the use of this water.

Places To Visit In & Around Bheemuni Paadam

Bogatha Waterfalls, Warangal Fort, Laknavaram Lake, and Ramappa Temple are the major tourist attractions in & around this area.

Best Time To Visit Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls

The best time to visit this waterfall is during the monsoon season as the weather remains pleasant. A large number of tourists visit this place during weekends and on holidays.

Where To Stay


Most of the hotels, cottages, and homestays offer budget accommodation.

How To Reach


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. The route from Warangal starts by taking a left turn at Bhupathipet and reaching the falls via Chinnayellapur. This route ends a kilometer ahead of the waterfall and one has to walk through the thick forests crossing small streams to reach this waterfall.


Tourists can find a fleet of buses and taxis at Warangal. This route ends a kilometer ahead of the waterfall and one has to walk through the thick forests crossing small streams to reach this waterfall.
This waterfall is at a distance of 54.3 km from Warangal and is about 3 km from Bhupathipet located between Manoharabad and Narsmapet.


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


Almost 42 km away, Warangal Airport is the nearest airport to this Bheemuni Paadam Waterfall. The nearest airport is Warangal Airport, which is about 43 km from Bheemuni Paadam Waterfall. One can easily get a cab or a bus to reach the waterfall from the airport.

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