Bhramaramba Cheruvu is located in the ancient northern pathway to Srisailam from Umamaheswaram, at a distance of about 70 km from Srisailam. It is at Latitude of 16.9º N and longitude of 78.41º E. This place is situated amidst wild and beautiful forest environment. There is a very large man-made water storage tank in this place. This tank seems to have been enlarged and reconditioned in 16th century A.D. There are historical remains of a Siva temple, Devi shrine and a hero stone. The temples of this place were surrounded by a huge compound wall which was probably built in 16th – 17th Centuries A.D.
Mallikarjuna and Goddess Bhramaramba were worshipped here. The Mallikarjuna temple faces to east and consists of Garbhagriha and Antharalaya. The Bhramramba temple is located to the right side of the Swamy temple. Both these temples were connected by a mandapa which was believed to be constructed in later stage. Several small shrines are also seen in the temple complex.
This is a must visit place during the pilgrimage of Srisailam. One can see here a small group of Chenchus, the local tribal people, still leading a primitive way of life.