temple is very big and has a three big circle as compounds. The specialty of
this Shiva Lingam is that, the early morning tender Sun light falls on the
Linga. There are nearly 800 ancient scripts on the walls of the temple.
The other shrines in the temple are Brahma, LakshmiNarayana Ganapati, Nakulesvara, Anjaneya, Virupaksha, Nataraja, Kuamara Swamy, Mahisasuramardhini, Saptamatrikas, Bhirava, Viswewwara and Annapurna.
To the right side of Bhimeswara Temple, Kasi Visweswara Temple (South facing) is situated. On the Eastern door (Dwara) Goddess Gogulamma, Western gate Nookambika, Northern side Moodhambike and at Southern side, Ghattambike can be seen.
Draksharamam, is one of the most frequented pilgrim centres of South India. It is one of the Pancharama temples and one among 18 Shakti Peethas.
Draksharama is situated just 6 Kms away from Ramachandrapuram in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh.Draksharamam is located at a distance of 28Km from Kakinada, 50Km from Rajahmundry and 25 Km from Amalapuram.
It is famous as both Shiva kshetra and Shakti kshetra. The temple is installed by Lord Surya. Lord Bheemeswara swamy and Manikyamba are the main deities. This place is also called as Dakshina Kashi.
During Tarakasura vadha, the Shiva Linga which was in the throat of Tarakasura broke into five pieces and one of the pieces fell here. Thereafter, it came to be known as Draksharamam.
After the death of Sati, the 12th part of her bodies that was her left cheek fell here which is now known in the form of Goddess Manikyamba.