Found opp Kacheguda Railway Station
This is a delightful sanctuary of Lord Shyam otherwise known as Barbarika, resurrection of Lord krishna in Kalyuga. The sanctuary pulls in loads of enthusiasts day by day however the eleventh & twelfth days of the brilliant portion of consistently in the Hindu timetable is of extraordinary hugeness to the sanctuary. This is on the grounds that Barbarika was conceived on the eleventh day of the splendid portion of the month of Kartika, and he gave his head (“Sheesh”) to Krishna on the twelfth day of the brilliant portion of the month of Mangsir on Monday. Darshan on these two days is in this way thought to be promising and aficionados come in their thousands consistently. The sanctuary stays open for the duration of the night that falls between nowadays. Night–long Bhajan sessions are composed since enthusiasts generally pass the night in singing the commendations of the Lord. Fans arrange Bhajan projects and welcome Bhajan vocalists to sing reverential melodies.