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Bheemgal is located in Telangana
Location in Telangana, India
Coordinates: 18°42′00″N 78°28′00″E / 18.7000°N 78.4667°E / 18.7000; 78.4667Coordinates: 18°42′00″N 78°28′00″E / 18.7000°N 78.4667°E / 18.7000; 78.4667
Country  India
State Telangana
District Nizamabad
Elevation 376 m (1,234 ft)
Population (1990)
 • Total 57,262 by DJPS
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 503307
Telephone code 08463
Nearest town Armoor
Vidhan Sabha constituency Balkonda

Bheemgal is a town and a Mandal in the Nizamabad district,[1] in the state of Telangana in India, 39.65 km from the main city of the District, Nizamabad and 141 km from the State Capital Hyderabad.


Nimbachalam has been a Tapobhoomi, the land of penance, where the Gods and great sages have performed penance to get themselves revealed from their sins. Lord Brahma, after cursed by Lord Siva for having unholy glance at the feet of Goddess Parvathi, performed penance over here to get rid of his sin. Lord Shiva also performed penance here for He committed the sin of killing Lord Brahma (Brahma hatya Pataka). Lord Shiva had to take the form of "Jodulingalu" (Pair of Lingam) on the hill on the order of Sri Narasimha Swami. It is also said that Dharmapala, the king of Kambhoja province, took a holy dip in the Chintamani Lake, which flows on the western side of the Nimbachala hill. He performed tapasya for thirty thousand years to get the divine glance of Lord Sri Narasimha Swami. Even the well-known king Raja Harishchandra, known for speaking truth always, did penance there to get rid of non-righteous act of selling his wife and got relieved of his wrongdoing.


Total population of Bheemgal Mandal is 57,262 living in 12,239 Houses, Spread across total 24 villages and 18 panchayats. Males are 27,924 and Females are 29,338.[2]