The place can
be approached by forest tracks, which start, from
the east of the Ramagiri hill up to a distance of
19 kms. Due to its traditional association with
Ramayana figures the places has become a Centre
of Pilgrimage in the neighboring tracts of Orissa
and Chatisgarh where it is regarded as ‘Gupta
Kedara’. The cave shrine containing the Shiva
Lingam is noticed at a height of 151 metres higher
than the surrounding countryside.
The Gupteswar temple draws over two lakh devotees
from Andhra Pradehs, Chattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh
apart from the state, during Maha Shivaratri. Devotees
also visit the area all-round the years.
How To Reach