- Medaram Jatara held once in every two years for four days, attracts nearly 1.5 crore devotees from all over. People take a holy dip in the red water of Jampanna Vagu as part of the rituals, in memory of the sacrifice made by Sammakka – Saralamma.
- The biennial Sammakka – Saralamma Jatara in Tadvai of Mulugu district is one of the largest congregations of devotees in India.
- More than one crore devotees from across the country visit the tiny village of Medaram during the four-day event.
- Medaram Jatara commemorates the fight of a mother and daughter, Sammakka and Saralamma, against an unjust law issued by the reigning Kakatiya rulers.
- On the occasion of MedaramJatara, the devotees present jaggery of a quantity equal to their weight as an offering to the goddesses.
- The jaggery (Bangaram) is considered as pure as gold which is given back to devotees as prasadam.
Beautiful night view of Telangana Kumbh Mela Medaram Sammakka Sarakka Maha Jana Jathara.
- Explore the wonders of Medaram Jaathara through the Heli Ride from Hyderabad.
- For the convenience of devotees heading to Sammakka Saralamma Jatara in Medaram, Telangana Tourism has inaugurated helicopter services from Begumpet Airport, on Sunday.