Basar is a village situated on the banks of river Godavari; the serene and pious nature attracts the kith and kin. Built at the confluence of the rivers Mangira and Godavari this temple is adorned by the goddess of knowledge and wisdom The Goddess Saraswathi.
Basara Saraswathi Temple is one among the two temples of this Goddess in India. The other is in Kashmir.
Let’s take the tour of the vibrant historical heritage in and around Nirmal.
There are many places of worship built which reflect the amalgamation of various cultures and traditions.
Among them the most important and most visited place is the temple of Basar, the abode of Goddess
of Learning, Goddess Saraswathi.
Basar is well connected by rail and road. One can go by train, The Secundrabad –Manmad Express that stops at Basar.And all state transport buses from Hyderabad.
The temple authority provides the Devasthanam Choultry for the devotees and visitors for their stay. There are many guesthouses, restaurants and hotels available on reasonable tariffs.
The temple of Goddess Saraswathi at Basar is one among the two temples of this Goddess. The other is in Kashmir.