Village and Mandal
Location of Kulcharam
in Andhra Pradesh and India
Coordinates 17.9553°N 78.1989°E / 17.9553°N 78.1989°ECoordinates: 17.9553°N 78.1989°E / 17.9553°N 78.1989°E
Country India
State Andhra Pradesh
District(s) Medak
Assembly constituency Narsapur
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)


469 metres (1,539 ft)

Kulcharam or Kulsaram (Telugu: కుల్చారం) is a Village and Mandal in Medak district of Andhra Pradesh, India.

It is bounded by Tekmal, Papannapet, Medak, Yeldurthi, and Andole mandals.


Kulsaram is located at 17°57′19″N 78°11′56″E / 17.9553°N 78.1989°E. It has an average elevation of 469 metres (1541 ft).


According to Indian census, 2001, the demographic details of Kulcharam mandal is as follows:

Kulcharam village has a population of 4,522 in 2001.

Jain Teertha

Shri Vighn-harneshvar Parshv-Nath Digamber Jain Atishaya Kshetra, Atishaya Kshetra (Place of Miracle):

It is one of the Jain Tirthas in India. Shri Kshetra Kulcharam’s Parshv Prabhu appeared himself and considered as Svayam vyakth place. The large idol of Bhagwan Parshvanath in standing posture was recovered during the construction work of government flats. A magnificent temple with Dharm-Shala was constructed by the Jain Samaj, Hyderabad. This idol has shown miraculous results and the darshan of Vighn-haraneshvar Parshv-Nath believed to diminishes the worldly worries and fulfills the desired.

Main idol of principal deity Bhagwan Parshvanath is made of black stone of 11 feet and 3 inches in height, and in standing posture with 7 serpent hoods overhead and belongs to 9th century. Water of consecration flows from all the hoods and then through head and shoulders it comes to feet. The scene of consecration by milk looks like the flow of pearls. The process of consecration is done according to Gomateshwara in Karnataka state.



The villages in Kulcharam mandal includes: Amsanpalle, Chinna Ghanpur, Etigadda, Mohmdapur, Kistapur, Konapur, Kongode, Kulcharam, Paithara, Pothamshettipalle, Pothireddipalle, Rampur, Rangampet, Sangaipet, Variguntham, Yenigandla


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