The people are of the belief that the temple was established due to the effort of two sages named Bhoga Maharshi and Brugu Maharshi. Devotees find a Shiva Linga when they travel through an inner route of the temple. The people believe that the inner route leads to Sree Sailam. There was a four feet statue of Lord Veera Bhadra earlier as a result of which the temple was called as Veerappa or Beerappa. Nowadays, the place came to be known as Beeramguda. The temple attained great significance during the reign of Kakatiyas and developed much in 1980's
Bhramarambha Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple Beeramguda
During the days of Sivarathri, the celebrations are held on the great scale for about five days.
Beeramguda is well connected by bus: Beeramguda Bus stop is located near Beeramguda Kaman.Patancheru, Serilingampally and Chanda Nagar are the nearest towns to Beeramguda.
The nearest railway stations are Serilingampally and Chanda Nagar
The nearest airports are RGIA Shamshabad Hyderabad.