Balkampet Yellamma Kalyanam: Note these traffic diversions for 5, 6 July

The Hyderabad traffic police have requested people to take note of the traffic advisory and co-operate with the traffic police

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  4 July 2022 11:30 AM GMT
Balkampet Yellamma Kalyanam: Note these traffic diversions for 5, 6 July

Hyderabad: Balkampet Yellamma Kalyanam at Yellamma Devasthanam in Balkampet will be held from 4 to 6 July. A large number of devotees will visit the temple to attend the Kalyanotsavam on 5 July and Rathotsavam on 6 July. Moderate traffic congestion is expected around Yellamma temple in Balkampet.

To avoid inconvenience, the traffic police have advised commuters to take the following roads and avoid movement towards Balkampet Yellamma Temple:

· Traffic coming from Green Lands, Matha Temple, and Satyam Theatre and going towards Fateh Nagar will be diverted at SR Nagar T junction towards SR Nagar Community Hall –Abilasha Towers – B.K Guda crossroad – Straight towards Sriram Nagar crossroad – Sanath Nagar/Fateh Nagar Road.

· Traffic coming from Fateh Nagar flyover and proceeding towards Balkampet will not be allowed and will be diverted at New Bridge towards Katta Maisamma Temple – Begumpet.

· Traffic coming from Green Lands – Bakul Apartments – Food World will not be allowed towards Balkampet and will be diverted at Food World crossroads towards Sonabai Temple – Satyam Theater – Maitrivanam/SR Nagar T junction.

· Traffic coming from Begumpet, Kattamaisamma temple towards Balkampet will not be allowed and it will be diverted towards Green Lands – Matha Temple – Satyam Theater – SR Nagar T junction left turn to SR Nagar Community Hall.

· By-lanes and link roads from SR Nagar T junction to Fateh Nagar will remain closed.

Parking places for devotees:

· R&B office

· GHMC ground

· Padma Shree towards Nature Cure Hospital roadside parking

· Fateh Nagar under Railway bridge

The Hyderabad traffic police have requested people to take note of the traffic advisory and co-operate with the traffic police.

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