Beechupalli Hanuman temple is located in Itikyala mandal of Alampur taluq in Mahabubnagar district at the confluence of the Tungabhadra river with the Krishna River. Beechupalli Hanuman is the family deity for the people of Kurnool in Andhra Pradesh, Raichur in Karnataka, Mahabubnagar in Telangana and also for the people of far off places.
As per the available inscriptions, in the areas of the Krishna and the Thungabhadra, this place had great historical importance during the time of Mouryas, Satavahanas, Ikshvakus, Chalukyas of Badami, Rastrakutas, Kalyani Chalukyas, Kakatiyas, Vijayanagar Kings and Sultans. Even today, the place is considered very sacred.
The idol of Hanuman was installed by Sri Vyasa Raya who was the guru of Sri Krishna Devaraya, the ruler of Vijayanagar kingdom. He lived between 1457 and 1539 A.D. Around 200 years ago, a spacious mandapam was constructed in the sanctum sanctorum by Gadwal kings and it is facing south and Hanuman idol is facing the east. There is a Kamili tree in the premises of the temple, which is located on the top of a termite hill. It is always seen with buds, flowers and fruits and around the tree, there is a platform. At the time of Chariot festival, pilgrims pull the chariot up to this termite hill and the Kamili tree.