Basara is the land where the Mother Goddess Gyana Saraswati presence is felt. It comes under Adilabad district of Andhra Pradesh State. One can enjoy a holy bath in the Godavari River a few miles from the main temple. The temple is well connected by roadway and railways. The autorickshaw ply from the main Basar Railway Station to the temple. From Secunderabad Railway Station trains runs upto Basara. Special buses from various big bus stations in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and neighbouring states ply towards Basara.
Basant Panchami is the festival which is celebrated in the month of February every year. Various cultural programme are held in the temple. The very old peepal tree draws the special attention of everybody. People pray to the Goddess of Learning Maa Saraswati and also the peepal tree. The temple is spacious and one can meditate in the premises. The local villagers sell coconut, flowers, fruits and slate and chalk piece for devotees. Boarding and Lodging facilities are very good at Basara . One can enjoy the local tiffins and meals at both the time afternoon and night. The surroundings places are worth for picnic also. The train journey from Secunderabad to Basara is quite pleasing .
Many renovations are being done to the temple to beautify further. On Basant Panchami day the temple is very crowded. Many people bring their child for Aksharaabhiyasam (first learning ) and to have the blessings of Mother Saraswati. A night halt at Basara is worthy. The radiance on yellow face of Goddess is worth mentioning. The Vyasa Maharishi temple is also worth visiting. The pleasant atmosphere draws one attention towards devotion . The whole town of Basara is being blessed by the mother Goddess Gyana Saraswati. The summer vacation (especially may, june) for children is the time when the temple attract much devotees.