Sammaka Saralama Jatara, or Medaram Jatara, is a Hindu deity worshiped in the state of Telangana in India. Medaram begins in the Tadvai, Mandal in Warangal district.  It is the struggle, of a mother and daughter, Sammaka ,and Saralama, with rulers against an unjust law. After the Kumbh Mela, the medieval Jatara is believed, to attract the largest devotees, of the country. About 10 million people gathered in 2012.
The tribes is celebrated on the goddesses. when it is believed that they will meet them. Medaram is a distant place in the Thanjavur Wildlife Sanctuary. It is the largest forest area in Thanjavur.
Sammaka Saralama Jatara, is the time for the world’s largest tribal religious council, every two years (twice), about 10 million people are at this place for four days from Warangal city 90 km. The Samakha Jatra Government is a state of Telangana. Many of the tribal devotees from various, states of India (MP, Orissa, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Jharkhand) come to the festival, to celebrate Jatara.The bungalow / gold (Bellam) people who have a weight ,for the gods have holy bath in the Jambane Vahu (stream). This is a ceremony, without chemistry or Brahmin influence.
Until 1998, the only way to reach Medaram, was in a bullock car. In 1998 the state government, officially announced, the 1000th anniversary festival.
In 2008, it was estimated that about 8 million, people attended the event. This fair is said to be the largest satisfactory board of tribal communities, in the world. Traffic jams during the festival, are sometimes, 60 km away at Warangal highway.
Sammaka Saralama Jatara or Medaram Jatara(location):