it seems that this much hallowed Narisimha kshetra is bereft of the archamurti
in the garbha griha, although there are mandirs and mini-shrines for several
deities. But there is a well built, grandly adorned big shrine for Mother
Mahalakshmi outside the compound. This is a hill temple extremely popular as a
picnic spot and visited round the year to offering prayers. The garbha griha of
the Narisimha temple enshrines the foot prints of Lord Narishma who
it is said visited this place after the samhara of Hiranyakasipu. They are
treated as the actual archamurti and all agamic rituals are offered to them with
great due veneration.
Mother's shrine lying outside has all the parts like garbha griha, tower prakar
etc., and the icon feasts the eyes with unusual beauty. Prayer services are
offered according to Agama tents. The Utsavamurthis are kept in the nearby village
called Aamudala for safety and are brought here on the festival days. like car
festival celebrated on the auspicious Ratasaptami.
lies 35 km of Anantapur of Andhra Pradesh.
commanding bus facilities.