LAKSHMI NARASIMHA TEMPLE NAMPALLY GUTTA

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Lord Lakshmi Narasimha, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The temple is settled on a little hillock on the Vemulawada Karimnagar thruway. The icon was cut out of the stone around which the temple was manufactured.

  • Distance (From Vemulawada Bus Station): 4.5 Kms
  • Visited From: Vemulawada Bus Station
  • Trip Duration (Including Travel): 1-2 Hours
  • Place Location: On Vemulawada – Karimnagar Road
  • Transportation Options: Cab / Auto / + Walk/Trek
  • Timings: 9 AM to 5:30 PM

Address: 

Nampally Gutta
Nampayy Village, Near Vemulawada
Karimnagar
505302

Accomodation:
The Devasthanam is having Suffiicient number of  Choultries  , dormitories and cottages for providing accommodation to the devotees and V.I.P.s including A.C Rooms  to stay on the uphill.  In the down hill the Devasthanam is having  Rooms   and  halls for staying of the pilgrims.

At a distance of 2 km from Nampally Bus Stop, 4.5 km from Vemulawada Bus Stand, 3 km from Vemulawada Temple & 32 km from Karimnagar, Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple is situated at Nampally Gutta.

s.no           Seva   Puja Cost (Rs)    Time
1.  

Suprabhata Seva

50.00
04.00 am to 04.30 am
2  

Nijabishekam

250.00 05.30 am to 06.30 am
3  

 

Nijabishekam ( Couple)

500.00 05.30 am to 06.30 am
4  

Sahasra Namarchana

216.00 06.30 am to 07.15 am
5  

Kunkumarchana ( Friday)
(at Ustava Mandapama)

100.00 08.30 am to 09.00 am
6  

 

Sri Sudershana Homam

 

1,116.00 08.00 am to 10.00 am
7  

 

Kalyanothsavam

 

1,250.00 09.00 am to 11.30 am
8  

Jodu Seva

500.00
05.00 pm to 06.45 pm

 

9  

Pavalimpu Seva

50.00 09.00 pm to 09.30 pm
10  

One day Bramhostvam

2,001.00 09.00 am to 11.30 am
11  

 

Anjaneya Swamy Akupuja (Tuesday )

 

316.00
09.00 am to 11.00 am

 

12  

Shathagatabhishekam
(Swathi Nakshathram only)

750.00
04.30 am to 07.00 am

 

13  

Sri Ammavari Lakshaa Tulasi Archana

2,500.00 07.30 am to 09.00 am

 

Nampally Gutta is located in Nampally Village, Karimnagar near Vemulawada. Sri Rajarajanarendra was ruled this area by the centre of nampally villege. One day lord shiva came to his dream when he was a laper and told to build a temple for him at the middle of vemulawada and gone.Then rajarajanarendra was constructed the temple 100 years ago.

The icon was cut out of the stone around which the temple was manufactured. The guests need to walk a couple of hundred stages that prompt the best from closest the stopping territory at base. The climb is minimal soak may take up to 15 minutes.

One the path to the Narasimha temple, there is a temple for Naga Devatha. The temple was worked in a model of Snake. Guests can enter the holy place through the snake’s midsection – a long, winding passage. There are statues portraying the account of Prahalada and Hiranyakasipu. Toward the finish of the passage, the statue of Lord Narasimha murdering the evil spirit Hiranyakasipu is available.

Vehicles are only restricted to a certain point on the hill from where the tourists have to walk a few hundred steps that lead to the top. The climb up to the temple may be strenuous as it is slightly steep. When you reach the top of the hill, you will reach this small temple dedicated to Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy.

The temple is nestled on a small hillock on the Vemulawada – Karimnagar highway. It is a small shrine dedicated to Lord Lakshmi Narasimha, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The idol was carved out of the rock around which the temple was built. The visitors have to walk a few hundred steps that lead to the top from nearest the parking area at bottom. The climb is little steep may take up to 15 minutes.

One the way to the Narasimha temple, there is a temple for Naga Devatha. The temple was built in a model of Snake. Visitors can enter the shrine through the snake’s belly – a long, winding tunnel. There are statues depicting the story of Prahalada and Hiranyakasipu. At the end of the tunnel, the statue of Lord Narasimha killing the demon Hiranyakasipu is present. There are also a few ancient idols of Naga Devatha. At the entrance of the temple, one can find a statue of Lord Narasimha breaking his way out of a pillar.

 

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