Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Devasthanam

Dharmapuri is a Town in Dharmapuri Mandal in Karimnagar District of Telangana Dharmapuri Camp; Telangana , India. This town earned otherworldly significance on account of the nearness of the place of worship, which is devoted to the Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The sanctuary has two altogether different icons of the ruler Narasimha Swamy. The most established of these symbols is called "pata Narasimha Swamy" which implies the more seasoned Narasimha Swamy and the sanctuary that was built up later is called "kotha Narasimha Swamy" which implies the better and brighter one. 

The Dharmapuri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple is a standout amongst the most vital settlements of Vedic Brahmins in the state. Consistently in the long stretches of March and April, fans of the Lord meet up to praise the acclaimed Dharmapuri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Aalaya Jatara. The town, in the long stretch of December, gets occupied for the festival of Mokshada Ekadashi.

Sri Lakshmi Narsimha Swamy's kshetram in Dharmapuri is one among the nava Narsimha Kshetrams in Andhra Pradesh. Prior, this place was directed by the ruler Dharma Varma henceforth the place is known as Dharmapuri. According to the chronicled foundation of the place, however this refuge existed decidedly before 850-928 BC, it was beat by the Bahumani Sultans in the year 1422-1436 and again in the seventeenth century, the asylum was patched up. In this refuge, swamywaru is cut in Shaligram shila.

Sacrosanct stream Godavari streams close by this shelter as Dakshinavahini and subsequently this place is additionally called as Dakshina Kashi and Teertharajamu. Next to the standard divinity of the refuge Vishnuswarupa pro Sri Narsimha, there are safe houses of Brahma Dev and Sri Rama Lingeshwara Swamy. Since there are three divinities Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh remain in a similar safe house, this shelter is for the most part called Trimurthy Kshetram.

This place in like way has the asylum of Yama Dharma Raja. There is a prominent saying here which says "One who comes to Dharmapuri won't go to Yamapuri". This place has Venkateshwar Swamy, Ugra Narsimha Swamy, Sri Anjaneya Swamy, Sri Venugopala Swamy, Sri Yama Dharma Raja and Sri Ramlingeshwara Swamy refuges. This isn't just a favored place yet besides acclaimed recorded. Dharmapuri Kshetram is origin for Vedas, obsolete culture, music, forming and verse.

The Godavari River spouting in this place, has Brahmagundam, Satyavatigundam, Palagundam, Chakragundam. According to the Sri Dattatreya Puranam, the Godavari course here streams as Dakshinavahini, the fans who visit three times and scours in this channel and takes darshan of Swamyvaru will have his wrongdoings and three ages sins washed off.

Lovers have solid conviction that one who reveres Sri Lakshminarsimha Swamy will be calmed of mental, physical issues and credit duties what's more get wealthier and have a more supportive nearness ever.

Sri Swamy vari Brahmotsavam is managed each year for 13 days from Phalguna Shudda Ekadashi. Correspondingly amidst the Vaishaka masam a nine day Sri Narsimha Jayanthi Utsavam and Mukkoti Ekadashi amidst the Dhanurmasam is managed.

Adjacent to that, Swamyvari Nitya Kalayanam, nitya Annadanam is done in the shelter. Another recognizing quality of this sanctuary is, early mornings abhishekam is finished with panchamrutham. Also, once in typically Godavari Pushkarams happens. Individuals who experience the shrewd effects of Kujadosham, marriage issues/duties/flourishing should visit the sanctuary on Tuesday. Resulting to tidying up in Godavari River they ought to perform Sri Lakshmi Narsimha Swamy vari Abhishekam and Narsimha homam, Kalyanam. They will be reduced off every last one of their issues.

Temples in Telangana abound in legends. The Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple is no exception. The area within and around the temple is dotted with legends and interesting anecdotes. One such legend is about the stream Bhadra which was in its previous birth a woman who in order to fulfill her desire to be with Lord Vishnu was reborn as the stream. The Bhadra stream which joins the Godavari actually does fulfill her desire by flowing with the Godavari beside the temple.

Temple Timings

  • 5 am to 2pm and then again from 4 pm to 8 pm. 

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