Yadagirigutta Temple in Yadadri Bhuvanagiri District of Telangana State

Yadagirigutta Temple in Yadadri Bhuvanagiri District of Telangana State: Yadagirigutta is a unique and delightful location with a pleasant year-round climate. 3,000 to 6,000 pilgrims visit the Temple daily for pujas, weddings, anointings, and other rituals. The population grows dramatically on weekends, holidays, and festivals.

Yadagirigutta Temple

Yadagirigutta Temple

According to the Third Age Hindu texts or Puranas, there was a sage named Yadarshi, the son of the famous sage Sri Rishyasringa Maharshi and Santa Devi. He meditated inside the cave under the watchful eye of Sri Anjaneya Swami. Sri Narasimha Swami appeared in front of him, delighted with his devotion. The Swami showed himself in five various incarnations after Swami as Sri Jwala Narasimha, Sri Gandabherunda, Sri Yogananda, Sri Ugra, and Sri Lakshminarasimha, and is hence venerated as the Pancharama Narasimha Kshetra. The Sudarshan Chakra directs worshipers to approach the temple. In the 15th century, Sri Krishnadevaraya, the famous monarch of Vijayanagara, wrote in his autobiography about the temple that before going to war, he would always visit the temple and pray to the Lord for success. The Ghat Road connects the town to the capital and the nearest significant towns. This shrine is well-known throughout Telangana.

How to reach Yadagirigutta Temple

By Air:

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (HYD) is the airport that is closest to the city.

By Train:

Rayagiri(RAG) is the closest railway station.

By Road:

Yadagirigutta is connected to other places by roads. NH163 is very close to it. There are frequent bus services from Hyderabad, Nalgonda, Hanmakonda, and Warangal.

Yadagirigutta Temple in Yadadri Bhuvanagiri District