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I visited Nadi narasimha temple on the banks of the stagnant River kanva along with family. I felt very sad about the plight of the river kanva. Since 20 years there is no water flow in the river, the priest told. Can v do anything...More
It’s very close to Navaneetha Krishnan temple, you can combine the visit to both the temples. The road to this temple is very narrow. The temple is is the middle of paddy fields. First time saw a wood apple tree which is located just in...More
Nadi Narasimha is identified in this manner due to the Kanva River (nadi is river in Kannada) behind it. Legend has that Kanva Rishi installed the statue of Sri Narasimha Swamy here. The statue of stone is about 3-4 feet, has a old-world feel to...More
We went to this temple little late and at around 12.15 PM we reached. THough the temple timing was over and closed the Archakar Swamy there was very curteous and made arrangements for us to have Darshan. Excellent location and very peaceful place.
A slight deviation from Malur Krishna temple. Drive is through lands with lots of greenery and trees. The temple is about 3-4 kilomteres from the main road. The temple is in the Cauvery river and named as Nadi Narasimha. Narasimha and Laksmi idols and some...More
A small temple dedicated to Lord Narasimha close to the Navaneeta krishna temple. One has to take a right from the main road to visit this temple for which the locals will guide you. There was supposed to river near this temple earlier but now...More
This is a Hindu temple on the banks of Kanva river (rarely we see water in it), about 4 kms south of Channapatna. The deity is the fiery Man-Lion god Narasimha, who bestows his benevolence on sincere devotees having his darshan here. Quite an ancient...More
Nadi Narasimha swamy temple is located in Channapatna taluk of Ramanagara District. On the way to Mysore, one has to take right opposite Navaneetha Krishna temple to reach this temple. This temple is situated on the banks of River Kanva, and one has to go...More