Yadagirigutta is a unique and pleasant place that enjoys a harmonious climate in all seasons. The place is visited by an average of five thousand to eight thousand pilgrims every day for their pujas, weddings, anointings etc. The population is growing significantly on weekends, holidays and festivals.
According to the Hindu scriptures or Puranas of the Third Age, there was a sage named Yadarshi, who was the son of the great sage Sri Rishyasringa Maharshi and Santa Devi. He meditated inside the cave with the gaze of Sri Anjaneya Swami. Sri Narasimha Swami appeared before him, pleased with his devotion. The Swami himself manifested himself in five different forms as Sri Jwala Narasimha, Sri Gandabherunda, Sri Yogananda, Sri Ugra and Sri Lakshminarasimha after Swami and is therefore worshiped as the Pancharama Narasimha Kshetra. The Sudarshan Chakra is a guide for the devotees towards the temple. In the 15th century, the great king of Vijayanagara, Sri Krishnadevaraya, mentioned in his autobiography about the temple that before going to war he would always visit the temple and pray to the Lord for victory. The town is well connected to the capital and the nearest major towns by the Ghat Road. This temple is very popular in the Telangana region.
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How to Reach :
The nearest Airport is Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (HYD)
The nearest Railway station is Rayagiri(RAG)
Yadagirigutta is well connected by roadways. it is very near to NH163. Frequent bus facility is available from Hyderabad,Nalgonda,Hanmakonda and Warangal too.