Temples of Lord Nrisimhadeva are situated in many parts of India. But below you can find the most prominent and beautiful temples that can be visited by the devotees to cherish the pastimes of the Lord.

ISKCON Mayapur

West Bengal

Lord Nrisimhadeva resides in the Sri Mayapur Candrodaya Mandir, protecting and reciprocating with His devotees.  Although the entire universe trembles in fear due to His formidable anger, in Sridhama Mayapur, His devotees experience the sweetness of His loving protection and mercy.  

Ahobilam Nrisimha Swami Temple

Andhra Pradesh

Nrisimha Swami Temple at Ahobilam is most famous historic temple of Lord Nrisimha in India. The temple is located at Allagadda and a very beautiful place to visit near Kurnool.

Melkote Yoga Nrisimha Temple


Yoga Nrisimha Temple at Melukote taluk is the most sacred place in Karnataka. The place is famous for Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple and Yoga Nrisimha Swamy Temple on the top of the hill.

Yadagirigutta Nrisimha Temple


Lakshmi Nrisimha Temple at Yadagirigutta is dedicated to Lord Nrisimha, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

There is another most famous temple of the incarnation of Lord Vishnu at Simhachalam, Varaha Lakshmi Nrisimha temple.

Hare Krishna Golden Temple


The Hare Krishna Golden Temple is the 1st Golden Temple in Telangana and this transcendental temple of the Lord has a 50-foot Golden Dhwaja Stambh, 4600 square foo Maha Mandapam and five golden stairs Rajagopuram. 

Lakshmi Nrisimha Temple

Andhra Pradesh

Lakshmi Nrisimha Temple is a Vaishnavite temple and one of the eight sacred places of Lord Vishnu in India. It is also known for being one of the eight mahakshetras Nrisimha in India. It is one of the temples in the series of three temples located on and at the bottom of the hill, the other two being Panakala Nrisimha Temple on the hill and Gandala Nrisimha Temple at the top of the hill.

NrisimhaSwamy Temple

Tamil Nadu

Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture and Rock-cut architecture, the temple is located in the Salem – Namakkal- Trichy Road. The legend of the temple is associated with Narasimha, an avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu appearing for Lakshmi, his consort, and Hanuman.

NrisimhaPalli Temple

West Bengal

Nrsimhadeva Temple is situated in Devapalli. It is well known since Satya Yuga. After bestowing His mercy on Prahlada by killing Hiranyakasipu, the Lord came here to rest.

NarasinghJi Temple


The statue of Lord Narsingh Ji is established in a cave or gufa. The cave is fulfilled with darkness and the shriddhalus are came into that cave. People who suffer from malignant spirits and black magic or spells are believed to get their relief when they make an appeal for relief to Shri Narsingh Ji Maharaj

Prahalad Ghat

Uttar Pradesh

The Prahlad Ghat is a Hindu pilgrimage site dedicated to Prahlad, son of Hiranyakashipu and it is located in Hardoi district of the state of Uttar Pradesh, northern India. The ghat is located along with the Narasimha temple.

Shri Laxmi Narasimha Temple


There are two murtis of Shri Narasimha in the main temple, one is made of sand and the other of black stone. The original murti was replaced by a duplicate one due to the fear of Aurangzeb. There is a big bell located near the west door. This bell was originally a church bell located at the Portuguese church of Vasai.

Varaha Lakshmi Narasimha Temple

Andhra Pradesh

Sri Varaha Lakshmi Narasimha temple, Simhachalam is a Hindu temple situated on the Simhachalam Hill Range, which is 300 meters above sea level in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. It is dedicated to Vishnu, who is worshipped there as Varaha Narasimha. As per the temple’s legend, Vishnu manifested in this form (lion’s head and human body) after saving his devotee Prahlada from a murder attempt by the latter’s father Hiranyakashipu.

Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Temple


The Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Temple is the foremost temple of Gowda Saraswat Brahmins in and around Thalassery. The Temple is located in the heart of Thalassery town, in the Kannur district of Kerala. The temple and the prathishta faces North which is a unique feature. The temple was established in 1831 A.D.

Vedadari Narasimha Temple

Andhra Pradesh

In the temple, the main image of the deity shows Narasimha with Lakshmi sitting on his left lap. There are five forms of Narasimha that are worshipped at this temple, which is why it is called the Pancha Narasimha Kshetram. These five forms are Vira Narasimha, Salagrama Narasimha, Jwala Narasimha, Lakshmi Narasimha, and Yoga Narasimha. 

Guru Narasimha Temple


The main image of Narashima, lion-faced and two-handed, is dated to the 8th century. The temple of Guru Narasimha is located on NH 66 at a distance of 22 km from Udupi city.

Narasimha Temple


The presiding deity is a four-armed Narasimha image seating on a pedestal. His upper left hand holds a conch, upper right-hand holds a disk while his major left and right hand are busy killing the demon. The base of the pedestal is carved with a series of females, in Anjali mudra.

Narasimha Temple


The temple is facing towards west and the height of the temple is about 60 ft. Local people also called this temple as Nrusingha Temple and Nrusimha Temple. The presiding deity is Lord Narasimha. There are two images of Lord Narasimha inside the temple, one behind the other.