Dharmapuri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple

History

Sri Yoganand Lakshmi Narsimha Swamy’s kshetram in Dharmapuri is one of the nine Narsimha Kshetrams of the Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh. Besides Lakshmi Narsimha Swamy,  Lord Vishnu avatar's there are also Brahma Dev and Sri Rama Lingeshwara Swamy. As the three deities Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh reside in the same temple, the temple is also known as Trimurthy Kshetram. This place has also has a shrine for Yama Dharma Raja. It is also said that “One who comes to Dharmapuri will not go to Yamapuri”. It also have Venkateshwar Swamy, Ugra Narsimha Swamy, Sri Anjaneya Swamy, Sri Venugopala Swamy, Sri Yama Dharma Raja and Sri Ramlingeshwara Swamy temples. Dharmapuri Kshetram has a great history and also a birth place for Vedas, ancient culture, music, literature and poetry. It is strongly belived that, the devotees who visit these temple three times and take an holy bath here can have three generations sins washed off and can also be relieved of mental, physical problems and loan debts and also get wealthier and lead a healthier life ever. This place got the name Dharmapuri because of the king Dharma Varma who was a great devotee of sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy. The temple had a great glory before 850-928 BC, when Bahumani Sultans invaded this place the temple was destroyed in the year 1422-1436 which was reconstructed in 17th century. For once in every 12 years Godavari Pushkarams takes place in this place. Sri Swamy vari Brahmotsavam is organized every year for 13 days from Phalguna Shudda Ekadashi. In the same way during the Vaishaka masam a nine day Sri Narsimha Jayanthi Utsavam and Mukkoti Ekadashi during the Dhanurmasam is organized. 

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Dharmapuri, Rotte Venkamma Illu, Karimnagar, Telangana 505425
Temple Timings : 5 am to 2pm and then again from 4 pm to 8 pm.
087242 73227

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