All Information about Kalwa Narsimha Swamy Temple

Kalwa Narasimha Swamy Temple is located in the Kalwa village, in Koneru, Nirmal district, Telangana state, in South India. The temple is at a distance of 11 km from Nirmal. Devotees who go on a trip to the famous Basar Saraswati Temple, often stop by this temple to offer prayers, as it falls on the way. 

Kalwa Narasimha Swamy Temple is dedicated to Lord Narasimha Swamy. The temple belongs to the medieval period and it was built with good architecture and patterns. Kalwa Narasimha Swamy Temple is one of the most popular temples visited by many devotees every year. The shrine is popularly known for performing various types of special pujas on all the Hindu auspicious days and festive days following the Vedic rules and regulations in a very strict and religious manner. 

Another interesting fact about this shrine is that visitors, tourists, devotees, and pilgrims are offered Vana Bhojanam (forest meal under trees) in the noon hours. No one remains hungry after reaching this shrine inside the forested area of this particular region as they are served meals.

alwa Narsimha Swamy Temple

At Kalwa Narsimha Swamy,  the deity is represented seated in a yogic posture. To his side, we see Narsimha Swamy’s consort, Goddess Lakshmi. This is a rare form of God, as we see that most of the other temples usually house the more furious avatar of Narsimha Swamy. 

One can also get to witness a Ratham or the holy chariot on the temple premises. The Ratham is decorated with different types of colorful flowers on special occasions and it carries the idols of gods and goddesses.  

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Although it is built in the medieval period, the architecture of the temple is quite impressive. Kalwa Narasimha Swamy Temple is known for its unique architectural significance. As the temple is situated in between the jungle, the premises have a calm atmosphere that is suitable for conducting various types of prayers, pujas, homams, yagna, and other religious functions and activities to a large extent.

The entrance gateway of this temple is quite attractive depicting a small tower with images of Hindu Gods and Goddesses. The architectural style of the temple is completely based on the South Indian style. 

As per the Vedic rules and regulations, the sub-temples in this temple complex are arranged in systematic aspects. The walls and pillars in this temple have large-sized images depicting the glory of Lord Narasimha. 

The main sanctum is a small structure when compared to other Hindu temples in this region. The temple largely resembles a medieval Lord Shiva temple with its actual look and other religious aspects.

Timings:  Morning 6:00 AM to evening 9:00 PM 

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