Hemachala Narasimha swamy temple unique features.
- Statue height is around 9 feet located on small hillock.
- Dwjasthambham is 60 feet in height.
- Natural swayambhu in forest near Mangapet mandal
- Sandal paste oozes out of Statue’s navel.
- There will be an annual proceeding here in the month of apr-may every year. Many people visit this temple from the surroundings during oct-jun.
- Lord Narasimha is believed to be incarnated from a Volcano mountain.
- Chintamani Jalapatham (water fall / rivulet) is known for its continuous flow of water with medicinal properties. The water is collected and taken and used as remedy for chronic diseases.
- Koneru / Cheruvu near temple get replenished with water from Lord’s feet.
- Situated in beautiful nature’s lap
When one touches the Idol, the Idol feels like Human skin and is flexible as a Human!
Sage Agastya did penance here and got its name from him. Hema is Lakshmi and Achalam is hill. Laskhmi is Vishnu’s consort calming down of Ugra/ferocious Narasimha swami
- Hemachala Narsimha swamy temple is one of the famous temples in India.
- It was popularly known as Hemachalam in the ancient times.
- In the course of time it came to be known as Mallur. This hillock is adorned with many temples and is known for its herbal, medicinal plant protection centre.
- The hillock is in the shape of a half moon.
- The divine Veeranjaneya resides on the ghat protecting the environment from all odds.
- This ghat is the residence of Sri Uma Maheshwara, Sri Rama and Seetha and Sri Venugopalaswamy.
- It is believed that the devotees who offer their prayers to the deity along with Sri Uma Maheshwara and visit the other temples in the region of Mallur are saved from all troubles and tribulations.
- The Chintamani Lake flows through the forest area of the Hemachalam ghat as a stream all through the year. This is a divine elixir which drives away the diseases from the people who drink it.
- All the factors in this divine area are of much historical significance.
- It is sorrowful and regretting that most of the temples in this area like the Veeranjaneya swamy temple, Ramalayam, Sri Lakshmi Devata, Yeddumukka and the Mallur Mandapa are in a dilapidated state and are in need of resurrection and restructuring.
- The abode for so many medicinal trees and miracles needs protection and resurrection by one and all. We plead all the devotees to support for the great cause to reinstall these temples by way of monetary donations and through their psychological support.
- To commence this great work, we plan to resurrect the Veeranjaneya swamy temple. We desire your strong support for this cause.