The Ugra Narasimha Statue is an enormous rock cut icon of Lord Narasimha situated toward the south of Hampi in northern Karnataka. One of the significant Tourist attractions of Karnataka, the Ugra Narasimha Statue Hampi is accepted by some to have been made in 1528 AD, amid the rule of Krishnadevaraya. Ugra Narasimha-who is in the posture of holding HiraNyakashipu on his lap and tearing endlessly at his guts with two hands. The rest of six hands hold different weapons. At the foot of this eight gave savage Narasimha is the little Prahlada remaining with collapsed hands. Ugra Narasimha who is in the stance of holding HiraNyakashipu on his lap and tearing ceaselessly at his digestion systems with two hands. Initially, the Ugra Narasimha Statue Hampi bore a smaller picture of Goddess Lakshmi situated on one knee of Narasimha. The whole statue of Narasimha and Lakshmi was cut out of a solitary rock, thus the specialists needed to repay the complication of the work by the hugeness of the structure.