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Situated on the banks of the Khan river, Krishnapura is a town found 3 kilometers close to Surathkal and goes under the territorial boundary of the Mangalore City Corporation, Karnataka, India. These cenotaphs when lit amid the night offer a stunning display which is delighted in by many individuals each night. A artificial water reservoir or lake has been built on the stream beds of the Khan waterway alongside delightful patio nurseries, wellsprings and sculling office which increase the value of the entire experience of exploring these rich presentations of the past. A gathering of cenotaphs are the fantastic remainders of the different Holkar rulers. Highlighted with incredible design wonder of the Maratha style vaults and pyramidal towers, these cenotaphs serve the travelers with a chronicled puzzler which stays in everyone's heart for a long time. The spot is extremely accessible by all methods of transport starting from cycle rickshaw to private cars.

Lakshmi Narasimha Temple - Krishnapura

The Lakshmi Narasimhar Temple can be found around 55 km from Chennai and 21 km from Arakkonam, in Narasingapuram, Thiruvallur. From the times of grandeur and glory that existed in South India. The sanctuary of Lakhsmi Narasimha at Narasingapuram still gloats the period of Cholas and Vijayanagara Rayas. The Lakshmi Narasimha Temple is arranged in the town of Narasingapuram accepted to be named after the temple. There are around of 14 engravings in and around the sanctuary in which two of them have a place with the Chola period. Also, this stands as a prove that the sanctuary even survived the Saivism wave that produced results under the Cholas in the early period like numerous other vital Vaishnavite sanctuaries that survived it in South India in the early period. All these engravings are in Sanscritised Telugu which is still a nearby dialect winning in the encompassing regions of Narasingapuram.
By entering inside the enclosure, one can see the land of Lakshmi on Narasimha's back with her fingers, nails and rings, all beautifully sculptured. At present the idol of Goddess Lakshmi has been kept at Kamalapura Museum. However, the idol of Narasimha with bulging eyes and delineated mane still attracts a majority of tourists. The idols of Lord Narasimha and Goddess Lakshmi were carved out from a single boulder. Also known as the Ugra Narasimha, the original structure had his consort Lakshmi sitting on his lap. Now only the hand of Lakshmi can be seen attached to Narasimha at the back. The statue of Lakshmi was damaged during enemy invasion.
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Best time to visit
October to February
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Open Hours
4.00 am to 9.30 pm
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Narasimha Statue - Krishnapura

The Lakshmi Narasimha statue is a standout amongst the most forcing figures found in the demolished town of Hampi. The forte of the model is that it is the biggest stone monument statue in Hampi. The statue is situated on the southern side of the Hemakuta gathering of sanctuaries that stands on the Hemakuta Hill. This huge stone structure is thought to be among the most essential landmarks found in Hampi. It is a noteworthy vacation destination and is gone to by an extensive number of individuals all through the year.This is the biggest statue in Hampi. Narasimha is perched on the loop of a huge seven-headed snake called Sesha. The leaders of the snake goes about as the hood over his head. The god sits in a leg over leg Yoga position with a belt supporting the knees.You can achieve this spot by the primary street. The sanctuary is situated at mid way for the main street that unites the Sacred Center to the Royal Center.
A 17 to 20 feet statue of Lord Narasimha in a sitting position. Made from a single stone, it also had lord Lakshmi on his lap. The statue was marred by Sultans and now is called Ugra Narasimha.
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Best time to visit
October to February
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Open Hours
6:00 AM to 6:00 PM
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Ugra Narashimha - Krishnapura

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.
We next went to the giant 22ft statue of Ugra Narsimhan which was partially destroyed by Mughal conquerors and is still undergoing restoration.
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