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Yadagirigutta Temple – Timings, History, Distance, Accommodation

Yadagirigutta Temple:

The Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple, also called Yadadri or Yadagirigutta temple, is a Hindu temple located on a hillock in the small town of Yadagirigutta in the Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district of the Indian state of Telangana. It is also known by the names Pancha Narasimha Kshetram and Rishi Aradhana Kshetram. Yadadri Temple is referred to as the Tirupati of Telangana. The deity Narasimha, a Vishnu incarnation, is the object of devotion at the temple.

Yadagirigutta Temple History:

Yada, the son of the sage Rishyasringa, is said to have offered penance to the god Narasimha here in the Skanda Purana. Narasimha took on five different incarnations after being satisfied with his penance: Jvala, Gandabherunda, Yogananda, Ugra, and Lakshmi. Yada asked Narasimha to stay in these forms atop the hill. Because of this, the main cave of the temple contains stone effigies of Narasimha in all five of his incarnations. In the past, the temple has adhered to the Thenkalai tradition of South India’s Vaishnava Agama Shastras.

According to yet another legend, Yada’s penance was accepted by Sriman Narayana, who then dispatched Sri Anjaneya to guide the rishi to a sacred location, where the Lord manifested as Sri Lakshmi Narasimha. This location is designated by a temple roughly 5 km from the current temple, which is situated at the base of the Yadagiri mountain. For many years, the sage worshiped the Lord there.

Many tribal people came to worship the Lord at this temple after learning of His presence after Yadarishi got moksha. However, because they lacked education, these followers started doing inappropriate devotion. Sri Lakshmi Narasimha relocated to the hills as a result. The tribesmen failed in their years-long hunt for their Lord.

Years later, the Lord showed Himself to one of the tribe’s pious women in a dream, leading her to a spacious cave where He presented Himself to everyone as five regal Avatars.

This temple does Puja and Aradhanam in accordance with Pancharatra Agamam. The late Sri Vangeepuram Narasimhacharyulu, who was the temple’s Sthanacharya and penned the Yadagiri Suprabhatam, Prapatti, Stotram, and Mangalashasanam, established the puja vidhanam (Puja method).

Yadagirigutta Temple official website:

Yadagirigutta Temple Timings:


4-00 am to 4-30 am – Suprabhatam

4-30 am to 5-00 am – Binde teertam

5-00 am to 5-30 am – Bala Bogam

5-30 am to 6-30 am – Nijabhishekam

6-30 am to 7-15 am – Archna

7-15 am to 11-30 am – Darshnamas (All)

11-30 am to 12-30 am – Maharaja Bogamu

12-30 am to 3-pm – Darshanams

03-00 pm to 04-00 pm Dwarabandanamu


4-00 pm to 5-00 pm – Special Darshnams

5-00 pm to 7-00 pm – Darshnamas (All)

7-00 pm to 7-30pm – Aaradhana

7-30 pm to 8-15 pm – Archana

8-15 pm to 9 -00 pm – Darshnamas (All)

9-00 pm to 9-30 pm – Maha nivedhana

9-30 pm to 9-45 pm – Shayanostavams

9-45 pm – Temple close

Yadadri temple Seva timings & Cost:

Suprabhata Seva – 50.00 – 04.00 am to 04.30 am

Nijabishekam250.00 – 05.30 am to 06.30 am

Nijabishekam ( Couple) – 500.00 – 05.30 am to 06.30 am

Sahasra Namarchana – 216.00 – 06.30 am to 07.15 am

Kunkumarchana ( Friday) (at Ustava Mandapama) – 100.00 – 08.30 am to 09.00 am

Sri Sudershana Homam – 1,116.00 – 08.00 am to 10.00 am

Kalyanothsavam – 1,250.00 – 09.00 am to 11.30 am

Jodu Seva – 500.00 – 05.00 pm to 06.45 pm

Pavalimpu Seva – 50.00 – 09.00 pm to 09.30 pm

One day Bramhostvam – 2,001.00 – 09.00 am to 11.30 am

Three days Bramhostvam – 2,516.00 – 09.00 am to 11.30 am

Five days Bramhostvam – 3,516.00 – 09.00 am to 11.30 am

Anjaneya Swamy Akupuja (Tuesday ) – 316.00 – 09.00 am to 11.00 am

Sri Ammavari Lakshaa Tulasi Archana – 2,500.00 – 07.30 am to 09.00 am

Shathagatabhishekam(Swathi Nakshathram only) – 750.00 – 04.30 am to 07.00 am

Laksha Bilwarchana in Shivalayam – 250.00 

Andal Ammavari Abhishekam (Friday only) – 216.00 

Ashtotharam – 100.00 

Shegradarshanam – 25.00 

Athi Shegradarshanam (1 Laddu 100 grms) – 100.00 

Gandadeepam – 51.00 

Ashwara Sweekaram – 51.00 

Annaprasana (After Nevedana) – 216.00 

Swarna Pushparchana (2 Laddus 100grms) – 516.00(Swamy Vari Shesha Vasthrams)

Sarvaseva Pathakam – 51,116.00 – 04.00 am to to 09.00 pm

Sri Satyanarayana Swamy Vratham Timings

Morning – 07.30 am,10.00 am

Afternoon – 12.00 pm

Evening – 04.00 pm

Ticket price – Rs.500.00/-

Yadagirigutta Temple Accommodation:

There are enough cottages, dormitories, and choultries at the Devasthanam to accommodate devotees and VIPs, as well as air-conditioned rooms for those who like to stay uphill.  The Devasthanam has halls and rooms for pilgrims to stay in as they descend the hill.

Yadagirigutta Temple Address:

Yadadri Temple Ghat Road, Gandhi Nagar, Yadagiripally, Telangana 508115

Yadagirigutta Temple contact number – 08685 – 236622

Yadagirigutta Temple distance:

yadagirigutta temple distance from hyderabad – 1 hr 33 min (65.9 km) via NH163

yadagirigutta temple distance from gachibowli – 1 hr 50 min (121.6 km) via Nehru Outer Ring Rd and NH163

Kukatpally to Yadagirigutta distance – 2 hr (101.6 km) via Nehru Outer Ring Rd and NH163

Secunderabad to Yadagirigutta distance – 1 hr 30 min (63.8 km) via NH163

How to reach yadagirigutta temple:

Yadagirigutta is located 60 kilometers from the state capital of Hyderbad, 6 kilometers from the Raigiri Railway Station, and 13 kilometers from the Bhongiri Bus Station.

Enough buses are provided by RTC from many depots.

Private or personal vehicles owned by enthusiasts Additionally, Temple keeps up a minibus.

places to visit near Yadagirigutta Temple:

Yadadri Surendrapuri Temple

Kolanupaka Swetamber Jain Mandir

Bhongir Fort

Bhuvanagiri Fort

Yadagiri Gutta (Yadadri), Kalyana katta

Yadagirigutta Temple Photos: 

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