Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Its located 65 kilometers from the city center and it attracts huge gathering of people on Sundays and public holidays.
The name is derived as Lord Narasimha is also known by its other name as Yadagiri and ‘gutta’ in Telugu means hill, so the name is Yadagirigutta Temple. The sanctum of main deity is located in a cave under a slating rock and maximum only people can enter it.
Temple is open from 4 Am to 9.30 Pm and following the darshanam timings
Darsahanam Timing during the morning
Suprabhatam at 04-00 am to 4-30 am
Binde teertam at 04-30 am to 5-00 am
Bala Bogam at 05-00 am to 5-30 am
Nijabhishekam at 05-30 am to 6-30 am
Archana at 06-30 am to 7-15 am
Darshnamas (All) at 7-15 am to 11-30 am
Maharaja Bogamu at 11-30 am to 12-30 am
Darshanams at 12-30 am to 3-00-pm
Dwarabandanamu at 03-00 pm to 04-00 pm
Darsahanam Timing during the evening
Special Darshnams at 04-00 pm to 5-00 pm
Darshnamas (All) at 05-00 pm to 7-00 pm
Aaradhana at 07-00 pm to 7-30pm
Archana at 7-30 pm to 8-15 pm
Darshnamas (All) at 8-15 pm to 9 -00 pm
Maha nivedhana at 9-00 pm to 9-30 pm
Shayanostavams at 9-30 pm to 9-45 pm
For VIP darshanam the price is Rs 150 per head.
The temple is located 65 km from Hyderabad and its well connected by Roadways and Railways. If you are traveling by roadways then take the road from Hyderabad traveling to Warangal. APSRTC buses are operated in this route from Hyderabad and Secunderabad to this part of the world. The nearest Railway station is Raigiri for passenger trains and Bhongir for express trains towards Vijaywada and Nagpur from Hyderabad. Its official site is http://www.yadagirigutta.in and http://www.yadagirigutta.org.
The other places to see in the near vicinity if you are visiting the Yadagirigutta is the Bhongir fort.