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Ugra Narasimha Temple



Ugra Narasimha Temple in Maddur of the Hoysala Dynasty is a fine reflection of architectural finesse. It enshrines the 7 ft high shining black idol of Lord Narasimha with eight hands and three eyes, killing Hiranyakashipu and wearing the viscera as garland. The temple also houses a number of other shrines. The walls around the complex are ornately decorated with beautiful frescoes.



Updated on 15th December, 2005
District: Mandya
Location: Maddur

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