Yadagirigutta Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple is one of the Navanarasimha kshetras (9 famous temples dedicated to Lord Narasimha swamy) in Andhra Pradesh. Annual Brahmotsavam is the major festival celebrated in the temple.
Yadagirigutta Brahmotsavam is celebrated for 11 days, starting from Phalguna Shudda Vidiya to Dwdashi (the second day to 12th day in Phalguna masam: February / March). In 2014, Brahmotsavam starts on March 3 and ends on March 13. Lakshmi Narasimha swamy Kalyanotsavam date is March 10, 2013.
Other major festivals celebrated at Yadagirigutta temple are – Narasimha Jayanthi celebrations (from Vaisakha Shudda Dwadashi to Chaturdashi), Pavithrotsavams (Shravan sudda Dasami to Dwadashi), Adhyayanotsavams (Margashira Sudda Dasami to Margashira Pournami), and Dhanurmasa Utsavalu.
Utsavams in Yadagirigutta Temple Brahmotsavam 2014
3 March 2014 : Swasthi vachanam and Ankuraropana
4 March 2014 : Dwajarohanam, Bheri Puja, and Devata ahwanam
5 March 2014 : Jaganmohini Alankara seva and Sesha vahana seva
6 March 2014 : Sri Krishna alankarana and Hamsa vahana seva
7 March 2014 : Vatapatra sai alankaram and Ponnavahana seva
8 March 2014 : Govardhana giri alankaram and simha vahana seva
9 March 2014 : Rama avatara alankaram, ashwa vahana seva, and Swamivari edurkollu
10 March 2014 : Hanumantha seva and Sri Swamivari Kalyanotsavam at 10 pm
11 March 2014 : Vendi Garudavahana seva and Swamivari Rathothsavam at 9 pm
12 March 2014 : Purnahuthi, Chakratheertham, Srivari Pushpayagam, and Dopu utsavam
13 March 2014 : Ashtottara shata ghatabhishekam and Dolotsavam.
Yadagirigutta Temple is the abode of Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy. The main deity of this temple is incarnation of Lord Maha Vishnu. The Main Festival in the temple is Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Annual Brahmotsavams. Every year Srivari Brahmotsavams commences on Palguna Sudda Thadiya and concludes on Palguna Suddha Dwadasi for a period of 11 days. The temple is located at a distance of 60KM from Hyderabad in Nalgonda District, Andhrapradesh, India.