Limbadri Gutta Narasimha Swamy Temple, Bheemgal in Nizamabad district of Telangana is one of the popular Temples dedicated to Lord Narasimha Swamy. The Temple is located on a hill named ‘Nimbachalam’, which means a hill full of Neem trees.
Brahmotsavams in Karthika Masam, Narasimha Jayanti Utsavams in Vaishakha Masam, Pushya Saptahotsavam in Pushya Masam and Vasantotsavam on Phalguna Pournami are the grand festivals celebrated in the temple of Limbadri Gutta.
How to reach Limbadri Gutta Temple
Locally called as Limbadri Gutta is 5 Km away from the temple town Bheemgal. It is to the east of the temple town Bheemgal well connected with road.
From Hyderabad the temple town Bheemgal is 200 Kmts away. It is towards Nagpur. One has to take N.H.7 towards Nagpur. Crossing Kamareddy and Dichpally and Armoor. At Armoor there is a diversion from N.H – 7 to right side. From here the temple town is 25 kmts away. Journey is of 5 hrs from Hyderabad.
From the district head quarters, it is 50 kmts away. Journey is of 75 minutes. There are no. of busses from Hyderabad to Bheemgal. Also direct busses are there from Hyderabad, Nizamabad, Armoor, Kamareddy, Basar, Kammarpally, Deglur.
From the temple town of Bheemgal
There are busses, jeeps, autos that continuously fly towards the hill temple. Up to Nizamabad there is train facility which is connected with Hyderabad and Maharashtra tracks.
Limbadri Gutta Temple – Parampara
Limbadri Gutta Temple is a Swayambhu (self-originated). As per the Kshetra Mahatmyam, the legend and the history dates back to Adi krutayuga.
There is a written history of 29 generations about the priests (Dynasty tree-Vamsha Vruksham) of this temple which is second longest written Vamsha Vruksham available to till date.
The Sampradaya that is followed in this temple is Dwaita. This Madhwa sampradaya is being followed from more than two centuries in this temple and there is regular visit of the pontiffs of Uttaradimath to this temple which is under the supervision of Uttaradimath from day one.