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Dec 3, 2017

Sri Ugra Narasimha of Shree Venkataramana Temple, Mulky

Mulki, a village situated on the banks of the holy river Shambhavi, has popularity bellying its small size. Shri Venkataramana Temple belonging to the Gowd Saraswath Brahmin Community shines like a jewel in the crown and has brought fame and glory to Mulki.
Shri Venkataramana – God of Prosperity, Shri Ugra Narasimha – Annihilator of fright and misfortune, Shri Bindu Madhav – God of Grandeur – thus Shree Venkataramana Temple is the sacred place of confluence of these three dieties – a Triveni Sangam in all respects.
Besides these three on the Simhasana are :
Two Vittala Idols – one belonging to Vatsa Gotra and another to Atri Gotra. These are on either side of Shri Ugra Narasimha on the central peetha of the Simhasan.
Idol of Kadugola Krishna to the left of Shri Ugra Narasimha
Idol of Vedavyas to the right of Shri Ugra Narasimha

“Sri Ugra Narasimha of S.V. Temple, Mulky, is known across places far and near. His divinity is realised by innumerable devotees. He is Gracious. All those who take shelter in His Lotus feet attain their ambition without failure. He is the Great Protector who liberates his devotees from all miseries and sufferings of life. He loves all who love him and pray for His mercy. He is Merciful. He pardons all our sins of all kinds if we surrender to Him. If prayed with implicit faith He gives strength to face any problem in life. He blesses His devotees with everything to make life worthy and happy. Such a Great Lord Sri Narasimha adorns the throne of the sanctum-sanctorum of S.V. Temple, Mulky.”
– H H Srimad Sudhindra Thirtha Swamiji

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