Temple is opening at 4.00 a.m. early morning and it will be closed by 9.30 p.m. In peak days like Sunday/Saturday /Festival Days the temple would be opened one hour earlier than the schedule time
Mythological & Historical
Sri Maha Vishnu Came from out of the pillar as per the desire of Bhakta Prahladha and killed Hiranya Kashyapa,who is father of Prahladha ,who is beloved devotee of Maha Vishnu
In Ancient days Sri Yada Maharshi son of Sri Rushyashrunga Maharshi with the Blessings of Anjaneya Swamy had performed great penance for Lord Narasimha Swamy. After securing blessing for his penance Lord Narasimha had come into existence in Five Avatharas called as Sri Jwala Narasimha, Sri Yogananda Narasimha, Sri Ugra Narasimha, Sri Gandaberunda Narasimha, Sri Lakshmi Narasimha. As such this is known as “Pancha Narasimha Kshetram”. The devotees who worship this deity with devotion, the problems faced by them in regarding their “Graha”, the difficulties through evil spirits and their all mental problems are being cured by the God & Godess. All the difficulties faced by the devotees are being cured through herbal medicines like fruits, flowers and Tulasi Teertham. The devotees who believe the Lord. He is appearing to them in their dreams and conducting operations also.

 Darshanam Timings : Morning

04-00 am to 4-30 am           Suprabhatam
04-30 am to 5-00 am           Binde teertam
05-00 am to 5-30 am           Bala Bogam
05-30 am to 6-30 am           Nijabhishekam
06-30 am to 7-15 am           Archana
7-15 am to 11-30 am           Darshnamas
11-30 am to 12-30 am         Maharaja Bogamu
12-30 am to 3-00-pm          Darshanams
03-00 pm to 04-00 pm        Dwarabandanamu

Darshanam Timings : Evening
04-00 pm to 5-00 pm         Special Darshnams
05-00 pm to 7-00 pm         Darshnamas (All)
07-00 pm to 7-30pm          Aaradhana
7-30 pm to 8-15 pm           Archana
8-15 pm to 9 -00 pm          Darshnamas (All)
9-00 pm to 9-30 pm           Maha nivedhana
9-30 pm to 9-45 pm           Shayanostavams
9-45 pm                             Temple close

Kalyanamu : 08-00 am to 11-00 am
Jodu savas : 05-30 pm to 07-00 pm
Athi sheegra Darshnam : will be allowed from 07-15 am to 07-00 pm And from 08-15 pm to 09-00pm by collecting fees at Rs 100/- with (2) laddu prasadam. V .I.p Darshan on peak day is arranged at Rs-150/- with two laddu prasadams

Getting Around Hyderabad By autovala

Auto rickshaws are a good mode of transport in Hyderabad for places close by. The auto rickshaws cannot be missed, as they are found everywhere and can be recognised by the yellow colour and its three wheels. It is commonly referred to as just ‘auto'. It has a canopy for cover and the driver sits in the front. There is usually a three seater at the back for passengers, though sometimes more people can be accommodated.

The auto runs by metre and the passenger is charged by the kilometre. Autos are available at airports, railway stations and bus stands. They are found even in shopping areas and in residential localities in and around Hyderabad. Autos are popular as they are cheaper than taxis in Hyderabad.

Sometimes the auto driver (auto wallah) will also play his favourite tracks on his music system. The auto metre starts from a minimum amount and after the minimum distance travelled, it starts ticking, adding the extra fare till you reach your destination.

Note: If you take a ride after 10:00 pm, the auto driver will demand an extra fare of ‘half return'. This means that if the meter displays Rs 50, then an additional half amount, i.e. Rs 25 will be added and you will have to pay the driver Rs 75.

Most autos have a place at the back where you can keep some luggage. Make sure you do not leave anything behind when you get down.

Getting Around Hyderabad By Bus

Buses are a good mode of transportation in Hyderabad. APSRTC currently has more than 4000 buses running within the city. You can use these services anywhere in Hyderabad, but you need to check on the timings and schedules. There are various bus services such as the ordinary service, Metro Express and Veera. The latter two are semi luxury and luxury buses in Hyderabad that have fewer halts between any two points. These services are faster than the ordinary bus service which stops at all designated stops.

Boarding the Bus - As you see the bus approaching the bus stop, stand up so that it is clear to the driver that you want to board the bus. To hop on to the right bus, look at the destination sign which is above the front wind shield, to check the route number and destination. If it is not clear, then do not hesitate to ask either the conductor or the bus driver. Generally, the entry and exit for ladies is through the front door and men get in through the rear door. Front seats are reserved for women and men can occupy the rear seats.

It is a good idea to keep the exact change ready to buy the ticket. The ticket conductor will issue a ticket specific to your destination and the cost of the ticket will depend on the distance. Keep the ticket carefully till you disembark from the bus.

Get Off at Your Stop - During your ride be alert so that you do not miss your stop. If you are in doubt, it is best to ask the conductor to tell you when your destination is approaching.
By Auto Rickshaw (Auto)

Getting to Hyderabad By Road

Hyderabad is well connected to several important cities of India such as Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Warangal, Nagpur, and Vijaywada amongst other cities. The highway network linking Hyderabad to other places in India is also very good. Three National Highways - NH 7, NH 9 and NH 202 - pass through the city. The city will also be part of the North-South Corridor. Hyderabad is also located in the heart of the Telengana region and is hence well connected to cities and towns in this region.

The city also boasts of one of the best laid out internal road systems. There are several flyovers in city which has helped decongest traffic to an extent. Many important roads in Hyderabad are three-lane on each side. The inner ring road and the yet to be constructed outer ring road will ease some of the city's traffic problems, as now most of the heavy vehicles are directed through these roads to reach the national highways, bypassing the city.

However, as it is with most Indian cities, the city traffic is still chaotic due to the increase in vehicles and lack of lane discipline. Driving in Hyderabad is no longer a pleasure and has become a stressful experience for vehicle owners. Added to traffic snarls is the increase in number of road accidents, common among two-wheelers and auto rickshaws.
Alternative Transportation in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is linked to various parts within the city by a good MRT system (mass rapid transit system), which is a blessing for commuters who can now reach their destination fast and in comfort.

But if you want to get the feel of the city, you can try out the 3-seater and 7-seater autos. If you prefer comfortable rides, you can hire air-conditioned cabs which are just a phone call away and make getting around Hyderabad easy.
Bus Service

The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) is the main bus service in Hyderabad. It was established in 1932, with just 27 buses as part of the Nizam State Railways-Road Transport Division. However, today it has a fleet of nearly 19,000 buses and has the honour of being listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest state transport undertaking in the world. APSRTC connects various parts of the city and has a good frequency of buses, enabling passengers to commute between locations easily.
Getting Around Hyderabad