We walked further down the road, from the Lord Krishna temple, under the stone gateway. After a few yards, on the right side, was a board that indicated the direction to the Lakshmi Narasimha (Ugranarasimha) and Badavilinga temples. Agricultural lands surround these temples. It's a nice fusion of Green lands (indicating life) and Gray sculptures (indicating bygone period).
The idol depicts the angered form of the Lord; but, the greenery tends to give a cooling effect. I was mesmerized by this idol. How beautiful would the complete idol have been? Well, that's beyond my imagination. Spend some time here to seep in the energy that the idol and the surroundings emit.
Adjacent to this temple is the Badavilinga temple. I loved the idol especially with the water surrounding it. Let the photos talk about its beauty!
At the entrance, craftsmen sell artifacts made of stone. Ensure that you bargain reasonably; sometimes, they tend to quote a fancy price. Well, art is priceless, though. We bought a stone chariot.