Malluru famous for Sri Ugra Narasimha Swamy temple, is located app 90 Km from Bhadrachalam(famous Sri Rama Shrine in south India) and app 130KM from Warangal City.
This temple has many specialities, the height of mollaviraat Sri Narasimha Swamy is upto 10 feet. It is located in the midst of forest. The Belly part of Moolavirat idol is soft as human skin.
The dwjasthambha here at the temple is nearly 60 feet in height.
There is a rockformed Ugra Anjaneya Swamy Statue near to the temple. There is a photo of it above in this post. It is the first of its kind known in South India. There is a continuous water flow near the temple, where its from the top of the hills.
The temple has been renovated during Godavari pushkarams 2003. The temple is located 4km from into the forest from the village Mangapet, which is on the Eturunagaram-Bhadrachalam Highway. The last photo is my trip to Malluru in 2004 with my friends.
There will be an annual proceeding here in the month of apr-may every year. Many people visit this temple from the surroundings during oct-jun. There are APSRTC buses from Bhadrachalam to Hanumakonda (via eturunagaram, manuguru), which have a halt at mangapeta on the road. Own Transport or Autos can be preferred from mangapeta to the temple.