Within the same Lakshmi Nrusimha vigraham, the backside of the Vigraham is carved with Sri Amrutha Narayana. Within the main deity of temple, Sri Sai Amrutha Narayana the energy of Amrutha Narayana is there, however, here you will see Sri Amrutha Narayana standing on Kurma, with Bhumadevi to His right and Sridevi to the left.
The Vigraha Peetham (idol base) has the eight forms of Lakshmi (Astalakshmi) along with Lakshmi Nrusimha carved on the front side and the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu (Dasavataras) at the back.
A special symbolism is indicated by the placement of the idol directly facing Goddess Pratyangira, which represents the transfer of energy from the Goddess to Lord Vishnu to facilitate the incarnation of Nrusimha.
The unique combination of Lord Nrusimha and Sri Amrutha Narayana bestows devotees with good health as well as courage to face the trials and tribulations of life. Amrutha Narayana is the lord of Divine elixir (Amrutham) and in His manifestation as Dhanvantari, provides Oushadham (medicine) for all diseases.
Abhishekam: Abhishekam to the idol is performed every Tuesday in the morning.