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Located inside the village, the temple is the abode of Someshwata and Shankara Narayana deities. The uniqueness of this temple is tghat the deities of both Shankara and Narayana are carved in the same stone. Amrutyheshwari, Chandikeshwari and Narayanaswamy are the other deities in the temple.
It is the oldest and historical temple at Suttur Srikshetra. The idol if Narayanaswamy, measuring four feet, was installed in 1169 BC by Sri. Lakshmaiah, commander of Sri Narashima I of Hoysala dynasty. The temple, which had been in a dilapidated condition, was renovated recently by Sri Math.
This temple is located about a kilometer away from the village in a hilly portion on Nanjanagud - T. Narasipura Road. The idol of Veerabhadreshwara measures about 6 feet. People from surrounding villages are the devotees of this temple. Special poojas are performed at this temple on the occasion of Jatra Mahotsava.