The temples of Bidar District include the famous Guru Nanak Jhira, Narasimha Jhira Water Cave Temple, Papanaash Shiva Temple, and Veerbhadreshewar Jatra's at Humnabad and Changlare. Narasimha Jhira Water Cave Temple is more than just a religious site, since thousands of tourists come to behold this lovely temple. This temple of Bidar District enshrines the powerful deity Lord Narasimha on the wall at the end of a cave. There is a natural spring within the cave and the devotees have to wade for at least a furlong inside the cave with waist deep water to catch the view of Lord Narasimha. It is often an exciting experience with bats and owls sitting on the rooftop of the cave. It is also known as Jharani Narasimha Temple. The cave is now facilitated with air-condition and electricity for the convenience of the devotees. This is the only sun-terrain stream of Karnataka, which is 1 km from Bidar district.
Amongst the other temples of Bidar District, this is the most popular Hindu pilgrim center dedicated to Lord Shiva is located in a lush green valley. A pond called Papnasha is made in front of the temple and is supplied with water from a natural spring. It is believed that the shivling here is one of those installed by Shri Ram during the time of his return from Lanka. It is said that snakes guard the idol of Lord Shiva during Shivratri festival. The temples of Bidar District are of great reverence for the local people and also the pilgrims coming to the state.