(Last Updated on : 16-05-2014)
Naguesh Temple is dedicated to an incarnation of Lord Shiva - Sri Naguesh. This temple was commissioned during the rule of Veer Pratap Devraya who was a ruler of the Vijaynagar Empire. This temple was renovated in the year 1880. The sabha mandava has complex carvings. The carvings depict scenes from the Ramayana
, Astadikpal and Gandharva. It has a water tank which has a geometrical setting. It is built in such a manner that Lord Naguesh's statue is seen reflected in the water. Lord Shiva
's bull Nandi
guards the water tank. This deity has been referred in Skanda Purana
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