Lord Narasimha in Dharmapuri Laxmi Narasimha Swamy temple appears in the Yogic form, in Padmasana (seated form) with His palms bending on His knees. One of the unique features of this temple is that there is an idol of Lord Brahma, about 6 feet tall, with four faces.
As you go around the temple, you will find nearly eight idols of Lord Hanuman, a big idol of Lord Yama (God of death) at the gate, idols of Lord Krishna and Balarama (elder brother of Sri Krishna). The river Godavari that flows by the side also has many prominent spots having a historic significance. There is a small stream called Bhadra, which joins the river Godavari near the temple. It is said that a lady who was an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu wanted to marry Him. Finally, when she could not, she turned into a small stream and merged into the river Godavari in order to be with the Lord all the time. There are many such spots; some of them have a mention in the puranas while some don t.