Sri Malyavanta Raghunathaswamy temple is located atop the Malyavanta Hill. This temple is dedicated to Lord Rama. Malyavanta Raghunathaswamy Temple becomes built by way of Krishnadevaraya of Vijayanagara Kingdom. According to mythology, Lord Ramachandra and his brother Lakshmana stayed here during the rainy season, in their search of Sita.
This 16th century temple was constructed around a massive boulder in Dravidian architectural fashion. The east dealing with temple includes a sanctum, porch, a huge pillared pavilion and a huge pillared corridor with a huge courtyard. There are gopuras at the temple's front. The essential shrine includes Lord Rama, Lakshmana and Sita's idols with the idol of Lord Hanuman kneeling near them, all carved out of a single boulder. A gap found on the ground is packed with water that is stated to be made through Lakshmana together with his arrow. Right in the back of the temple is a cave temple devoted to Lord Shiva with a small Shiva Linga.