Pavurallakonda or Pavurallabodu is the nearby name of a slope, prominently known as Narasimhaswamy Konda, close Bheemunipatnam around 25 km towards north of Visakhapatnam, in the Indian territory of Andhra Pradesh. It is situated at a tallness of around 150 meters above mean ocean level.
Pavurallakonda comprises of a destroyed slope top Buddhist devout complex most likely saw human home from third Century BCE to second century CE. It is one of the Largest Buddhist Monasteries of North Coastal Andhra Region. Hinayana Buddhism may have thrived at this slope top site.Initial Excavation of this site yielded numerous relics. Two Brahmi mark engravings, establishments of Viharas, roundabout chaityas, votive stupas, lobbies and so forth are situated among the remains.
Coins, cleaned product, dots and so forth were recouped from the site by the state paleohistory Department of Andhra Pradesh. Almost Sixteen shake cut reservoirs are cut on the slope for the capacity of rain water. Unearthings and Restoration Program are under advance at Pavurallakonda.