Students of history are still in a condition of contention over the grave of Vijayanagara sovereign Sri Krishnadevaraya, who ruled from 1509 to 1530 as the third leader of the Tuluva administration. There are no unmistakable engravings about the head and his main priest Thimmarasu's graves, and just conviction by local people. Individuals trust the grave is arranged in a mantap worked in center of Tunga-bhadra River at Anegundi that has a fortress with numerous doors, a Durga sanctuary and tombs close to the stronghold entrance. Vijayanagar lords used to implore before each fight at the Durga sanctuary, at that point they would visit Pampa Sarovar and Shri Laxmi sanctuary.
While Krishnadevaraya's rajguru Saint Vyasaraja Swami, and his forerunners and successors have very much stamped tombs a couple of meters from the area, the ruler's tomb evades lucidity. Local people trust that the 60-column mantap is the ruler's tomb. "Typically for any history, engravings assume an indispensable job while individuals' conviction gone on through ages is the third need. Nonetheless, there are no engravings accessible about the extraordinary ruler," student of history Vempalli Gangadhar from Kadapa said. He said even Thimmar-asu's grave had no unmistakable validness. A tomb arranged on Penukonda slope in Anantapur area, summer capital of Vijayanagar domain, is accepted to be that of Thimmarasu.