Sri Lakshmi Narasimhar Temple is situated around 55 km from Chennai and 21 km from Arakkonam, in Narasingapuram, Thiruvallur. The temple is committed to Hindu divinity Narasimha, who is symbol of Vishnu and his associate Lakshmi. From the times of magnificence and greatness that won in South India the temple of Lakhsmi Narasimha at Narasingapuram still flaunts the period of Cholas and Vijayanagara Rayas. The temple, a fine example of the Vijayanagar style of engineering with carefully etched and cut columns. Engineering in the temple made one believe that it had a place with the Vijayanagar time frame, there are engravings going back to the rule of Chola rulers.
Archeologists consider those engravings in the Andal hallowed place storm cellar as more antiquated and having a place with the time of Kulothunga Chozha I and Vikrama Chozha I. They talk about their developing the Madurantaka Vinnagar temple in Madurantaka Nalloor the present Madurantakam and introducing the symbols of Rama, Sita and Lakshmana in it and the gifts made by them for the every day lead of poojas. An old engraving in the Lakhsmi Narasimha temple which portrays about the foundation of the managing divinity's Urchavar icon Prahaladha Purandhara that is named after the master's avathar.