This temple is a significant journey site in Andhra, drawing in a large number of fans consistently, and it is one of the Pancha Narasimha Kshetras. The temple is situated on the bank of the Krishna River.
As per the sanctuary's verifiable custom (sthalapurana), Vedadri addresses the Vedas as a slope. This legendary custom transfers that an evil presence named Somakasura took the Vedas from Brahma and concealed them in the sea. The terrified divine beings are said to have appealed to Vishnu, who showed up as Narasimha to safeguard the Vedas by transforming them into Vedadri on the waterway Krishna.
The Vedadri Narasimha Temple is said to have acquired noticeable quality during the rule of the Kakatiya Empire. Narayana Tirtha, a prominent Telugu Vaishnavite holy person and writer, was a standard guest to this sanctuary. During the 1800s, Raja Vasireddy Muktiswara Prasad Nayudu, a zamindar predecessor of Muktyala Raja, remodeled and added to the sanctuary by restoring the dhwajastabham and building 108 stairway for explorers to arrive at the Krishna River from the hillock that houses the sanctuary. A well known, yearly celebration is held at the sanctuary to observe Narasimha Jayanati on Vaisakha Suddha Purnima.