Ahobilam, also known as Ahobalam, is a major pilgrimage center located in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh, India. ‘Singavel Kundram’ also known as Ahobilam, is the holy abode of the incarnation of Lord Vishnu in man-lion form, Lord Narasimha. Located amidst the dense forest of Nallamala, the place has almost ten shrines of Lord Narasimha within the radius of about 5 km. Jwala Narasimha, Ahobila Narasimha, Malola Narasimha, Kroda Narasimha, Kaaranja Narasimha, Bhaargava Narasimha, Yaogananda Narasimha, Chathravata Narasimha and Paavana Narasimha are the nine forms of Lord Narasimha in Ahobilam.
The months of August to December are considered the best time to visit Ahobilam. Ahobilamis not all about pilgrimage though. This town is also famous for its picturesque landscape. Lush green forest with beautiful water streams and enchanting waterfalls flowing from great heights, accentuate the beauty of this sacred place. People looking for a bit more on the city can refer to the Ahobilam travel guide. Ahobilam has some of the best trekking trails for tourists who are interested in hiking and trekking. Captivating scenic beauty with numerous water ponds, streams, caves and resting places add to the beauty of the place.