Sri matsya Narayana Temple

The Sri Matsyanarayana Temple is an unique and the only temple in Karnataka for Bhagavan Sri Matsyanarayana Swamy. Bhagavan Sri Matsyanarayana is the first Avatara among the Dashavataras (Ten Avataras) of Bhagavan MahaVishnu in the form of Fish to protect the creation from great deluge.

 By worshiping him, through his grace generally one gains health, wealth, Pease and prosperity and specially one gets cured of rare skin diseases and gains abundant wealth.
Where ever Bhagavan Sri Matsyanarayana’s presence is there all the Vastu Doshas will get nullified.


Matsyavatara (Fish incarnation) of Lord Vishnu  
Sri Matsyanarayana Temple in Omkara Ashrama is the only temple of its kind in Karnataka of Bhagavan Sri Matsyanarayana Swamy.Matsya Avatar was the first Avatar of Lord Vishnu, among the Dashavatara of Mahavishnu. Matsya means ‘fish’ in Sanskrit and Matsya Avatar is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu in the form of Fish. Mathsya Avatar was taken by Lord Vishnu at the end of the first epoch (Satyuga), when the world was destroyed by a great flood. Lord Vishnu saved humanity and the Vedas from the deluge. Matsya Avatara is generally represented as a four-armed deity with the upper part of MahaVishnu and the lower of a Matsya. The Matsya Narayana Moorthy has four arms:two arms hold shankam (conch shell) and chakram (divine discus) and the other two arms are in abhaya-hastam (divine protection) and varam (boon).
Matsya Yantra
MATSYA is a Sanskrit word which means fish, as a fish cleans the pond so the Matsya Yantra (Which is the form of Sri Bhagavan Matsya Narayana) will clean up all Vastu defects of the Home/Shop/Office/Factory., and brings the financial developments of the Place in which it is Kept, hence it is called Sarva Vastu Dosha Nivaraka Matsya Yantra.


In the karnataka's only Sri Matsya Narayana Devastana specially worshipped Matsya Yantras are given for the benefit of the devotees.

Salient Features:

1. Place the Yantra in the water filled plate in such a way that it will get immersed in water and worship it daily.

2. Replace the water regularly.

3. After worshipping the yantra chant the Matsya Maha Mantra 108 times (facing east or north) daily.

Matsya Maha Mantra

SANSKRIT : ॐ  नमो  भगवते  महा  मत्स्याय  नमः ||

ENGLISH : "om namo bhagavate maha matsyaya namaha"

KANNADA :ಓಂ ನಮೋ ಭಗವತೇ ಮಹಾ ಮತ್ಸ್ಯಾಯ ನಮಃ