Narasimhawadi commonly known as Narsobawadi or Narsobachi Wadi is a small town in Shirol Tahasil in Kolhapur district, Maharashtra. Narsobawadi gets its name from the presence of 'Shri Narasimha Saraswati', the Purna Avatar of Lord Dattatreya. With a lot of archaeological value this became a major pilgrim spot for many Shri Dattatrey devotee. Also, there is a confluence of the two rivers Panchganga and Krishna. 
Narasimhawadi is famous for the Hindu temple of Shri Narasimha Saraswati (1378–1458) नरसिहसरस्वती. when Shri Dattatreya in his Narasimha Saraswati incarnation is believed to have lived here for as long as 12 years. (Ref. Shri Gurucharitra). The life story of Shri Narasimha Saraswati, his philosophy and related stories are described in Shri Guru Charitra. There are no images or idols here which show his presence. But there are two padukas or slippers which immortalize his great avatar.
Temple’s Daily Schedule:
05.00 काकडा आरती & Paduka Puja
08.00 to 12.00 Rudrabhishek
12.30 to 13.30 Maha Puja, Aarti
15.00 to 16.00 Pavamana Sookta Parayan
19.30 Dhoop Aarti
22.00 Shej Aarti
(after the Shej Aarti the temple is closed for devotees)
Narasimhawadi is a small town located at the banks of Krishna river. It is about 3 km from Shirol Taluka. Kurundawad is the nearest town and is about 2 km away. Narasimhawadi may be reached by state transport buses that available from Jaysingpur and Kolhapur. Nearest railway station is Jaysingpur which is about 17 km from this place. The typical distances from major cities in Maharashtra are: Pune – Narsoba Wadi (254 km), Sangli – Narsoba Wadi (22 km), Miraj – Narsoba Wadi (19 km), Jaysingpur – Narsoba Wadi (16.7 km), Kolhapur – Narsoba Wadi (52 km), Audumbar – Narsoba Wadi (53 km), Nipanni – Narsoba Wadi (45 km), Mumbai – Narsoba Wadi (405 km via Mumbai Bangalore Express Highway). (Ref. Google Maps)
Narsobachi Wadi is also famous for Brinjal, Cucumber, Corn that are really very very tasty due to the fact that they are grown on the bank of river Krishna. Pedhe / Pedha,Kavath(Limonia) Barfi & Narsobawadi Basundi are considered to be best of Maharashtra for its taste & quality.