Almost all of us who live here have an intimate relationship with the place. We all feel the changing atmosphere, more business houses, agencies, people and crowd. Nurani was not like this, twenty years before. But what keeps us here, however, are the same elements that made Nurani a fabulous Place to live, overflowing with cultural riches, religious activities, selfless services, marvelous food. Yes, the old Saying is true, about a Brahmin food item, if you can’t find it in Nurani, It probably doesn’t exist. Further if you can’t have a wonderful time here, you just aren’t trying. Our present Nurani Agraharam of freshly painted and tiled multi –storey houses, with their occupants, young and old, forgets our past days spending on thinnais enjoying cool evening breeze. In our village main temple, we have deities Sri Bhumi Sameta Sundaravaradaraja Swamy and lord Hariharaputra (Sastha) flanked By consorts Purna & Pushkala. Two other important temples in Nurani, dedicated to Balamahaganapati and Visalakshyamba Sameta Sri Viswantha Swami.