Following is an extract from Guru Charitra Chapter 18:
Sri Narasimha Saraswati visited the Pancha Ganga Sagar, which is the confluence of the five holy rivers, Siva, Bhadra, Kumbhi, Bhagwati and Saraswati, where they all meet and merge in the Krishna river. Here is the temple of Amareshwar and hence the place is called as Amarapur. Nearby is the Sakti Teertha, where reside Sixty-four Yogini Shaktis, serving and worshipping Amareshwar, but unseen by others. Nearby was Papa Vinasini and other holy Teerthas. Sri Krishna Saraswati stayed at Amarapur for 12 years. This place came to be later called as Narsobawadi (Narsobachi Wadi), after Sri Narasimha Saraswati.
How to reach Narsobawadi (Narsobachi Wadi)
Nearest Train Station is JaiSinghpur which is 5 kms from Sangli Railway Station.
Sangli city to Narsobachiwadi Distance 22 kms.
JaiSinghpur to Narsobachiwadi Distance 14 kms.
Sangli 'City Bus' fare to Narsobachiwadi is approx. Rs.15 /-
Private Jeeps/Trax/Sumo are also available from Sangli.