Ranganathswany Temple is the most important temple in Anegundi as it was patronized by the Anegundi kings. The temple is located strategically at the center of the town. Here the main deity is Lord Vishnu who reclines on a serpent called Adisesha. The temple also houses goddess Lakshmi and Bhoodevi (mother earth). At the entrance of the temple we can see a brass tower which is typical of south Indian temples.
In front of the temple on the other side of the road is a wooden chariot which is used for procession of Lord Ranganatha during Ranganatha festival in April every year.