Sri Narasimha Swamy Archana

Sri Narasimha Swamy Archana

Lord Narasimha, as the name implies is a combination of 'Nara' and 'Simha' which mean Man and Lion respectively. He is the fourth avatar of Lord Vishnu. He can be seen with Chakra, Mace, and nails. Narasimha is a conjunction of man and animal, with man's body and lion's face, nails. Lord Narasimha is known as Narasingh, Narasingha, Nrusingha, Narasimba, and Narasinghar in derivative languages. 

Key Insights

  • A number of prayers have been written in dedication to Narasiṃha avatāra.

  • Narasimha is a significant iconic symbol of creative resistance, hope against odds, victory over persecution, and destruction of evil.

  • Narasimha is worshipped across Telangana & Andhra Pradesh States in numerous forms.

  • He is a Maharathi which means he can combat 7,20,000 warriors simultaneously.

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According to Hindu Puranas, Lord Narasimha figures prominently in numerous ancient scriptures including the Vedas and the Puranas. When Lord Bramha was pleased with Hiranyakashipu's devotion He appeared before him to grant his wishes; Hiranyakashipu wanted to be the one ruling Lord of all the three worlds “ heaven, hell, and earth. He asked Lord Bramha for immortality but it was ruled out. He played a smart move; He begged to Lord Bramha that he should not be killed by any man or beast, no God or Devil should be able to slay him, he should not die during the day or at night with any kind of metal/wood weapon and should not be killed indoors or outdoors or on earth or in the sky. Lord Bramha granted these wishes and Hiranyakashipu was considered himself to be immortal with these wishes. He became a tyrant king and banned any prayers of Lord Vishnu or any other pooja by declaring himself as the new God. But Hiranyakashipu's son Prahlad was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu. Prahlad was sent to other demons to learn the ways of Rakshashas but Prahlad stayed stuck to his belief. In a rage, Hiranyakashipu ordered his death but Prahlad was saved from every attempt by Lord Vishnu. Finally, Hiranyakashipu took a mace and asked Prahlad if his Lord Vishnu, who was universal according to him, is there in this iron pillar. In the rage, he struck down the pillar, and to his surprise standing and roaring inside was Lord Narasimha, who picked up Hiranyakashipu with his bare claws, took him in the threshold of indoors and outdoors during the twilight hour, and ripped him open in turn slaying him. Lord Narasimha's appearance was ethical to trick the boon granted to Hirankyakashipu where he was neither Man nor a Beast.


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