Material: Tasar silk
Dimension(HWL): 41×28 inch
Weight: 0.2 kg
“Nara” means “human”, “Simha” means “lion“, Narsimha thus is a man-lion. Yagya Narsimha was an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Seen in the Agenya chakra, which is Shatkona Swarupa arising out of the union of Shri Narayana and Mahalaxmi, as picture showed above. Under the hood of kundalini sarpa, fringe by Jwalamandala. He appeared for the protection of the Dharma, and the destruction of evil. He carries Bishuns four-arm form. He incarnated to save his devotee Prahlada from his demon father Hiranyakashyapa, he emerge from a pillar and tore up Hiranyakashyapa with his fingernails. Here Lord Jagannath has shown Narayana and Laxmi on his lap. Lord Bishnu took this furious form because Hiranyakashyapa was boon by Lord Bramha that he wouldn’t be killed by deva or Asura, Human or Animal, not by any weapon, nor in space or neither on earth, either during the day or in the night. Hiranyakshypa has a son who was an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu. When asked by his father where the lord is? Lord is everywhere told by his son, hearing this, the evil father smashed a pillar in rage with his mace, the pillar split up and a man-lion emerge from that, he drags Hiranyakshypa, laid him on his lap, and tore him up exactly in the evening. By putting an end to the ruthless demon.
Yoga Narasimha protects his devotee from illness, evil, and enemy. Cure Graha dosh, ward off negative influences of planets. And bestows fearlessness, prosperity, and tranquility. Yoga Narasimha bestows longevity, success and fulfills all desires.
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