Articles — Narasimha

Sloka Srimat Payonidhi Nikethana Chakra Pane with meaning

Mar 04 2020 0 Comments Tags: Lakshmi, Narasimha, sanskrit, Sloka

Sloka Srimat Payonidhi Nikethana Chakra Pane is taken from Shri Lakshmi Narsimha Karavalambam. Lakshmi Narsimha Karavalamba Stotram, also known as Lakshmi Narasimha Karunarasa Stotram is a 17-verse Stotram in praise of Lakshmi Narasimha. The Stotram is so called because each of these verses ends with the same refrain “Lakshmi Narasimha, Mama Dehi Karavalambam” which means “Oh Lord Narasimha, please lend me your helping hand”. श्रीमत्पयोनिधिनिकेतन चक्रपाणे भोगीन्द्रभोगमणिराजित पुण्यमूर्ते ।योगीश शाश्वत शरण्य भवाब्धिपोत लक्ष्मीनृसिंह मम देहि करावलम्बम् .Srimat Payonidhi Nikethana Chakra Pane,Bhogeendra Bhoga Mani Rajitha Punya Moorthe,Yogeesa Saswatha Saranya Bhabdhi Potha,Lakshmi Nrsimha Mama Dehi Karavalambam .Oh Great God Lakshmi Nrsimha,Who lives in the ocean of milk,Who...

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Aarti Shri Narasimha Bhagwan Ki ( आरती श्री नरसिंह भगवान की )

May 15 2018 0 Comments Tags: Aarti, Narasimha, Narsimha, Vishnu

Shri Narasimha also known as Narsingh, is the fourth incarnation of God Vishnu. Lord Narasimha ("man-lion") is described as an incarnation (avatara) of Vishnu within the Pouranic texts of Hinduism who takes the form of half-man / half-lion, having a human torso and lower body, but with a lion-like face and claws. He is worshipped in deity form by a significant number of Vaishnava groups throughout India (especially in the South) and is primarily known as the 'Great Protector', being a form of Vishnu who specifically defends and protects his devotees in times of need. Shri Narasimha pujan is done for protection from...

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