Song Name: Namaste Narasimhaya

Official Name: Śrī Nṛsiṁha Praṇāma

Author: Vyasadeva

Book Name: Nrsimha Purana



namas te narasiṁhāya


hiraṇyakaśipor vakṣaḥ-



ito nṛsiṁhaḥ parato nṛsiṁho

yato yato yāmi tato nṛsiṁhaḥ

bahir nṛsiṁho hṛdaye nṛsiṁho

nṛsiṁham ādiṁ śaraṇaṁ prapadye


tava kara-kamala-vare nakham adbhuta-śṛṅgaṁ


keśava dhṛta-narahari-rūpa jaya jagadīśa hare

(The above verse  is the 4th verse from Sri Dasavatara Stotram by Jayadeva  Goswami)


1) I offer my obeisances to Lord Narasimha, who gives joy to Prahlada Maharaja and whose nails are like chisels on the stone like chest of the demon Hiranyakasipu.

2) Lord Nrsimha is here and also there. Wherever I go Lord Nrsimha is there. He is in the heart and is outside as well. I surrender to Lord Nrsimha, the origin of all things and the supreme refuge.

3) O Kesava! O Lord of the universe! O Lord Hari, who have assumed the form of half-man, half-lion. All glories to You! Just as one can easily crush a wasp between one's fingernails, so in the same way the body of the wasp like demon Hiranyakasipu has been ripped apart by the wonderful pointed nails on Your beautiful lotus hands.

Song Name: Jaya Narasimha Sri Narasimha

Author: Vyasadeva

Book Name: Brahmanda Purana

jaya narasimha sri narasimha

jaya jaya narasimhadeva

praladesa jaya padma

mukha padma bhrnga


Glories to Lord Nrsimha, Sri Nrsimha, All Glories to Lord Nrsimhadeva. The Lord of Prahlada, like a honeybee, is always engaged in beholding the lotuslike face of the goddess of fortune.

Song Name: Ugra Vīraṁ Mahāviṣṇu

Official Name: Nrsimha Kavaca Bica Mantra

ugra vīraṁ mahāviṣṇu

jvalantam sarvato mukhaṁ

nṛsimhaṁ bhiṣaṇaṁ bhadraṁ

mṛtyor mṛtyuṁ namāy’ahaṁ


'May my head be protected by the moon colored one, who is the greatest among humans. My obeisances unto the ferocious and powerful, the great Visnu, the fiery one, who's faces are on all sides, the fearful one, Nrsimha, who causes the death of even death personified, (or who can overcome death)

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