Lord Narasimha Puja and yagna

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Number of priests: 2
Duration:1 Day
11000 chants of Lord Narasimha Mantra.
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Duration:2 Day
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Duration:3 Day
51000 chants of Lord Narasimha Mantra.
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Duration:3 Day
125000 chants of Lord Narasimha Mantra.
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Lord Narasimha, as the name implies is a combination of 'Nara' and 'Simha' which mean Man and Lion respectively. He is the fourth incarnartion of Lord Vishnu. He can be seen with Chakra, Mace and nails. He is a Maharathi which means he can combact 7,20,000 warriors simultaneously. He is a conjunction of man and animal, with man's body and lion's face, nails.

The Hindu mythology has a tale of Narasimha’s origin. Lord Vishnu takes the form of Narasihma in his fourth incarnation. During the Satya Yuga, Sage Kashyap and one of his wife Diti had two sons – Hiranyaksha and Hiranyakasipu. Hiranyaksha troubled the humans and the Devas alike. The humans and the Devas unable to take it any more prayed to Lord Vishnu to protect them. Lord Vishnu being the Preserver incarnated as a Boar to protect the humans and the Devas. This avatar is called as Varaha Avatar.
Narasimha AvatarVishnu kills the demon Hiranyaksha during his Varaha avatar. Hiranyaksha’s brother Hiranyakashipu wants to take revenge by destroying Lord Vishnu and his followers. He performs penance to please Brahma, the god of creation. Impressed by this act, Brahma offers him any thing he wants. Hiranyakashipu asks for a tricky boon. That he would not die either on earth or in space; nor in fire nor in water; neither during day nor at night; neither inside nor outside (of a home); nor by a human, animal or God; neither by inanimate nor by animate being. Brahma grants the boon. With virtually no fear of death he unleashes terror. Declares himself as god and asks people to utter no god’s name except his.

Narasimha AvatarHowever his son Prahlada (who a devoted worshiper of Lord Vishnu!) refuses. Repeated pressurization on him yields no results for Hiranyakashipu. Prahlada declares the omnipresence of Lord Vishnu. Hiranyakashipu points to a pillar and asks if Vishnu is present in it. Prahlada nods in affirmative. Angered at it, he draws his sword and cuts the pillar; Narasimha appears out of the broken pillar.Narasimha (being a man-lion god form) kills Hiranyakashipu. He comes out to kill at the twilit (neither day nor night);on the doorsteps of his palace (neither inside nor outside); uses his nails to kill (neither animate nor inanimate); puts him on his lap before killing (neither earth nor in space). Thus making power of the boon ineffective. The death of this demon king is celebrated as Holi (the celebration of colors) in India, especially in the northern parts.Narasimha is always shown with a lion face with clawed fingers fused with a human body. Sometimes he is coming out of a pillar signifying that he is everywhere, in everything, in everyone.


Narasimha Kavacha Stotra--Kavacha is a Sanskrit word meaning a Shield or Armour. Thus, this Kavacha Stotram is a prayer offered to the Lord by Prahlad for Protection. The Narasimha Kavacha Stotra is a powerful mantra from the Brahmanda Purana, formerly spoken by Prahlada Maharaja. It is said that one who chants this mantra is bestowed with all opulence and will be elevated to the heavenly planets. One should first meditate on the transcendental form of Lord Narasimha (as described in verses 3 to 6 of the stotra) and pray to Him for protection. The Narasimha Kavacha Stotra is the king of all mantras (mantra-raja).

Narasimha who is one of the most powerful manifestations of Lord Mahavishnu, (the protector in the Hindu Triad) is known to be fierce to fight and remove all that is evil and as a result protect all his devotees from every negative aspect of life. He is regarded as the embodiment of victory of good over evil.The literal meaning of Kavacha is armor or breast plate and In the same manner, the Narasimha Kavach act as a protective shield to safeguard the welfare of the devotees. The Narasimha Kavach has the divine ability to fulfill all the wishes,removes and protect from black magic,evil-eye,malefic effects of planets and is a cure to remove the negative impacts of all negative energies.

Significans and Benefits:

1.Vishnu Narasimha Kavacham is recited to remove the enemies and sins from one's life.
2.lord Narasimha Kavacham has sacred divine ability to fulfill all the wishes, removes malefic effects of planets/grahs dosha, black magic, evil-eye and
remove the negative impacts.
3.The Narasimha Kavacha Stotra is a powerful mantra from the Brahmanda Purana, formerly spoken by Prahlada Maharaja. It is said that one who chants this mantra is bestowed with all opulence and will be elevated to the heavenly planets. One should first meditate on the transcendental form of Lord Narasimha (as described in verses 3 to 6 of the stotra) and pray to Him for protection. The Narasimha Kavacha Stotra is the king of all mantras (mantra-raja).

4.Narasimha who is one of the most powerful manifestations of Lord Mahavishnu, (the protector in the Hindu Triad) is known to be fierce to fight and remove all that is evil and as a result protect all his devotees from every negative aspect of life. He is regarded as the embodiment of victory of good over evil.The literal meaning of Kavacha is armor or breast plate and In the same manner, the Narasimha Kavach act as a protective shield to safeguard the welfare of the devotees. The Narasimha Kavach has the divine ability to fulfill all the wishes,removes and protect from black magic,evil-eye,malefic effects of planets and is a cure to remove the negative impacts of all negative energies.

Number of Priests:2
Duration: 1 day


Narasimha Puja & Yagna Vedic Puja Service include: Kalash Sthapan, Swasti Vachan, Shanti Path,

Sankalp, Ganesh poojan ,Lakshmipuja , Invocation of all Gods and Goddesses,Lord Narsimha Puja

, Lord Narasimha Mantra Japa, , Laxmi Narsimha Stotra 11 times & Lord Narsimha Kavach

Recitation 21 times, Homam with Samidha , Purnahuti, Aarti and Prasad to Brahmin.

Vedic Vaani priests will perform Puja and Havan as per Vedic rituals based on birth details. The Puja prasad,and photos will be sent to you through courier. Please mention your birth details (name, date, time, place) and Sankalp (wish) at checkout. This is a individual Puja (you may do puja on individual name or include your near and dear ones in the puja). You will be provided with the contact no. of the priest, to call during the sankalpa . Know more about our exclusive Puja Services.

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Lord Narasimha, as the name implies is a combination of 'Nara' and 'Simha' which mean Man and Lion respectively. He is the fourth incarnartion of Lord Vishnu. He can be seen with Chakra, Mace and nails. He is a Maharathi which means he can combact 7,20,000 warriors simultaneously.He 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.

His other names are Agnilochana (अग्निलोचन) - the one who has fiery eyes,Bhairavadambara (भैरवडम्बर) - the one who causes terror by roaring,Karala (कराल) - the one who has a wide mouth and projecting teeth,Hiranyakashipudvamsa (हिरण्यकशिपुध्वंस) - the one who killed Hiranyakashipu,Nakhastra (नखास्त्र) - the one for whom nails are his weapons,Sinhavadana (सिंहवदन) - the whose face is of lion and Mrigendra (मृगेन्द्र) - king of animals or lion

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