Exotic Narsimha Navgraha Shaligram Shila

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One who worships Narsimha Shaligram gets immense protection from his enemies. He becomes fearless and gets success in all his endeavors. He can take on any challenge and emerge out to be a winner. His confidence level goes to a very high mark and is invincible. He enjoys immense wealth , health and remains always attached to God.

This Shila also brings immense endurance, perseverance and the individual create wealth at a very high pace through innovation, professionalism, creativity and immense good luck. This Shila also increases charisma and attraction tremendously.

Shaligram is very powerful, attractive, auspicious, emits very high radiance and has an extra ordinarily high energy levels. This Shila brings immense endurance, perseverance and the individual create wealth at a very high pace through innovation, professionalism, creativity and immense good luck. This Shila also increases charisma and attraction tremendously.

As Vishnu abides in these stones, all the gods dwell there, all the benevolent spirits and indeed the fourteen worlds reside in these stones.Hence, we have it as an assurance from Vishnu himself that whoever worships the salagrama-stone even once will surely be liberated: and also will obtain all prosperity here, while alive. (Padma-purana, Uttara-khanda, 127)

Narasimha is a fierce avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu, one who incarnates in the form of part lion and part man to destroy evil
and end religious persecution and calamity on Earth, thereby restoring Dharma.Narasimha is one of the major deity in Vaishnavism. Narasimha legends are revered in
Vaikhanasas, Sri Vaishnavism, Sadh Vaishnavism and various other Vaishnavism traditions of Hinduis.
Hinduis.In Sanskrit the word Narasimha consists of two words "nara" which means man, and "simha" which means lion. Together the term means "man-lion", referring to a mixed creature avatar of Vishnu. Additionally, the word "singh" is often used in place of "simha" which also means lion in Sanskrit and other Indian languages.

He is known as Nrisimha, Nrisingha, Narasingha, Narasingh, Narsingh, 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.Narasimha is a significant iconic symbol of creative resistance, hope against odds, victory over persecution, and destruction of evil. He is the destructor of not only external evil, but also one's own inner evil of "body, speech, and mind" states Pratapaditya Pal.

Importance or worshiping shaligram for mainly six values of life which are Righteous living, Wealth, Protection, good health, pleasures and Spiritual. Shaligram/ Saligram/ Shalagram/ Salagram is the most sacred stone worshipped by the Vaishnavas and also used to worship Lord Vishnu in an abstract form.

Dimensions: 1.3 inches (W) x 1.5 inches (H) approx
Weight: 52 grams approx

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One who worships Narsimha Shaligram gets immense protection from his enemies. He becomes fearless and gets success in all his endeavors. He can take on any challenge and emerge out to be a winner. His confidence level goes to a very high mark and is invincible. He enjoys immense wealth , health and remains always attached to God.

Dimensions: 1.3 inches (W) x 1.5 inches (H) approx
Weight: 52 grams approx

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