4" Small Sudarshana Vishnu Statue with Narasimha on Reverse | Handmade Brass Idols

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Delve into the profound symbolism of Sudarshana Chakra and Lord Narasimha in this handcrafted brass idol. Sudarshana Chakra represents the wheel of time and divine intervention, while Narasimha, an avatar of Vishnu, symbolises the vanquishing of evil. This unique piece offers a glimpse of duality – the cosmic wheel on one side, and the protector Narasimha on the reverse. It's a reminder of the cyclical nature of life and the eternal battle between good and evil. Perfect for meditation and worship, this piece is a testament to Indian philosophy and craftsmanship. 

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Item Code: ZEQ224
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Height: 4 inch
Width: 3 inch
Depth: 1 inch
Weight: 320 gm
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Unleashing the Power of Narasimha: The Divine Avatar of Lord Vishnu

Narasimha Dev is an incarnation of the Supreme Lord Vishnu or Krishna. He assumed a special form of half-man (Nara) and half-lion (Simha) to protect His five-year-old devotee Prahlad from the ghastly attacks of his demoniac father Hiranyakashipu. He killed the demon to prove that whoever is surrendered to His lotus feet is always taken care of by Him. Lord Narasimha is worshiped in many parts of South India and is considered an important deity in the Vaishnava Sampradaya.
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What does Narasimha symbolize?

Although the form of Lord Narasimha appears fierce to the general people, it appears as beautiful and sweet as the lotus flower to His devotees. His ferocious yet transcendental form signifies His rage towards the demoniac persons who try to harm or blaspheme His devotees who are very dear to Him. The devotees always worship and remember Lord Narasimha in their minds because He is the source of all bliss and fortune and is also the cause of all causes. The Vaishnav Acharyas explain that the Lord"s killing of Hiranyakashipu symbolizes the killing of Anarthas such as lust, anger, greed, illusion, attachment, and false ego residing in our hearts. One who has taken the shelter of the lotus feet of Lord Narasimha is at once purified of all contamination which is a barrier in Bhakti.
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Which day is for Lord Narasimha?

Since Lord Narasimha is Vishnu Tattva, the Vaishnavas worship Him and observe fasting from grains on Ekadashi which comes on every 11th day in the Hindu or Vedic calendar. On this day, the devotees either completely refrain from eating and drinking anything (Nirjala) or only take grain-free Prasad for satisfying their hunger. They chant the Lord"s holy names, visit temple, and read His pastimes mentioned in the Vedic scriptures. Being completely absorbed in the thoughts of the Lord, the devotees peacefully observe the fast and remain blissful. Another very important day dedicated to Lord Narasimha Dev is “Narasimha Chaturdashi” which comes once a year. It is celebrated as the appearance (His advent on this planet) day of the Lord. On this day, the Vaishnavas congregate in the temples and chant His unending glories and beg for His causeless mercy so that they may eternally be engaged in His devotional service.
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Where is Narasimha Swamy statue?

You can find many statues or deities of Lord Narasimha in different states of India such as Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, etc. The most revered place for the Vaishnava community is Ahobilam situated in the state of Andhra Pradesh. This is the holy site where Lord Narasimha chose to appear from a stone pillar indicating that He is present everywhere. The Narasimha Swamy temple in Ahobilam is where all the nine forms of Narasimha Dev are situated; Prahlad Varada Narasimha, Chatravata Narasimha, Yogananda Narasimha, Ugra Narasimha, Kroda Narasimha, Malola Narasimha, Jwala Narasimha, and Pavana Narasimha. Thousands of people from across the globe visit this temple to take the divine blessings of the Lord.
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The Vedic scriptures such as Srimad Bhagavatam advise everyone to worship and take the divine shelter of Lord Narasimha dev, the Supreme Lord, in all circumstances, knowing that He is our only hope. Those who do so experience the highest form of bliss and never get bewildered even in adverse conditions of life.
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