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Narasimha Jayanti: Account, Story, Narration, History, Facts, Images & Wishes

The festival, Narasimha Jayanti, is one of the most famous, and crucial Hindu festival, which is celebrated in the whole nation with massive glory, fervor, enthusiasm, and zeal.

The carnival, Narasimha Jayanti, is also known as the Narasimha Chaturdashi, which is observed and celebrated on the Vaisakh Chaturdashi (14th day) of the Shukla Paksh as per reports.

Narasimha Jayanti- Dates And Year

Next year, Narasimha Jayanti will be observed on 25th May, 2021.

This year, we observed the festival on 06th May, 2020.

This year, in 2019, we all celebrated the Hindu festival, Narasimha Jayanti, on the 17th May 2019, Friday.

Dedicated To Lord Narasimha

This above-mentioned festival, which is one of the prime and one of the main Hindu festivals, Narasimha Jayanti, is dedicated to the Lord Narasimha (half man and half lion), especially.

The Lord Narasimha is one of the most important Hindu deity, who is regarded as the 4th avatar or the reincarnation of the Hindu god, Lord Vishnu, because he has been appeared as a lion-man (nara-simha), as per the Hindu mythology.

The Narasimha legends are well-regarded in Vaikhanasas, Sri Vaishnavism, Madhwa Brahmins, other than, the God, Narasimha, is very famous and very popular deity ahead of these Vaishnava traditions such as in Shaivism, and I read the same in the Wikipedia, after that, I mentioned this fact here.

Narasimha Jayanti: Account, Story, Narration

He is celebrated in several Hindu temples, in the whole nation, by the Hindu people, men, and women.

The name of the Lord Narasiṃha has been mentioned in the various Hindu Purāṇas, with 17 different versions of the main narration and the account, according to Wikipedia.

The test of the Wikipedia is added further that the God Narasimha is also found in the Mahābhārata, one of the most Important Indian and the Hindu epic, as we all as, is the focus of Nrisimha Tapaniya Upanishad.

Some temples like, at Ahobilam, Andhra Pradesh, the iconography is more extensive, which is consist of the nine other icons of Narasimha.

The Lord Narasimha is always displayed and appears with a lion face with clawed fingers compound with a human body. Sometimes he is coming out of a pillar symptomatic of that he is present everywhere, in everything, in everyone also.