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Shri Nrsimha-sahasra-nama

 

 

Text 1

 

om namo narasimhaya

     vajra-damshtraya vajrine

vajra-dehaya vajraya

     namo vajra-nakhaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, whose teeth are thunderbolts  (vajra-damshtra), who holds a thunderbolt (vajri), whose body is  a thunderbolt (vajra-deha), who is a thunderbolt (vajra), whose  claws are thunderbolts (vajra-nakha), . . .

 

Text 2

 

vasudevaya vandyaya

     varadaya varatmane

varadabhaya-hastaya

     varaya vara-rupine

 

 . . . who is the son of Vasudeva (vasudeva), to whom all should  bow down (vandya), who is the giver of boons (varada), who is  most glorious (varatma), whose hand gives the blessing of  fearlessness (varadabhaya-hasta), and who is the greatest (vara),  whose transcendental form is glorious (vara-rupi).

 

Text 3

 

varenyaya varishthaya

     shri-varaya namo namah

prahlada-varadayaiva

     pratyaksha-varadaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the greatest (varenya  and varishtha), and who is the goddess of fortune's husband (shri- vara). Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the giver of  benedictions to Prahlada (prahlada-varada), who is the giver of  benedictions to they who approach Him (pratyaksha-varada), . . .

 

Text 4

 

parat-para-pareshaya

     pavitraya pinakine

pavanaya prasannaya

     pashine papa-harine

 

 . . . who is the supreme master, greater than the greatest  (parat-para-paresha), who is the most pure (pavitra), who carries  a bow (pinaki), who is the most pure (pavana), who is filled  with transcendental bliss (prasanna), who carries a rope  (pashi), and who removes sins (papa-hari).

 

Text 5

 

purustutaya punyaya

     puruhutaya te namah

tat-purushaya tathyaya

     purana-purushaya ca

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, glorified with many prayers (puru-stuta),  who is the most pure (punya), whose holy names are chanted by the  devotees (puru-huta), who are the Supreme Person (tat-purusha),  the Supreme Truth (tathya), the ancient Supreme Personality of  Godhead (purana-purusha), obeisances unto You!

 

Text 6

 

purodhase purvajaya

     pushkarakshaya te namah

pushpa-hasaya hasaya

     maha-hasaya sharngine

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, who are the supreme priest (purodha), the  oldest (purvaja), lotus-eyed (pushkaraksha), lotus-smiled (pushpa- hasa), fond of joking (maha-hasa), and who hold the Sharnga Bow  (sharngi), obeisances unto You!

 

Text 7

 

simhaya simha-rajaya

     jagad-vasyaya te namah

atöa-hasaya roshaya

     jala-vasaya te namah

 

     O Lord who are a lion (simha), the king of lions (simha- raja), and the master of the universe (jagad-vashya), obeisances  unto You! O Lord who laugh loudly (aööa-hasa), are angry  (rosha), and reside on the water (jala-vasa), obeisances  unto You!

 

Text 8

 

bhuta-vasaya bhasaya

     shri-nivasaya khadgine

khadga-jihvaya simhaya

     khadga-vasaya te namah

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, who reside in everyone's heart (bhuta-vasa),  who are effulgent (bhasa), who are the resting-place of Goddess  Lakshmi (shri-nivasa), who hold a sword (khadgi), whose tongue is a  sword (khadga-jihva), who are a lion (simha), and who hold a  sword (khadga-vasa), obeisances unto You!

 

Text 9

 

namo muladi-vasaya

     dharma-vasaya dhanvine

dhananjayaya dhanyaya

     namo mrityunjayaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the root of all (muladi- vasa), the home of religion (dharma-vasa), the great archer  (dhanvi), the winner of wealth (dhananjaya), and the  most glorious (dhanya). Obeisances to He who is the conqueror of  death (mrityunjaya).

 

Text 10

 

shubhanjayaya sutraya

     namah satrunjayaya ca

niranjanaya niraya

     nirgunaya gunaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the conqueror of  handsomeness (shubhanjaya), the thread upon which all is  strung (sutra), the conqueror of foes (satrunjaya),  untouched by matter (niranjana), who lies down on the  Karana Ocean (nira), who is free from the modes of material  nature (nirguna), who is glorious with transcendental qualities  (guna), . . .

 

Text 11

 

nishprapancaya nirvana-

     pradaya nividaya ca

niralambaya nilaya

     nishkalaya kalaya ca

 

 . . . who is aloof from the material world (nishprapa{.sy  241}ca), who is the giver of liberation (nirvana-prada), who  is all-pervading (nivida), who is independent (niralamba),  whose complexion is dark (nila), who is perfect and complete  (nishkala), who appears in many incarnations (kala), . . .

 

Text 12

 

nimeshaya nibandhaya

    nimesha-gamanaya ca

nirdvandvaya nirashaya

     nishcayaya niraya ca

 

 . . . who is the blinking of an eye (nimesha), who is the bondage  of material existence (nibandha), who appears in the blinking of  an eye (nimesha-gamana), who is free of duality (nirdvandva),  who is all-pervading (nirasha), who is the Absolute Truth  (nishcaya), . . .

 

Text 13

 

nirmalaya nibandhaya

     nirmohaya nirakrite

namo nityaya satyaya

     sat-karma-nirataya ca

 

 . . . who is free from all material impurity (nirmala), who is  self-control (nibandha), who is free from illusion (nirmoha),  whose form is not material (nirakriti), who is eternal (nitya),  who is spiritual (satya), and whose activities are all spiritual  (sat-karma-nirata).

 

Text 14

 

satya-dhvajaya munjaya

     munja-keshaya keshine

harishaya ca shoshaya

     gudakeshaya vai namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who carries truth as His flag  (satya-dhvaja), who is the sacred munja grass (munja),  whose hair is the sacred munja grass (munja-kesha),  whose hair is graceful (keshi), who is the master of Brahma and  Shiva (harisha), who makes all that is inauspicious wither away  (shosha), who is the conqueror of sleep (gudakesha), . . .

 

Text 15

 

sukeshayordhva-keshaya

     keshi-simha-rakaya ca

jaleshaya sthaleshaya

     padmeshayogra-rupine

 

 . . . whose mane is glorious (sukesha and urdhva-kesha), who is  the suryamani jewel of great-maned lions (keshi-simha-raka) who  is the master of the waters (jalesha), who is the master of all  places (sthalesha), who is the husband of the goddess of fortune  (padmesha), and who is ferocious (ugra-rupi).

 

Text 16

 

kusheshayaya kulaya

     keshavaya namo namah

sukti-karnaya suktaya

     rakta-jihvaya ragine

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is graceful like a lotus  flower (kusheshaya), who is the greatest (kula), who has a glorious  mane (keshava), whose ears delight in hearing His devotees'  prayers (sukti-karna), who is the Vedic prayers personified  (sukta), whose tongue is red (rakta-jihva), and who loves His  devotees (ragi).

 

Text 17

 

dipta-rupaya diptaya

     pradiptaya pralobhine

pracchinnaya prabodhaya

     prabhave vibhave namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, whose form is splendid (dipta- rupa, dipta, and pradipta), who is all-attractive (pralobhi), who  is the destroys of all that is inauspicious (pracchinna), who  gives spiritual enlightenment (prabodha), who is the supreme  master (prabhu), who has all powers (vibhu), . . .

 

Text 18

 

prabhanjanaya panthaya

     pramayapramitaya ca

prakashaya pratapaya

     prajvalayojjvalaya ca

 

 . . . who destroys all that is inauspicious (prabha{.sy  241}jana), who is glorious like the sun (pantha), who is the  Absolute Truth (prama), who is limitless (apramita), who is  splendid (prakasha, pratapa, prajvala, and ujjvala), . . .

 

Text 19

 

jvala-mala-svarupaya

     jvala-jihvaya jvaline

maho-jvalaya kalaya

     kala-murti-dharaya ca

 

 . . . whose effulgent form seems to be garlanded with flames  (jvala-mala-svarupa), whose tongue is a flame (jvala-jihva),  who is splendid like a host of flames (jvali and maho-jvala),  who is time personified (kala and kala-murti-dhara), . . .

 

Text 20

 

kalantakaya kalpaya

     kalanaya krite namah

kala-cakraya shakraya

     vashaö-cakraya cakrine

 

 . . . who puts an end to time (kalantaka), who is all-powerful  (kalpa, kalana, and krit), who is the wheel of time (kala-cakra),  who is the most expert (shakra), who is the word vashaö in the  Vedic mantras (vashaö-cakra), who holds the Sudarshana cakra  (cakri), . . .

 

Text 21

 

akruraya kritantaya

     vikramaya kramaya ca

kritine kritivasaya

     kritaghnaya kritatmane

 

 . . . who is gentle to the devotees (akrura), who is death to  the demons (kritanta), who is all-powerful (vikrama, krama, kriti,  and kritivasa), who kills the demons (kritaghna), who is the all- pervading Supersoul (kritatma), . . .

 

Text 22

 

sankramaya ca kruddhaya

     kranta-loka-trayaya ca

arupaya svarupaya

     haraye paramatmane

 

 . . . who descends to this world (sankrama), who is angry with  the demons (kruddha), who steps over the three worlds (kranta- loka-traya), whose form is not material (arupa), whose form is  transcendental (svarupa), who removes all that is inauspicious  (hari), who is the Supersoul (paramatma), . . .

 

Text 23

 

ajayayadi-devaya

     akshayaya kshayaya ca

aghoraya su-ghoraya

     ghoraghora-taraya ca

 

 . . . who is never defeated (ajaya), who is the Supreme  Personality of Godhead (adi-deva), who is immortal (akshaya), who  kills the demons (kshaya), who is gentle (aghora), who is  ferocious (su-ghora), and who rescues the gentle devotees from the  fearsome demons (ghoraghora-tara).

 

Text 24

 

namo 'stv aghora-viryaya

     lasad-ghoraya te namah

ghoradhyakshaya dakshaya

     dakshinaryaya sambhave

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is both gentle and powerful  (aghora-virya). O Lord Nrisimha, who are splendid with ferocious power (lasad- ghora), who are the most ferocious (ghoradhyaksha), the most  expert (daksha), the most saintly (dakshinarya), and the most  auspicious (sambhave), . . .

 

Text 25

 

amoghaya gunaughaya

     anaghayagha-harine

megha-nadaya nadaya

     tubhyam meghatmane namah

 

 . . . who are infallible (amogha), a flood of transcendental  virtues (gunaugha), pure (anagha), and the remover of sins (agha- hari), who roar like thunder (megha-nada), and who roar  ferociously (nada). Obeisances to You, Lord Nrisimha, who are  like a monsoon cloud (meghatma).

 

Text 26

 

mogha-vahana-rupaya

     megha-shyamaya maline

vyala-yajnopavitraya

     vyaghra-dehaya vai namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is like a host of monsoon  clouds (mogha-vahana-rupa), who is dark like a monsoon cloud  (megha-shyama), who wear a garland (mali), whose sacred-thread  is a snake (vyala-yajnopavitra), and who has the form of  a lion (vyaghra-deha).

 

Text 27

 

vyaghra-padaya ca vyaghra-

     karmine vyapakaya ca

vikaöasyaya viraya

     vistara-shravase namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who has the paws of a lion  (vyaghra-pada), and the ferocious deeds of a lion (vyaghra- karmi), who is all-pervading (vyapaka), whose face is fearsome  (vikaöasya), who is very powerful and heroic (vira), and who is  all-famous (vistara-shravah).

 

Text 28

 

vikirna-nakha-damshöraya

     nakha-damshörayudhaya ca

vishvaksenaya senaya

     vihvalaya balaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who has sharp claws and teeth (vikirna- nakha-damshöra), whose weapons are His claws and teeth (nakha- damshörayudha), whose armies are everywhere (vishvaksena), who  has a great army (sena), who is ferocious (vihvala), who is  powerful (bala), . . .

 

Text 29

 

virupakshaya viraya

     visheshakshaya sakshine

vita-shokaya vistirna-

     vadanaya namo namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, whose eyes are fearsome  (virupaksha), who is powerful and heroic (vira), whose eyes are  handsome (visheshaksha), who is the witness of all (sakshi), who  never grieves (vita-shoka), and whose mouth is wide (vistirna- vadana).

 

Text 30

 

vidhanaya vidheyaya

     vijayaya jayaya ca

vibudhaya vibhavaya

     namo vishvambharaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the author of the rules  of scriptures (vidhana), who is the goal to be attained by  following the rules of scripture (vidheya), who is victory  (vijaya and jaya), who knows everything (vibudha), who is the  only friend (vibhava), and who is the maintainer of the universe  (vishvambhara).

 

Text 31

 

vita-ragaya vipraya

     viöanka-nayanaya ca

vipulaya vinitaya

     vishva-yonaye namo namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is not affected by the mode  of passion (vita-raga), who is the first of brahmanas (vipra),  whose eyes are glorious (viöanka-nayana), who form is large  (vipula), who is humble (vinita), and who is the creator of the  universe (vishva-yoni), . . .

 

Text 32

cid-ambaraya vittaya

     vishrutaya viyonaye

vihvalaya vikalpaya

     kalpatitaya shilpine

 

 . . . , who is the master of the spiritual sky (cid-ambara),  the wealth of the devotees (vitta), all-famous (vishruta), unborn  (viyoni), ferocious (vihvala), most expert (vikalpa, kalpatita,  and shilpi), . . .

 

Text 33

 

kalpanaya svarupaya

     phani-talpaya vai namah

tadit-prabhaya taryaya

     tarunaya tarasvine

 

 . . . who is the creator (kalpana), whose form is transcendental  (svarupa), whose couch is a serpent (phani-talpa), wgho is  splendid like lightning (tadit-prabha), who is the final goal  (tarya), who is eternally youthful (taruna), who is all-powerful  (tarasvi), . . .

 

Text 34

 

tapanaya tapaskaya

     tapa-traya-haraya ca

tarakaya tamo-ghnaya

     tattvaya ca tapasvine

 

 . . . who is effulgent (tapana and tapaska), who removes the  three-fold miseries of material life (tapa-traya-hara), who is  the deliverer (taraka), who destroys the darkness of ignorance (tamo- ghna), who is the Absolute Truth (tattva), and who is glorious  (tapasvi).

 

Text 35

 

takshakaya tanu-traya

     taöine taralaya ca

shata-rupaya shantaya

     shata-dharaya te namah

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are the architect of  the worlds (takshaka), who protect Your devotees (tanu-tra), who  stay on the farther shore of the ocean of repeated birth and  death (taöi), who are splendid (tarala), who manifest a hundred  forms (shata-rupa), who are peaceful (shanta), and who hold a  thunderbolt (shata-dhara).

 

Text 36

 

shata-patraya tarkshyaya

     sthitaye shata-murtaye

shata-kratu-svarupaya

     shashvataya shatatmane

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is graceful like a hundred- petal lotus (shata-patra), who is carried by Garuda (tarkshya),  who is the maintainer (sthiti), who manifests a hundred forms  (shata-murti), who is a hundred yajnas personified (shata-kratu- svarupa), who is eternal (shashvata), who manifests a hundred  forms (shatatma), . . .

 

Text 37

 

namah sahasra-shirase

     sahasra-vadanaya ca

sahasrakshaya devaya

     disha-shrotraya te namah

 

 . . . who has a thousand heads (sahasra-shirah and sahasra- vadana), who has a thousand eyes (sahasraksha), and who is the  Supreme Personality of Godhead (deva). Obeisances unto You, O  Lord Nrisimha, whose ears are the different directions (disha- shrotra).

 

Text 38

 

namah sahasra-jihvaya

     maha-jihvaya te namah

sahasra-namadheyaya

     sahasrakshi-dharaya ca

 

     Obeisances unto You, O Lord Nrisimha, who have a thousand  tongues (sahasra-jihva), a great tongue (maha-jihva), a thousand  names (sahasra-namadheya), and a thousand eyes (sahasrakshi- dhara).

 

Text 39

 

sahasra-bahave tubhyam

     sahasra-caranaya ca

sahasrarka-prakashaya

     sahasrayudha-dharine

     O Lord Nrisimha, who have a thousand arms (sahasra-bahu), and  a thousand feet (sahasra-carana), who are splendid like a  thousand suns (sahasrarka-prakashaya), who hold a thousand  weapons (sahasrayudha-dhari), . .

 

Text 40

 

namah sthulaya sukshmaya

     susukshmaya namo namah

sukshunyaya subhikshaya

     suradhyakshaya shaurine

 

 . . . who are larger than the largest (sthula), smaller than  the smallest (sukshma and susukshma), ferocious (sukshunya), the  maintainer (subhiksha), and the ruler of the demigods (suradhyaksha),  heroic (shauri), obeisances unto You.

 

Text 41

 

dharmadhyakshaya dharmaya

     lokadhyakshaya vai namah

prajadhyakshaya shikshaya

     vipaksha-kshaya-murtaye

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are the ruler of  religious principles (dharmadhyaksha), religion personified  (dharma), the ruler of the worlds (lokadhyaksha), the ruler of the  living entities (prajadhyaksha), the teaching of the Vedas  (shiksha), the destroyer of the demons (vipaksha-kshaya-murti), . . .

 

Text 42

 

kaladhyakshaya tikshnaya

     muladhyakshaya te namah

adhokshajaya mitraya

     sumitra-varunaya ca

 

 . . . the controller of time (kaladhyaksha), ferocious (tikshna),  the ruler of the root of matter (muladhyaksha), beyond the  perception of the material senses (adhokshaja), the true friend  (mitra), and the Deity worshiped by Mitra and Varuna (sumitra- varuna).

 

Text 43

 

shatrughnaya avighnaya

     vighna-koöi-haraya ca

rakshoghnaya tamoghnaya

     bhutaghnaya namo namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the killer of enemies  (shatrughna), free to do whatever He wishes (avighna), the Lord  who removes millions of obstacles (vighna-koöi-hara), the killer  of demons (rakshoghna), the destroyer of ignorance (tamoghna), and  the killer of ghosts (bhutaghna).

 

Text 44

 

bhuta-palaya bhutaya

     bhuta-vasaya bhutine

bhuta-vetala-ghataya

     bhutadhipataye namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the protector of the  people (bhuta-pala), the Lord who appears before His devotee  (bhuta), the Lord who descends to the material world (bhuta- vasa), the master of the material world (bhuti), the destroyer  of ghosts and evil spirits (bhuta-vetala-ghata), and the  controller of the material world (bhutadhipati).

 

Text 45

 

bhuta-graha-vinashaya

     bhuta-samyamate namah

maha-bhutaya bhrigave

     sarva-bhutatmane namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the killer of ghosts and  evil spirits (bhuta-graha-vinasha), the controller of the material  world (bhuta-samyaman), the greatest (maha-bhuta), a descendent  of Maharshi Bhrigu (bhrigave), and the all-pervading Supersoul  (sarva-bhutatma).

 

Text 46

 

sarvarishöa-vinashaya

     sarva-sampatkaraya ca

sarvadharaya sarvaya

     sarvarti-haraye namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the destroyer of all  calamities (sarvarishöa-vinasha), the bringer of all good fortune  (sarva-sampatkara), the resting place of all the worlds  (sarvadhara), everything (sarva), and the remover of all  sufferings (sarvarti-hari).

 

Text 47

 

sarva-duhkha-prashantaya

     sarva-saubhagya-dayine

sarvadayapy anantaya

     sarva-shakti-dharaya ca

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are the remover of  all sufferings (sarva-duhkha-prashanta), the giver of all good  fortune (sarva-saubhagya-dayi), the giver of everything  (sarvada), limitless (ananta), the master of all potencies  (sarva-shakti-dhara), . . .

 

Text 48

 

sarvaishvarya-pradatre ca

     sarva-karya-vidhayine

sarva-jvara-vinashaya

     sarva-rogapaharine

 

 . . . the giver of all powers and opulences (sarvaishvarya- pradata), the giver of all duties (sarva-karya-vidhayi), the  destroyer of all fevers (sarva-jvara-vinasha), the physicimn who  cures all diseases (sarva-rogapahari), . . .

 

Text 49

 

sarvabhicara-hantre ca

     sarvaishvarya-vidhayine

pingakshayaika-shringaya

     dvi-shringaya maricaye

 

 . . . the destroyer of all magic spells (sarvabhicara-hanta),  and the giver of all powers and opulences (sarvaishvarya- vidhayi), red-eyed (pingaksha), who have one horn (eka-shringa),  who have two horns (dvi-shringa), who are splendid like the sun  (marici), . . .

 

Text 50

 

bahu-shringaya lingaya

     maha-shringaya te namah

mangalyaya manojnaya

     mantavyaya mahatmane

 

 . . . who have many horns (bahu-shringa), who are not different  from Your Deity form (linga), who have a great horn (maha-shringa),  who are the supreme auspiciousness (mangalya), who are supremely  handsome and charming (manojna), who are the proper  object of meditation (mantavya), who are the Supreme Personality  of Godhead (mahatma), . . .

 

Text 51

 

maha-devaya devaya

     matulinga-dharaya ca

maha-maya-prasutaya

     prastutaya ca mayine

 

 . . . who are the Supreme Personality of Godhead (maha-deva and  deva), who hold a matulinga (matulinga-dhara), who are the  origin of the maha-maya potency (maha-maya- prasuta), who are glorified by the sages (prastuta), who are the  master of the illusory potency maya (mayi), . . .

 

Text 52

 

anantananta-rupaya

     mayine jala-shayine

mahodaraya mandaya

     madadaya madaya ca

 

 . . . who manifested limitless forms (anantananta-rupa), who are  the master of the illusory potency maya (mayi), who rest on  the waters (jala-shayi), whose belly is gigantic (mahodara), who  are gentle (manda), who give bliss to the devotees (madada), who  are transcendental bliss personified (mada), . . .

 

Text 53

 

madhu-kaiöabha-hantre ca

     madhavaya muraraye

maha-viryaya dhairyaya

     citra-viryaya te namah

 

 . . . who killed Madhu and Kaiöabha (madhu-kaiöabha-hanta),  who are the goddess of fortune's husband (madhava), who are the  enemy of the Mura demon (murari), who are all-powerful (maha- virya), who are all-patient (dhairya), and who are wonderfully  powerful (citra-virya).

 

Text 54

 

citra-kurmaya citraya

     namas te citra-bhanave

mayatitaya mayaya

     maha-viraya te namah

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, obeisances to You, who are a wonderful  tortoise (citra-kurma), wonderful (citra), splendid like a  wonderful sun (citra-bhanu), beyond the illusory potency maya  (mayatita), the master of the illusory potency maya (maya),  and all-powerful (maha-vira).

 

Text 55

 

maha-tejaya bijaya

     tejo-dhamne ca bijine

tejomaya nrisimhaya

     namas te citra-bhanave

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are splendid and  powerful (maha-teja), the seed of all existence (bija), the Lord  who resides in the splendid spiritual world (tejo-dhama), the  seed of all existence (biji), effulgent (tejoma), half-man and  half-lion (nrisimha), and splendid like a wonderful sun (citra- bhanu).

 

Text 56

 

maha-damshöraya tushöaya

     namah pushöi-karaya ca

shipivishöaya hrishöaya

     pushöaya parameshöine

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who has large and fearsome teeth  (maha-damshöra), who is filled with happiness (tushöa), who  maintains and protects His devotees (pushöi-kara), effulgent  (shipivishöa), happy (hrishöa), powerful (pushöa), and the supreme  controller (parameshöi).

 

Text 57

 

vishishöaya ca shishöaya

     garishöhayeshöa-dayine

namo jyeshöhaya shreshöhaya

     tushöayamita-tejase

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the greatest (vishishöa,  shishöa, and garishöha), who fulfills His devotees' desires (ishöa- dayi), the oldest (jyeshöha), the best (shreshöha), happy (tushöa),  and unlimitedly powerful (amita-tejah).

 

Text 58

 

sashöanga-nyasta-rupaya

     sarva-dushöantakaya ca

vaikunöhaya vikunöhaya

     keshi-kanöhaya te namah

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, to whom the devotees  offer dandavat obeisances (sashöanga-nyasta-rupa), who are  the killer of all the demons (sarva-dushöantaka), the master of  the spiritual world (vaikunöha and vikunöha), and who have a  lion's neck (keshi-kanöha).

 

Text 59

 

kanöhiravaya lunöhaya

     nishaöhaya haöhaya ca

sattvodriktaya rudraya

     rig-yajuh-sama-gaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, whose throat is filled with a  roar (kanöhi-rava), who robs the devotees of their entrapment in  the world of birth and death (lunöha), who is supremely honest  (nishaöha), who is ferocious (haöha), who is situated in  transcendental goodness (sattvodrikta), who is angry (rudra), who  is the hymns of the Rig, Yajur, and Sama Vedas (rig-yajuh-sama- ga), . . .

 

Text 60

 

ritu-dhvajaya vajraya

     mantra-rajaya mantrine

tri-netraya tri-vargaya

     tri-dhamne ca tri-shuline

 

 . . . who is the flage of the seasons (ritu-dhvaja), a  thunderbolt (vajra), the king of mantras (mantra-raja), and the best  advisor (mantri), who has three eyes (tri-netra), three classes  of followers (tri-varga), three abodes (tri-dhama), a trident  (tri-shuli), . . .

 

Text 61

 

tri-kala-jnana-rupaya

     tri-dehaya tridhatmane

namas tri-murti-vidyaya

     tri-tattva-jnanine namah

 

 . . . who knows everything of the three phases of time (tri- kala-jnana-rupa), who has three forms (tri-deha), and three  expansions (tridhatma). Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who knows  the three truths (tri-murti-vidya and tri-tattva-j{.sy  241}ani).

 

Text 62

 

akshobhyayaniruddhaya

     aprameyaya manave

amritaya anantaya

     amitayamitaujase

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is peaceful (akshobhya), who  cannot be thwarted (aniruddha), who is immeasurable (aprameya),  the goddess of fortune's husband (manu), immortal (amrita),  limitless (ananta and amita), unlimitledly powerful (amitaujah),  . .

 

Text 63

 

apamrityu-vinashaya

     apasmara-vighatine

ana-dayana-rupaya

     anayana-bhuje namah

 

 . . . the destroyer of untimely death (apamrityu-vinasha), the  destroyer of forgetfulness (apasmara-vighati), the giver of  life (anada), the form of life (ana-rupa), life (ana), and the  enjoyer of life (ana-bhuk).

 

Text 64

 

nadyaya niravadyaya

     vidyayadbhuta-karmane

sadyo-jataya sanghaya

     vaidyutaya namo namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is glorified with many  prayers (nadya), who is supremely pure (niravadya), who is  filled with transcendental knowledge (vidya), whose activities are  wonderful (adbhuta-karma), who suddenly appears before His  devotee (sadyo-jata), who is accompanied by His devotees  (sangha), and who is splendid like lightning (vaidyuta).

 

Text 65

 

adhvatitaya sattvaya

     vag-atitaya vagmine

vag-ishvaraya go-paya

     go-hitaya gavam-pate

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who stays far from the path of  the materialists (adhvatita), who is the Absolute Truth (sattva),  who is beyond the descriptive power of material words (vag- atita), who is most eloquent (vagmi and vag-ishvara), who is the  protector of the cows (gopa), the auspiciousness of the cows (go- hita), and the master of the cows (gavam-pati), . . .

 

Text 66

 

gandharvaya gabhiraya

     garjitayorjitaya ca

parjanyaya prabuddhaya

     pradhana-purushaya ca

 

 . . . whose voice is melodious (gandharva), who is profound  (gabhira), who roars ferociously (garjita), who is very powerful  (urjita), who roars like thunder (parjanya), who is the most  wise (prabuddha), who is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the  controller of the material world (pradhana-purusha), . . .

 

Text 67

 

padmabhaya sunabhaya

     padma-nabhaya manine

padma-netraya padmaya

     padmayah-pataye namah

 

 . . . who is splendid like a lotus flower (padmabha), whose  navel is graceful (sunabha), whose navel is a lotus flower  (padma-nabha), who is glorious (mani), whose eyes are lotus  flowers (padma-netra), who is graceful like a lotus flower  (padma), and who is the goddess of fortune's husband (padmayah- pati).

 

Text 68

 

padmodaraya putaya

     padma-kalpodbhavaya ca

namo hrit-padma-vasaya

     bhu-padmoddharanaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, whose abdomen is a lotus flower  (padmodara), who is supremely pure (puta), who appeared in the  Padma-kalpa (padma-kalpodbhava), who stays on the lotus of His  devotee's heart (hrit-padma-vasa), and who picked up the earth as  if it were a lotus flower (bhu-padmoddharana).

 

Text 69

 

shabda-brahma-svarupaya

     brahma-rupa-dharaya ca

brahmane brahma-rupaya

     padma-netraya te namah

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisi\mha, who are the Vedas  personified (shabda-brahma-svarupa and brahma-rupa-dhara), the  Supreme Personality of Godhead (brahma), and the Lord whose form is  spiritual (brahma-rupa), and whose eyes are lotus flowers (padma- netra).

 

Text 70

 

brahma-daya brahmanaya

     brahma-brahmatmane namah

subrahmanyaya devaya

     brahmanyaya tri-vedine

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who gives the most valuable gift  (brahma-da), who is worshiped by Brahma (brahmana), who is the  Supersoul who guides the brahmanas (brahma-brahmatma), who is  worshiped by the brahmanas (subrahmanya), who is the glorious  Supreme Personality of Godhead (deva), who is worshiped by the  brahmanas (brahmanya), and who is the author of the three Vedas  (tri-vedi).

 

Text 71

 

para-brahma-svarupaya

     panca-brahmatmane namah

namas te brahma-shirase

     tadashva-shirase namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, whose form is spiritual (para- brahma-svarupa), who is the panca-brahma (panca- brahmatma), who is the head of the Vedas (brahma-shirah), and  who appears in a form with a horse's head (tadashva-shirah).

 

Text 72

 

atharva-shirase nityam

     ashani-pramitaya ca

namas te tikshna-damshöraya

     lalaya lalitaya ca

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are the head of the  Atharva Veda (atharva-shirah), who hurl a thunderbolt (ashani- pramita), whose teeth are sharp (tikshna-damshöra), and who are  graceful and playful (lala and lalita).

 

Text 73

 

lavanyaya lavitraya

     namas te bhasakaya ca

lakshana-jnaya lakshaya

     lakshanaya namo namah

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are handsome  (lavanya), who are a scythe for mowing down the demons  (lavitra), who are effulgent (bhasaka), who know everything  (lakshana-jna), and who are filled with transcendental  qualities (laksha and lakshana).

 

Text 74

 

lasad-ripraya lipraya

     vishnave prabhavishnave

vrishni-mulaya krishnaya

     shri-maha-vishnave namah

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who purify sins (lasad- ripra), who are glorious (lipra), all-pervading (vishnu), all- powerful (prabhavishnu), the root of the Vrishni dynasty (vrishni- mula), Lord Krishna (krishna), and Lord Maha-Vishnu (shri-maha- vishnu).

 

Text 75

 

pashyami tvaa maha-simham

     harinam vana-malinam

kiriöinam kundalinam

     sarvangam sarvato-mukham

 

     I gaze on You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are a great lion (maha- simha), who take away all that is inauspicious (hari), who wear  a forest garland (vana-mali), a helmet (kiriöi), earrings  (kundali), who are all-pervading (sarvanga), whose faces are  everywhere (sarvato-mukha), . . .

 

Text 76

 

sarvatah-pani-padoram

     sarvato-'kshi-shiro-mukham

sarveshvaram sada-tushöam

     samartham samara-priyam

 

 . . . whose hands, feet, and thighs are everywhere (sarvatah- pani-padora), whose eyes, heads, and faces are everywhere  (sarvato-'kshi-shiro-mukha), who are the controller of all  (sarveshvara), who are always blissful (sada-tushöa), who are all- powerful (samartha), who are fond of a fight (samara-priya), . . .

 

Text 77

 

bahu-yojana-vistirnam

     bahu-yojana-mayatam

bahu-yojana-hastanghrim

     bahu-yojana-nasikam

 

 . . . who are many yojanas in size (bahu-yojana-vistirna and  bahu-yojana-mayata), whose hands and feet are many yojanas (bahu- yojana-hastanghri), whose nose is many yojanas (bahu-yojana- nasika), . . .

 

Text 78

 

maha-rupam maha-vaktram     maha-damshöram maha-bhujam

maha-nadam maha-raudram

     maha-kayam maha-balam

 

 . . . whose form is gigantic (maha-rupa), whose mouth is  gigantic (maha-vaktra), whose teeth are gigantic (maha-damshöra),  whose arms are gigantic (maha-bhuja), whose roar is gigantic (maha- nada), who are very ferocious (maha-raudra), whose body is  gigantic (maha-kaya), who has all power (maha-bala), . . .

 

Text 79

 

anabher-brahmano-rupam

     agalad-vaishnavam tatha

ashirsad-randhram ishanam

     tad-agre-sarvatah-shivam

 

 . . . who are Brahma from the beginning of Your navel  (anabher-brahmano-rupa), Who are Lord Vishnu from the  beginning of Your neck (agalad-vaishnava), who are Lord Rudra  from the beginning of Your head (ashirsad-randhra), who are the  supreme controller (ishana), and who are all-auspicious  everywhere (tad-agre-sarvatah-shiva).

 

Text 80

 

namo 'stu narayana narasimha

     namo 'stu narayana vira-simha

namo 'stu narayana krura-simha

     namo 'stu narayana divya-simha

 

     O Narayana, O Narasimha, obeisances unto You! O  Narayana, O heroic lion (vira- simha), obeisances unto You! O Narayana, O ferocious lion  (krura-simha), obeisances unto You! O Narayana, O splendid  transcendental lion (divya-simha), obeisances unto You!

 

Text 81

 

namo 'stu narayana vyaghra-simha

     namo 'stu narayana puccha-simha

namo 'stu narayana purna-simha

     namo 'stu narayana raudra-simha

 

     O Narayana, O ferocious lion (vyaghra-simha), obeisances  unto You! O Narayana, O transcendental lion (puccha-simha),  obeisances unto You! O Narayana, O perfect lion (purna-simha),  obeisances unto You! O Narayana, O angry lion (raudra-simha),  obeisances unto You!

 

Text 82

 

namo namo bhishana-bhadra-simha

     namo namo vihvala-netra-simha

namo namo briahita-bhuta-simha

     namo namo nirmala-citra-simha

 

     O fearsome lion (bhishana-bhadra-simha), obeisances unto  You!  O lion with angry eyes (vihvala-netra- simha), obeisances unto You! O gigantic lion (briahita-bhuta- simha), obeisances unto You! O splendid, pure, and wonderful lion  (nirmala-citra-simha), obeisances unto You!

 

Text 83

 

namo namo nirjita-kala-simha

     namo namo kalpita-kalpa-simha

namo namo kamada-kama-simha

     namo namas te bhuvanaika-simha

 

     O lion who defeat time (nirjita-kala-simha), obeisances unto  You! O all-powerful lion (kalpita-kalpa-simha), obeisances unto  You! O lion who fulfills all desires (kamada-kama-simha),  obeisances unto You! O lion who rules the world (bhuvanaika- simha), obeisances unto You!

 

Text 84

 

dyava-pritivyor idam antaram hi

     vyaptam tvayaikena dishash ca sarvah

drishövadbhutam rupam ugram tavedam

     loka-trayam pravyathitam mahatman

 

     Although You are one, You are spread throughout the sky and  the planets and all space between. O great one, as I behold this  terrible form, I see that all the planetary systems are  perplexed.*

 

Text 85

 

ami hitva sura-sangha vishanti

     kecid bhitah pranjalayo grinanti

svastity uktva munayah siddha-sanghah

     stuvanti tvaa stutibhih pushkalabhih

 

     All the demigods are surrendering and entering into You.  They are very much afraid, and with folded hands they are singing  the Vedic hymns.*

 

Text 86

 

rudraditya vasavo ye ca sadhya

     vishvedeva marutash cosmapash ca

gandharva-yakshah sura-siddha-sangha

     vikshanti tvaa vismitash caiva sarve

     The different manifestations of Lord Shiva, the Adityas, the  Vasus, the Sadhyas, the Vishvadevas, the two Ashvins, the Maruts,  the forefathers, and the Gandharvas, the Yakshas, Asuras, and all  perfected demigods are beholding You in wonder.*

 

Text 87

 

leliyase grasaman asamantal

    lokan samagran vadanair jvaladbhih

tejobhir apurya jagat samagram

     bhasas tavograh pratapanti vishnoh

 

     O Vishnu, I see You devouring all people in Your flaming  mouths and covering the universe with Your immeasurable rays.  Scorching the worlds, You are manifest.*

 

Text 88

 

bhavishnus tvam sahishnus tvam

     bhrajishnur jishnur eva ca

prithivim antariksham tvam

     parvataranyam eva ca

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, You are the future (bhavishnu). You are the  most patient and tolerant (sahishnu). You are the most glorious  (bhrajishnu). You are always victorious (jishnu). You are the earth  (prithivi), the sky (antariksha), and the mountains and forests  (parvataranya).

 

Text 89

 

kala-kashöha viliptatvam

     muhurta-praharadikam

aho-ratram tri-sandhya ca

     paksha-masartu-vatsarah

 

     You are the differing units of time, such as the kala,  kashöha, vilipta, muhurta, and prahara. You are day and  night (aho-ratram), You are the three junctions known as  sunrise, noon, and sunset (tri-sandhya). You are the two  fortnights (paksha), the months (masa), the seasons (ritu), and  the year (vatsara).

 

Text 90

 

yugadir yuga-bhedas tvam

     samyuge yuga-sandhayah

nityam naimittikam dainam

     maha-pralayam eva ca

 

     You are the beginning of the yuga (yugadi), the various  yugas (yuga-bheda), the junctions of the yugas (samyuge yuga- sandhayah), and the four kinds of cosmic annihilations called  nitya, naimittika, daina, and maha-pralaya.

 

Text 91

 

karanam karanam karta

     bharta harta tvam ishvarah

sat-karta sat-kritir gopta

     sac-cid-ananda-vigrahah

 

     You are the cause (karana), the instrument (karana), the  creator (karta), the maintainer (bharta), the remover (harta),  the controller (ishvara), the doer of good (sat-karta and sat- kriti), the protector (gopta), and the Lord whose form is eternal  and full of knowledge and bliss ( sac-cid-ananda-vigraha).

 

Text 92

 

pranas tvam praninam pratyag

     atma tvam sarva-dehinam

su-jyotis tvam param-jyotir

     atma-jyotih sanatanah

 

     You are the life of all that live (pranah praninam), You  are the Supersoul (pratyag-atma). You are the splendor of all  embodied souls (sarva-dehinam su-jyotih). You are the supreme  effulgence (param-jyotih and atma-jyotih). You are eternal  (sanatana).

 

Text 93

 

jyotir loka-svarupas tvam

     tvam jyotir jyotishaa patih

svaha-karah svadha-karo

     vashat-karah kripa-karah

 

     You are the spiritual effulgence (jyotih), the  personification of all the worlds (loka-svarupa), the light of all  lights (jyotir jyotisham), the supreme master (pati), the  sacred word svaha (svaha-kara), the sacred word  svadha (svadha-kara), the sacred word vashaö (vashaö- kara), merciful (kripa-kara), . . .

 

Text 94

 

hanta-karo nirakaro

     vega-karash ca shankarah

akaradi-hakaranta

     omkaro loka-karakah

 

 . . . the sacred word hanta (hanta-kara), without a material  form (nirakara), the fastest and most powerful (vega-kara),  auspicious (shankara), the entire alphabet, beginning with a and  concluding with ha (akaradi-hakaranta), the sacred syllable oa  (omkara), and the creator of the worlds (loka-karaka).

 

Text 95

 

ekatma tvam anekatma

     catur-atma catur-bhujah

catur-murtish catur-damshörash

     catur-veda-mayottamah

 

     You are the one Supreme Personality of Godhead (ekatma),  who appears in many forms (anekatma), who manifests as the  catur-vyuha (catur-atma), who has four arms (catur-bhuja), who  appears in four forms (catur-murti), who has four teeth (catur- damshöra), and who is the Vedas personified (catur-veda-mayottama).

 

Text 96

 

loka-priyo loka-gurur

     lokesho loka-nayakah

loka-sakshi loka-patir

     lokatma loka-locanah

 

     You are dear to the worlds (loka-priya), the master of the  worlds (loka-guru, lokesha, and loka-nayaka), the witness of the  worlds (loka-sakshi), the master of the worlds (loka-pati), the  Supersoul omnipresent in the worlds (lokatma), the eye of the  worlds (loka-locana), . . .

 

Text 97

 

loka-dharo brihal-loko

     lokaloka-mayo vibhuh

loka-karta vishva-karta

     kritavartah kritagamah

 

 . . . the maintainer of the worlds (loka-dhara), the universal  form (brihal-loka and lokaloka-maya), all-powerful (vibhu), and  the creator of the worlds (loka-karta and vishva-karta, kritavarta  and kritagama).

 

Text 98

 

anadis tvam anantas tvam

     abhuto bhuta-vigrahah

stutih stutyah stava-pritah

     stota neta niyamakah

 

     You have no beginning (anadi). You have no end (ananta). You  were never created (abhuta). You are the form of all that exists  (bhuta-vigraha), You are the prayers offered to You (stuti). You  are the object of Your devotees' prayers (stutya). You are  pleased by Your devotees' prayers (stava-prita). You glorify  Your devotees (stota). You are the supreme leader (neta). You  are the supreme controller (niyamaka).

 

Text 99

 

tvam gatis tvam matir mahyam

     pita mata guruh sakha

suhridash catma-rupas tvam

     tvam vina nasti me gatih

 

     You are my goal (gati). I meditate on You (mati). You are my  father (pita), mother (mata), spiritual master (guru), friend  (sakha), well-wisher (suhrit), and Supersoul (atma-rupa). Without  You I have no goal and no auspicious future.

 

Text 100

 

namas te mantra-rupaya

     astra-rupaya te namah

bahu-rupaya rupaya

     panca-rupa-dharaya ca

 

     Obeisances to You, who are sacred mantras personified  (mantra-rupa), who are weapons personified (astra-rupa), who  appear in many forms (bahu-rupa), whose form is transcendental  (rupa), who appear in five forms (panca-rupa-dhara), . . .

 

Text 101

 

bhadra-rupaya ruöaya

     yoga-rupaya yogine

sama-rupaya yogaya

     yoga-piöha-sthitaya ca

 

 . . . whose form is auspicious (bhadra-rupa), who are the Vedic  mantras personified (ruta), who are yoga personified (yoga-rupa),  the master of yoga (yogi), whose form is graceful (sama-rupa),  who are yoga personified (yoga), who stay in the most sacred of  sacred places (yoga-piöha-sthita), . . .

 

Text 102

 

yoga-gamyaya saumyaya

     dhyana-gamyaya dhyayine

dhyeya-gamyaya dhamne ca

     dhamadhipataye namah

 

 . . . who are attained by yoga practice (yoga-gamya), who are  handsome and gentle (saumya), who are attained by meditation  (dhyana-gamya), who are the object of meditation (dhyayi and  dhyeya-gamya), who are the spiritual world (dhama), and the ruler  of the spiritual world (dhamadhipati).

 

Text 103

 

dharadharagha-dharmaya

     dharanabhirataya ca

namo dhatre ca sandhatre

     vidhatre ca dharaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who removes the sins of the  world (dharadharagha-dharma), who is attained by meditation  (dharanabhirata), who is the creator (dhata, sandhata,  vidhata, and dhara), . . .

 

Text 104

 

damodaraya dantaya

     danavanta-karaya ca

namah samsara-vaidyaya

     bheshajaya namo namah

 

 . . . whose waist was bound with a rope (damodara), who is  peaceful and self-controlled (danta), who kills the  demons (danavanta-kara), who is a physicimn expert in curing  the disease of repeated birth and death (samsara- vaidya and bheshaja).

 

Text 105

 

sira-dhvajaya shitaya

     vatayapramitaya ca

sarasvataya samsara-

     nashanayaksha-maline

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, whose flag is marked  with a plough (sira-dhvaja), who is the cold season (shita),  who is the wind (vata), who is immeasurable (apramita), who  is scholarship (sarasvata), who puts an end to the cycle of  birth and death (samsara-nashana), who wears a necklace of aksha  beads (aksha-mali), . . .

 

Text 106

 

asi-carma-dharayaiva

     shaö-karma-nirataya ca

vikarmaya sukarmaya

     para-karma-vidhayine

 

 . . . who holds a sword and shield (asi-carma-dhara), who is  expert in the six pious deeds (shaö-karma-nirata), who is free  from karma (vikarma), whose deeds are glorious (sukarma), whose  deeds are transcendental (para-karma-vidhayi), . . .

 

Text 107

 

susharmane manmathaya

     namo varmaya varmine

kari-carma-vasanaya

     karala-vadanaya ca

 

 . . . who is most auspicious (susharma), who is Kamadeva  (manmatha), who is armor (varma), who wears armor (varmi and kari-carma- vasana), whose face is fearsome (karala-vadana), . . .

 

Text 108

 

kavaye padma-garbhaya

     bhuta-garbha-ghrina-nidhe

brahma-garbhaya garbhaya

     brihad-garbhaya dhurjite

 

 . . . who is the best of philosophers (kavi), who gave birth to  Brahma in a lotus flower (padma-garbha), who gave birth to all  living beings (bhuta-garbha-ghrina-nidhi), who gave birth to  Brahma (brahma-garbha), who gave birth to all that exists  (garbha and brihad-garbha, and dhurjit), . . .

 

Text 109

 

namas te vishva-garbhaya

     shri-garbhaya jitaraye

namo hiranyagarbhaya

     hiranya-kavacaya ca

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, obeisances unto You, the creator of the  universes (vishva-garbha), the creator of beauty and opulence  (shri-garbha), the warrior who defeats His enemies (jitari), the  universal form (hiranyagarbha), the Lord covered with golden  armor (hiranya-kavaca), . . .

 

Text 110

 

hiranya-varna-dehaya

     hiranyaksha-vinashine

hiranyakasipor-hantre

     hiranya-nayanaya ca

 

 . . . whose form is the color of gold (hiranya-varna-deha), who  killed Hiranyaksha (hiranyaksha-vinashi), who killed  Hiranyakasipu (hiranyakasipor-hanta), whose eyes are golden  (hiranya-nayana), . . .

 

Text 111

 

hiranya-retase tubhyam

     hiranya-vadanaya ca

namo hiranya-shringaya

     nisha-shringaya shringine

 

 . . . whose seed is golden (hiranya-retah), whose face is  golden (hiranya-vadana), whose horn is golden (hiranya-shringa),  whose horn is night (nisha-shringa), who has a great horn (shringi), . . .

 

Text 112

 

bhairavaya sukeshaya

     bhishanayantri-maline

candaya runda-malaya

     namo danda-dharaya ca

 

 . . . who are fearsome (bhairava), whose mane is graceful  (sukesha), who is fearsome (bhishana), who wear a garland of  intestines (antri-mali), who are ferocious (canda), who wear a  necklace of skulls (runda-mala), who hold a staff (danda- dhara), . . .

 

Text 113

 

akhanda-tattva-rupaya

     kamandalu-dharaya ca

namas te khanda-simhaya

     satya-simhaya te namah

 

 . . . who are the Absolute Truth (akhanda-tattva-rupa), who  hold a kamandalu (kamandalu-dhara), who are a great lion  (khanda-simha), and who are a transcendental lion (satya- simha).

 

Text 114

 

namas te shveta-simhaya

     pita-simhaya te namah

nila-simhaya nilaya

     rakta-simhaya te namah

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, obeisances unto You, who are a white lion  (shveta-simha), a yellow lion (pita-simha), a black lion (nila- simha), black (nila), and a red lion (rakta-simha).

 

Text 115

 

namo haridra-simhaya

     dhumra-simhaya te namah

mula-simhaya mulaya

     brihat-simhaya te namah

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, obeisances unto You, who are a yellow lion  (haridra-simha), a smoke-colored lion (dhumra-simha), the root  of all lions (mula-simha), the root of all that exists (mula),  and a great lion (brihat-simha).

 

Text 116

 

patala-sthita-simhaya

     namo parvata-vasine

namo jala-stha-simhaya

     antariksha-sthitaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the lion in Patalaloka  (patala-sthita-simha), the lion in the mountains (parvata- vasi), the lion in the waters (jala-stha-simha), and the lion in  the sky (antariksha-sthita).

 

Text 117

 

kalagni-rudra-simhaya

     canda-simhaya te namah

ananta-simha-simhaya

     ananta-gataye namah

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are the angry lion of  the fire of time (kalagni-rudra-simha), who are a ferocious lion  (canda-simha), who are the limitless lion of lions (ananta- simha-simha), and who are the goal that has no limit (ananta- gati).

 

Text 118

 

namo vicitra-simhaya     bahu-simha-svarupine

abhayankara-simhaya

     narasimhaya te namah

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are a wonderful lion  (vicitra-simha), the form of many lions (bahu-simha-svarupi),  the lion that gives fearlessness (abhayankara- simha), and half-man half-lion (narasimha).

 

Text 119

 

namo 'stu simha-rajaya

     narasimhaya te namah

saptabdhi-mekhalayaiva

     satya-satya-svarupine

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the king of lions (simha- raja), half-man half-lion (narasimha), the earth, which wears  the seven oceans like a belt (saptabdhi- mekhala), the Lord whose form is transcendental (satya-satya- svarupi), . . .

 

Text 120

 

sapta-lokantara-sthaya

     sapta-svara-mayaya ca

saptarcih-rupa-damshöraya

     saptashva-ratha-rupine

 

 . . . who stays in the seven worlds (sapta-lokantara-stha), who  is glorified with songs in the seven notes (sapta-svara-maya),  whose teeth are splendid like seven suns (saptarcih-rupa- damshöra), and who is gigantic like seven horse-drawn chariots  (saptashva-ratha-rupi).

 

Text 121

 

sapta-vayu-svarupaya

     sapta-cchando-mayaya ca

svacchaya svaccha-rupaya

     svacchandaya ca te namah

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are like seven  strong winds (sapta-vayu-svarupa), who are glorified by prayers  in the seven meters (sapta-cchando-maya), who are pure (svaccha  and svaccha-rupa), and who are supremely independent (svacchanda).

 

Text 122

 

shrivatsaya suvedhaya

     shrutaye shruti-murtaye

shuci-shravaya shuraya

     su-prabhaya su-dhanvine

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who bears the mark of Shrivatsa  (shrivatsa), who is decorated with earrings (suvedha), who is the  Vedas personified (shruti and shruti-murti), whose fame is spotless  (shuci-shrava), who is heroic (shura), who is effulgent (su- prabha), who carries a great bow (su-dhanvi), . . .

 

Text 123

 

shubhraya sura-nathaya

     su-prabhaya shubhaya ca

sudarshanaya sukshmaya

     niruktaya namo namah

 

 . . . who is glorious (shubhra), the master of the demigods  (sura-natha), effulgent (su-prabha), auspicious (shubha), handsome  (sudarshana), subtle (sukshma), and eloquent (nirukta).

 

Text 124

 

su-prabhaya svabhavaya

     bhavaya vibhavaya ca

sushakhaya vishakhaya

     sumukhaya mukhaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is effulgent (su-prabha),  spiritual (svabhava), eternally existing (bhava), the cause of  spiritual love (vibhava), handsome (sushakha), perfect and  complete (vishakha), with a handsome face (sumukha), the first  of all (mukha), . . .

 

Text 125

 

su-nakhaya su-damshöraya

     surathaya sudhaya ca

sankhyaya sura-mukhyaya

     prakhyataya prabhaya ca

 

 . . . whose claws are glorious (su-nakha), whose teeth are  glorious (su-damshöra), who is like a great chariot (suratha), who  is like nectar (sudha), who is described by the sankhya  philosophy (sankhya), who is the leader of the demigods (sura- mukhya), who is all-famous (prakhyata), who is effulgent  (prabha), . . .

 

Text 126

 

namah khaövanga-hastaya

     kheöa-mudgara-panaye

khagendraya mrigendraya

     nagendraya dridhaya ca

 

 . . . who holds a khaövanga staff in His hand (khaövanga- hasta), who holds a kheöa-mudgara club in His hand (kheöa- mudgara-pani), who is carried by Garuda (khagendra), who is a  great lion (mrigendra), who is the king of the nagas (nagendra),  who is firm and resolute (dridha), . . .

 

Text 127

 

naga-keyura-haraya

     nagendrayagha-mardine

nadi-vasaya nagaya

     nana-rupa-dharaya ca

 

 . . . who wears a necklace and armlets of snakes (naga-keyura- hara), who is worshiped by the king of snakes (nagendra), who  crushes sins (agha-mardi), who stays in the sacred rivers  (nadi-vasa), who is powerful and swift (naga), who assumes  many forms (nana-rupa-dhara), . . .

 

Text 128

 

nageshvaraya nagaya

     namitaya naraya ca

naganta-karathayaiva

     nara-narayanaya ca

 

 . . . who is the ruler of the nagas (nageshvara and naga), who  is the Lord worshiped and honored by the devotees (namita), who  appears in a humanlike form (nara), who rides on garuda  (naganta-karatha), and who is Nara-Narayana Rishis (nara-narayana).

 

Text 129

 

namo matsya-svarupaya

     kacchapaya namo namah

namo yajna-varahaya

     narasimhaya te namah

 

     Obeisances to He who assumes the form of Matsya (matsya- svarupa)! Obeisances to He who assumes the form of Kurma  (kacchapa)! Obeisances to He who assumes the form of Yajna-Varaha (yajna-varaha)! O Lord Nrisimha, obeisances to You!

 

Text 130

 

vikramakranta-lokaya

     vamanaya mahaujase

namo bhargava-ramaya

     ravananta-karaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who crosses over all the worlds  (vikramakranta-loka), who is Vamana (vamana), who is all- powerful (mahaujah), who is Parashurama (bhargava-rama), and  who is the Rama that ended Ravana's life (ravananta-kara).

 

Text 131

 

namas te balaramaya

     kamsa-pradhvamsa-karine

buddhaya buddha-rupaya

     tikshna-rupaya kalkine

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who appear as Balarama  (balarama), who kill Kamsa (kamsa-pradhvamsa-kari), who  are Buddha (buddha and buddha-rupa), who are ferocious (tikshna- rupa), and who are Kalki (kalki).

 

Text 132

 

atreyayagni-netraya

     kapilaya dvijaya ca

kshetraya pashu-palaya

     pashu-vaktraya te namah

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who appear as Dattatreya  (atreya), whose eyes are fire (agni-netra), who appear Kapila  (kapila), who are the leader of the brahmanas (dvija), who are  the universal form (kshetra), who are the protector of the cows (pashu- pala), and who have a lion's face (pashu-vaktra).

 

Text 133

 

grihasthaya vanasthaya

     yataye brahmacarine

svargapavarga-datre ca

     tad-bhoktre ca mumukshave

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are worshiped by the  grihasthas (grihastha), who are worshiped by the vanaprasthas  (vanastha), who are worshiped by the sannyasis (yati), who are  worshiped by the brahmacaris (brahmacari), who give liberation  and residence in Svargaloka (svargapavarga-data), who are the  supreme enjoyer (tad-bhokta), who yearn to give liberation to  the living entities (mumukshu), . . .

 

Text 134

 

shalagrama-nivasaya

     kshirabdhi-shayanaya ca

shri-shailadri-nivasaya

     shila-vasaya te namah

 

 . . . who appear as the Shalagrama-shila (shalagrama- nivasa), who recline on the milk-ocean (kshirabdhi-shayana), who  reside in Shri Shaila (shri- shailadri-nivasa), and who appear as a stone (shila-vasa).

 

Text 135

 

yogi-hrit-padma-vasaya

     maha-hasaya te namah

guha-vasaya guhyaya

     guptaya gurave namah

 

 . . . who stay in the lotus of the yogis' hearts (yogi-hrit- padma-vasa), and who smile and laugh (maha-hasa). Obeisances to Lord  Nrisimha, who stays in the cave of the heart (guha-vasa,  guhya, and gupta), and who is the supreme spiritual master  (guru).

 

Text 136

 

namo muladhivasaya

     nila-vastra-dharaya ca

pita-vastraya shastraya

     rakta-vastra-dharaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the root of all existence  (muladhivasa), who wears blue garments (nila-vastra-dhara), who  wears yellow garments (pita-vastra), who is armed with many  weapons (shastra), who wears red garments (rakta-vastra-dhara), .  . .

 

Text 137

 

rakta-mala-vibhushaya

     rakta-gandhanulepine

dhurandharaya dhurtaya

     durdharaya dharaya ca

 

 . . . who wears a red garland (rakta-mala-vibhusha), who is  anointed with red scents (rakta-gandhanulepi), who is the  maintainer of all (dhurandhara), who is cunning (dhurta), who is  invincible (durdhara), who is the maintainer of all (dhara), . . .

 

Text 138

 

durmadaya durantaya

     durdharaya namo namah

durnirikshyaya nishöhaya

     durdanaya drumaya ca

 

 . . . who is ferocious (durmada), infinite (duranta), invincible  (durdhara), who is difficult to see (durnirikshya), who is  faithful (nishöha), who is difficult to attain (durdana), who is  like a tree (druma), . . .

 

Text 139

 

durbhedaya durashaya

     durlabhaya namo namah

driptaya dripta-vaktraya

     adripta-nayanaya ca

 

 . . . who cannot be defeated (durbheda), who destroys the  demons' hopes (durasha), who is difficult to attain (durlabha),  who is ferocious (dripta), whose face is ferocious (dripta- vaktra), who is the leader of the gentle and humble (adripta- nayana), . . .

 

Text 140

 

unmattaya pramattaya

     namo daityaraye namah

rasajnaya raseshaya

     arakta-rasanaya ca

 

 . . . who is wild (unmatta and pramatta), who is the demons'  enemy (daityari), who is expert at relishing the transcendental  mellows (rasajna), who is the king of transcendental  mellows (rasesha), and whose tongue is red (arakta-rasana).

 

Text 141

 

patyaya paritoshaya

     rathyaya rasikaya ca

urdhva-keshordhva-rupaya

     namas te cordhva-retase

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, obeisances to You, who are the master of all  (patya), who are filled with bliss (paritosha), who ride on a  chariot (rathya), who relish transcendental mellows (rasika),  who have a great mane (urdhva-kesha), whose form is tall and  massive (urdhva-rupa), and who are the best of the celibates  (urdhva-retah).

 

Text 142

 

urdhva-simhaya simhaya

     namas te cordhva-bahave

para-pradhvamsakayaiva

     shankha-cakra-dharaya ca

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, obeisances to You, who are a gigantic lion  (urdhva-simha and simha), who have mighty arms (urdhva-bahu),  who kill the demons (para-pradhvamsaka), who hold a conch and  cakra (shankha-cakra-dhara), . . .

 

Text 143

 

gada-padma-dharayaiva

     panca-bana-dharaya ca

kameshvaraya kamaya

     kama-palaya kamine

 

 . . . who hold a club and lotus (gada-padma-dhara), who hold  five arrows (panca-bana-dhara), who are the controller of  Kamadeva (kameshvara), who are Kamadeva (kama), who protect  Kamadeva (kama-pala), and who control Kamadeva (kami).

 

Text 144

 

namah kama-viharaya

     kama-rupa-dharaya ca

soma-suryagni-netraya

     somapaya namo namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who enjoys amorous pastimes  (kama-vihara), who has the power to assume any form at will  (kama-rupa-dhara), whose three eyes are the sun, moon, and fire  (soma-suryagni-netra), and who protects the moon (somapa).

 

Text 145

 

namah somaya vamaya

     vamadevaya te namah

sama-svanaya saumyaya

     bhakti-gamyaya vai namah

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are Soma (soma), Vama  (vama), Vamadeva (vamadeva), the hymns of the Sama Veda  (sama-svana), handsome (saumya), and attainable by devotional  service (bhakti-gamya).

 

Text 146

 

kushanda-gana-nathaya

     sarva-shreyas-karaya ca

bhishmaya bhisha-dayaiva

     bhima-vikramanaya ca

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are the master of the kushandas (kushanda-gana-natha), the benefactor of all  (sarva-shreyas-kara), ferocious (bhishma and bhisha-daya),  all-powerful (bhima-vikramana), . . .

 

Text 147

 

mriga-grivaya jivaya

     jitayajita-karine

jaöine jamadagnaya

     namas te jata-vedase

 

 . . . with a lion's neck (mriga-griva), the life of all that  live (jiva), the conqueror of the demons (jita), invincible  (ajita-kari), whose hair is matted (jaöi), who are  Parashurama (jamadagna), and who are the master of all opulences  (jata-vedah).

 

Text 148

 

japa-kusuma-varnaya

     japyaya japitaya ca

jarayujayanda-jaya

     sveda-jayodbhijaya ca

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, whose complexion is the  color of a rose (japa-kusuma-varna), who are glorified with  japa-mantras (japya and japita), who are the creator of all living  entities born from wombs (jarayuja), who are the creator of the  living entities born from eggs (anda-ja), who are the creator of  living entities born from perspiration (sveda-ja), who are the  creator of living entities sprouted from seeds (udbhija), . . .

 

Text 149

 

janardanaya ramaya

     jahnavi-janakaya ca

jara-janmadi-duraya

     pradyumnaya pramodine

 

 . . . who remove Your devotees' sufferings (janardana), who are  the supreme enjoyer (rama), who are the father of the Ganges  (jahnavi-janaka), who rescue the living entities from birth,  old-age, and a host of troubles (jara-janmadi- dura), who are Pradyumna (pradyumna), who are blissful  (pramodi), . .

 

Text 150

 

jihva-raudraya rudraya

     virabhadraya te namah

cid-rupaya samudraya

     kad-rudraya pracetase

 

 . . . whose tongue shows Your anger (jihva-raudra), who are  ferocious (rudra), who are heroic (virabhadra), whose form is  transcendental (cid-rupa), who are the ocean (samudra), whose are  ferocious (kad-rudra), and who are most intelligent  (pracetah).

 

Text 151

 

indriyayendriya-jnaya

     namo 'stv indranujaya ca

atindriyaya saraya

     indira-pataye namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who is the master of the senses  (indriya), knowable by spiritual senses (indriya-jna),  the younger brother of Indra (indranuja), beyond the reach of  material senses (atindriya), the best (sara), the husband of  the goddess of fortune (indira-pati), . . .

 

Text 152

 

ishanaya ca idyaya

     ishitaya inaya ca

vyomatmane ca vyomne ca

     namas te vyoma-keshine

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are the supreme  master (ishana), the supreme object of worship (idya), the  supreme controller (ishita), all-glorious (ina), and the master of  the spiritual sky (vyomatma and vyoma), and whose mane touches the  sky (vyoma-keshi).

 

Text 153

 

vyoma-dharaya ca vyoma-

     vaktrayasura-ghatine

namas te vyoma-damshöraya

     vyoma-vasaya te namah

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who hold up the sky  (vyoma-dhara), whose wide-open mouth is like the sky (vyoma- vaktra), who kill the demons (asura-ghati), whose teeth are  like the sky (vyoma-damshöra), and whose home is in the spiritual  sky (vyoma-vasa).

 

Text 154

 

sukumaraya ramaya

     shubhacaraya te namah

vishvaya vishva-rupaya

     namo vishvatmakaya ca

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are gentle and soft  (sukumara), the supreme enjoyer (rama), auspicious  (shubhacara), and the universal form (vishva, vishva-rupa, and  vishvatmaka).

 

Text 155

 

jnanatmakaya jnanaya

     vishveshaya paratmane

ekatmane namas tubhyam

     namas te dvadashatmane

 

     Obeisances to You, O Lord Nrisimha, who are the object of  transcendental knowledge (jnanatmaka and jnana),  the master of the universe (vishvesha), the Supersoul (paratma),  the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who has no rival (ekatma),  and the Supreme Lord who appears in twelve forms (dvadashatma).

 

Text 156

 

catur-vimshati-rupaya

     panca-vimshati-murtaye

shad-vimshakatmane nityam

     sapta-vimshatikatmane

 

 . . . who appear in twenty-four forms (catur-vimshati-rupa), who  appear in twenty-five forms (panca-vimshati-murti), who  appear in twenty-six forms (shad-vimshakatma), and who appear  in twenty-seven forms (sapta-vimshatikatma).

 

Text 157

 

dharmartha-kama-mokshaya

     viraktaya namo namah

bhava-shuddhaya siddhaya

     sadhyaya sharabhaya ca

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who gives religion, economic  development, sense-gratification, and liberation (dharmartha- kama-moksha), who is always aloof from matter (virakta), who is  the most pure (bhava-shuddha), who is perfect (siddha), who is  the goal of spiritual life (sadhya), who is ferocious like a sharabha monster (sharabha), . . .

 

Text 158

 

prabodhaya subodhaya

     namo budhi-priyaya ca

snigdhaya ca vidagdhaya

     mugdhaya munaye namah

 

 . . . who is transcendental knowledge personified (prabodha and  subodha), and who is dear to the wise (budhi-priya). Obeisances  to Lord Nrisimha, who loves His devotees (snigdha), who is most  intelligent (vidagdha), who is charming (mugdha), and who is wise  (muni).

 

Text 159

 

priyam-vadaya shravyaya

     shruk-shruvaya shritaya ca

griheshaya maheshaya

     brahmeshaya namo namah

 

     Obeisances to Lord Nrisimha, who speaks sweetly (priyam- vada), whose glories should be heard (shravya), for whose  pleasure yajnas are offered (shruk-shruva), the shelter of the  devotees (shrita), the Lord of every home (grihesha), the Supreme  Personality of Godhead (mahesha), and the Lord of the brahmanas  (brahmesha).

 

Text 160

 

shridharaya sutirthaya

     hayagrivaya te namah

ugraya ugra-vegaya

     ugra-karma-rataya ca

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, obeisances to You, who are the husband of  the goddess of fortune (shridhara), the best of holy saints  (sutirtha), the Hayagriva incarnation (hayagriva), fearsome  (ugra), powerful (ugra-vega), and ferocious (ugra-karma-rata).

 

Text 161

 

ugra-netraya vyaghraya

     samagra-guna-shaline

bala-graha-vinashaya

     pishaca-graha-ghatine

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, obeisances to You, whose eyes are fearsome  (ugra-netra), who are ferocious (vyaghra), who have all virtues  (samagra-guna-shali), who destroy the demons and evil spirits (bala-graha- vinasha), who destroy witches (pishaca-graha-ghati), . . .

 

Text 162

 

dushöa-graha-nihantre ca

     nigrahanugrahaya ca

vrisha-dhvajaya vrishnyaya

     vrishaya vrishabhaya ca

 

 . . . who kill evil spirits (dushöa-graha-nihanta), who are most  merciful (nigrahanugraha), who carry a flag marked with a bull  (vrisha-dhvaja), who are the best (vrishnya, vrisha, and vrishabha), . . .

 

Text 163

 

ugra-shravaya shantaya

     namah shruti-dharaya ca

namas te deva-devesha

     namas te madhusudana

 

 . . . who are most famous (ugra-shrava), who are peaceful  (shanta), who remember everything (shruti-dhara), and who are the  ruler of the demigods (deva-devesha). Obeisances to You, the  killer of the Madhu demon (madhusudana).

 

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namas 'te pundarikaksha

     namas 'te durita-kshaya

namas 'te karuna-sindho

     namas 'te samitinjaya

 

     O lotus-eyed Lord (pundarikaksha), obeisances to You! O  Lord who rescue Your devotees from a host of troubles (durita- kshaya), obeisances to You! O ocean of mercy (karuna-sindhu),  obeisances to You! O Lord victorious in battle (samiti{.sy  241}jaya), obeisances to You!

 

Text 165

 

namas 'te narasimhaya

     namas 'te garuda-dhvaja

yajna-netra namas te 'stu

     kala-dhvaja jaya-dhvaja

 

     O Lord Nrisimha, obeisances to You! O Lord whose flag is  marked with Garuda (garuda-dhvaja), obeisances to You!  Obeisances to You, O Lord whose eyes are the Vedic yajnas  (yajna-netra), whose flag is time (kala-dhvaja), who hold  a victory-flag (jaya-dhvaja)!

 

Text 166

 

agni-netra namas te 'stu

     namas te hy amara-priya

maha-netra namas te 'stu

     namas te bhakta-vatsala

 

     O Lord whose eyes are fires (agni-netra), obeisances to You!  O Lord dear to the demigods (amara-priya), obeisances to You! O  Lord whose eyes are great (maha-netra), obeisances to You! O Lord  who love Your devotees (bhakta-vatsala), obeisances to You!

 

Text 167

 

dharma-netra namas te 'stu

     namas te karuna-kara

punya-netra namas te 'stu

     namas te 'bhishöa-dayaka

 

     O eye of religion (dharma-netra), obeisances to You! O  merciful one (karuna-kara), obeisances to You! O Lord whose eyes  are most sacred (punya-netra), obeisances to You! O Lord who  fulfills Your devotees' desires (abhishöa-dayaka), obeisances to  You!

 

Text 168

 

namo namas te daya-simha-rupa

     namo namas te narasimha-rupa

namo namas te rana-simha-rupa

     namo namas te narasimha-rupa

 

     O merciful lion (daya-simha-rupa), obeisances to You! O Lord  Nrisimha, obeisances to You! O warrior-lion (rana-simha-rupa),  obeisances to You! O Lord Nrisimha, obeisances to You!

 

Text 169

 

uddhatya garvitam daityam

     nihatyajau sura-dvisham

deva-karyam mahat kritva

     garjase vatma-tejase

 

     O Lord, You have killed the proud demon who hated  Your devotee, and have fulfilled Your mission of  saving Your devotee. Now You roar loudly.

 

Text 170

 

ati-rudram idam rupam

     duhsaham duratikramam

drishöva tu shankita sarva

     devatas tvam upagatah

 

     Gazing at this ferocious, powerful, and invincible form, the  frightened demigods approach You.

 

Texts 171 and 172

 

etan pashyan maheshanam

     brahmanam mam shaci-patim

dik-palan dvadashadityan

     rudran uraga-rakshasan

sarvan rishi-ganan saptam

     atrim gaurim sarasvatim

lakshmim nadish ca tirthani

     ratim bhuta-ganany api

 

     Please look at them, at Shiva, at me, who am Brahma, at  Indra, at the dik-palas, at the twelve Adityas, at the Rudras,  at the Uragas and Rakshasas, at all the sages, at the seven  sages, at Atri, Gauri, Sarasvati, Lakshmi, the sacred rivers  personified, the holy places personified, Rati, and the Bhutas.

 

Text 173

 

prasida tvam maha-simha

     ugra-bhavam imam tyaja

prakriti-stho bhava tvam hi

     shanta-bhavam ca dharaya

 

     O great lion, please be merciful to us. Please give up Your  anger. Please become Your self. Please be pacified.

 

Text 174

 

ity uktva dandavad bhumau

     papata sa pitamahah

prasida tvam prasida tvam

     prasideti punah punah

 

     After speaking these words, Grandfather Brahma fell to the  ground like a stick. Again and again he said: Please be merciful!  Please be merciful! Please be merciful!

 

 

TEXT NUMBERS OF THE NAMES

 

Each name is followed by it's text number. An asterisk (*) separates each entry.

 

 

Abhayankara-simha 118 * Abhista-dayaka 167 * Abhuta 98 * Adbhuta-karma 64 * Adhoksaja 42 * Adhvatita 65 * Adi-deva 23 * Adrpta-nayana 139 * Agalad-vaishnava 79 * Agha-hari 25 * Agha-mardi 127 * Aghora 23 * Aghora-virya 24 * Agni-netra 132 166 * Aho-ratram 89 * Ajaya 23 * Ajita-kari 147 * Akaradi-hakaranta 94 * Akhanda-tattva-rupa 113 * Akrura 21 * Aksa-mali 105 * Aksaya 23 * Aksobhya 62 * Amara-priya 166 * Amita 62 * Amita-tejah 57 * Amitaujah 62 * Amogha 25 * Amrta 62 * Ana 63 * Ana-bhuk 63 * Ana-rupa 63 * Anabher-brahmano-rupa 79 * Anada 63 * Anadi 98 * Anagha 25 * Ananta 47 62 98 * Ananta-gati 117 * Ananta-simha-simha 117 * Anantananta-rupa 52 * Anda-ja 148 * Anekatma 95 * Aniruddha 62 * Antariksa 88 * Antariksa-sthita 116 * Antri-mali 112 * Apamrtyu-vinasa 63 * Apasmara-vighati 63 * Aprameya 62 * Apramita 18 105 * Arakta-rasana 140 * Arupa 22 * Asani-pramita 72 * Asi-carma-dhara 106 * Asirsad-randhra 79 * Astra-rupa 100 * Asura-ghati 153 * Atharva-sirah 72 * Atindriya 151 * Atma-jyotih 92 * Atma-rupa 99 * Atreya 132 * Atta-hasa 7 * Avighna 43 *  * Bahu-rupa 100 * Bahu-simha-svarupi 118 * Bahu-srnga 50 * Bahu-yojana-hastanghri 77 * Bahu-yojana-mayata 77 * Bahu-yojana-nasika 77 * Bahu-yojana-vistirna 77 * Bala 28 * Bala-graha-vinasa 161 * Balarama 131 * Bhadra-rupa 101 * Bhairava 112 * Bhakta-vatsala 166 * Bhakti-gamya 145 * Bhargava-rama 130 * Bharta 91 * Bhasa 8 * Bhasaka 73 * Bhava 124 * Bhava-suddha 157 * Bhavisnu 88 * Bhesaja 104 * Bhima-vikramana 146 * Bhisa-daya 146 * Bhisana 112 * Bhisana-bhadra-simha 82 * Bhisma 146 * Bhrajisnu 88 * Bhrgave 45 * Bhu-padmoddharana 68 * Bhuta 44 * Bhuta-garbha-ghrna-nidhi 108 * Bhuta-graha-vinasa 45 * Bhuta-pala 44 * Bhuta-samyaman 45 * Bhuta-vasa 8 44 * Bhuta-vetala-ghata 44 * Bhuta-vigraha 98 * Bhutadhipati 44 * Bhutaghna 43 * Bhuti 44 * Bhuvanaika-simha 83 * Bija 55 * Biji 55 * Brahma 69 * Brahma-brahmatma 70 * Brahma-da 70 * Brahma-garbha 108 * Brahma-rupa 69 * Brahma-rupa-dhara 69 * Brahma-sirah 71 * Brahmacari 133 * Brahmana 70 * Brahmanya 70 * Brahmesa 159 * Brhad-garbha 108 * Brhal-loka 97 * Brhat-simha 115 * Brmhita-bhuta-simha 82 * Buddha 131 * Buddha-rupa 131 * Budhi-priya 158 *  * Cakri 20 * Canda 112 * Canda-simha 117 * Catur-atma 95 * Catur-bhuja 95 * Catur-damstra 95 * Catur-murti 95 * Catur-veda-mayottama 95 * Catur-vimsati-rupa 156 * Cid-ambara 32 * Cid-rupa 150 * Citra 54 * Citra-bhanu 54 55 * Citra-kurma 54 * Citra-virya 53 *  * Daityari 140 * Daksa 24 * Daksinarya 24 * Damodara 104 * Danavanta-kara 104 * Danda-dhara 112 * Danta 104 * Daya-simha-rupa 168 * Deva 37 51 70 * Deva-devesa 163 * Dhairya 53 * Dhama 102 * Dhamadhipati 102 * Dhananjaya 9 * Dhanvi 9 * Dhanya 9 * Dhara 103 137 * Dharadharagha-dharma 103 * Dharanabhirata 103 * Dharma 41 * Dharma-netra 167 * Dharma-vasa 9 * Dharmadhyaksa 41 * Dharmartha-kama-moksa 157 * Dhata 103 * Dhumra-simha 115 * Dhurandhara 137 * Dhurjit 108 * Dhurta 137 * Dhyana-gamya 102 * Dhyayi 102 * Dhyeya-gamya 102 * Dipta 17 * Dipta-rupa 17 * Disa-srotra 37 * Divya-simha 80 * Drdha 126 * Drpta 139 * Drpta-vaktra 139 * Druma 138 * Duranta 138 * Durasa 139 * Durbheda 139 * Durdana 138 * Durdhara 137 138 * Durita-ksaya 164 * Durlabha 139 * Durmada 138 * Durniriksya 138 * Dusta-graha-nihanta 162 * Dvadasatma 155 * Dvi-srnga 49 * Dvija 132 *  * Eka-srnga 49 * Ekatma 95 155 *  * Gabhira 66 * Gada-padma-dhara 143 * Gandharva 66 * Garbha 108 * Garistha 57 * Garjita 66 * Garuda-dhvaja 165 * Gati 99 * Gavam-pati 65 * Ghoradhyaksa 24 * Ghoraghora-tara 23 * Go-hita 65 * Gopa 65 * Gopta 91 * Grhastha 133 * Grhesa 159 * Gudakesa 14 * Guha-vasa 135 * Guhya 135 * Guna 10 * Gunaugha 25 * Gupta 135 * Guru 99 135 *  * Hanta-kara 94 * Hari 22 75 * Haridra-simha 115 * Harisa 14 * Harta 91 * Hatha 59 * Hayagriva 160 * Hiranya-kavaca 109 * Hiranya-nayana 110 * Hiranya-retah 111 * Hiranya-srnga 111 * Hiranya-vadana 111 * Hiranya-varna-deha 110 * Hiranyagarbha 109 * Hiranyakasipor-hanta 110 * Hiranyaksa-vinasi 110 * Hrsta 56 * Hrt-padma-vasa 68 *  * Idya 152 * Ina 152 * Indira-pati 151 * Indranuja 151 * Indriya 151 * Indriya-jna 151 * Isana 79 152 * Isita 152 * Ista-dayi 57 * Isvara 91 *  * Jagad-vasya 7 * Jahnavi-janaka 149 * Jala-sayi 52 * Jala-stha-simha 116 * Jala-vasa 7 * Jalesa 15 * Jamadagna 147 * Janardana 149 * Japa-kusuma-varna 148 * Japita 148 * Japya 148 * Jara-janmadi-dura 149 * Jarayuja 148 * Jata-vedah 147 * Jati 147 * Jaya 30 * Jaya-dhvaja 165 * Jihva-raudra 150 * Jisnu 88 * Jita 147 * Jitari 109 * Jiva 147 * Jnana 155 * Jnanatmaka 155 * Jvala-jihva 19 * Jvala-mala-svarupa 19 * Jvali 19 * Jyestha 57 * Jyotih 93 * Jyotir 93 * Jyotisam 93 *  * Kacchapa 129 * Kad-rudra 150 * Kala 11 19 * Kala-cakra 20 * Kala-dhvaja 165 * Kala-murti-dhara 19 * Kaladhyaksa 42 * Kalagni-rudra-simha 117 * Kalana 20 * Kalantaka 20 * Kalki 131 * Kalpa 20 * Kalpana 33 * Kalpatita 32 * Kalpita-kalpa-simha 83 * Kama 143 * Kama-pala 143 * Kama-rupa-dhara 144 * Kama-vihara 144 * Kamada-kama-simha 83 * Kamandalu-dhara 113 * Kamesvara 143 * Kami 143 * Kamsa-pradhvamsa-kari 131 * Kanthi-rava 59 * Kapila 132 * Karala-vadana 107 * Karana 91 * Kari-carma-vasana 107 * Karta 91 * Karuna-kara 167 * Karuna-sindhu 164 * Kavi 108 * Kesava 16 * Kesi 14 * Kesi-kantha 58 * Kesi-simha-raka 15 * Khadga-jihva 8 * Khadga-vasa 8 * Khadgi 8 * Khagendra 126 * Khanda-simha 113 * Khatvanga-hasta 126 * Kheta-mudgara-pani 126 * Kiriti 75 * Krama 21 * Kranta-loka-traya 22 * Krpa-kara 93 * Krishna 74 * Krt 20 * Krtagama 97 * Krtaghna 21 * Krtanta 21 * Krtatma 21 * Krtavarta 97 * Krti 21 * Krtivasa 21 * Kruddha 22 * Krura-simha 80 * Ksaya 23 * Ksetra 132 * Ksirabdhi-sayana 134 * Kula 16 * Kundali 75 * Kusesaya 16 * Kusmanda-gana-natha 146 *  * Laksa 73 * Laksana 73 * Laksana-jna 73 * Lala 72 * Lalita 72 * Lasad-ghora 24 * Lasad-ripra 74 * Lavanya 73 * Lavitra 73 * Linga 50 * Lipra 74 * Loka-dhara 97 * Loka-guru 96 * Loka-karaka 94 * Loka-karta 97 * Loka-locana 96 * Loka-nayaka 96 * Loka-pati 96 * Loka-priya 96 * Loka-saksi 96 * Loka-svarupa 93 * Lokadhyaksa 41 * Lokaloka-maya 97 * Lokatma 96 * Lokesa 96 * Luntha 59 *  * Mada 52 * Madada 52 * Madhava 53 * Madhu-kaitabha-hanta 53 * Madhusudana 163 * Maha-bala 78 * Maha-bhuja 78 * Maha-bhuta 45 * Maha-damstra 56 78 * Maha-deva 51 * Maha-hasa 6 135 * Maha-jihva 38 * Maha-kaya 78 * Maha-maya-prasuta 51 * Maha-nada 78 * Maha-netra 166 * Maha-raudra 78 * Maha-rupa 78 * Maha-simha 75 * Maha-srnga 50 * Maha-teja 55 * Maha-vaktra 78 * Maha-vira 54 * Maha-virya 53 * Mahatma 50 * Mahaujah 130 * Mahesa 159 * Maho-jvala 19 * Mahodara 52 * Mali 26 * Manda 52 * Mangalya 50 * Mani 67 * Manmatha 107 * Manojna 50 * Mantavya 50 * Mantra-raja 60 * Mantra-rupa 100 * Mantri 60 * Manu 62 * Marici 49 * Masa 89 * Mata 99 * Mati 99 * Matsya-svarupa 129 * Matulinga-dhara 51 * Maya 54 * Mayatita 54 * Mayi 51 52 * Megha-nada 25 * Megha-syama 26 * Meghatma 25 * Mitra 42 * Mogha-vahana-rupa 26 * Mrga-griva 147 * Mrgendra 126 * Mrtyunjaya 9 * Mugdha 158 * Mukha 124 * Mula 115 * Mula-simha 115 * Muladhivasa 136 * Muladhyaksa 42 * Muladi-vasa 9 * Mumuksu 133 * Muni 158 * Munja 14 * Munja-kesa 14 * Murari 53 *  * Nada 25 * Nadi-vasa 127 * Nadya 64 * Naga 127 128 * Naga-keyura-hara 127 * Naganta-karatha 128 * Nagendra 126 127 * Nagesvara 128 * Nakha-damstrayudha 28 * Namita 128 * Nana-rupa-dhara 127 * Nara 128 * Nara-narayana 128 * Narasimha 118 119 * Neta 98 * Nibandha 12 13 * Nigrahanugraha 162 * Nila 11 114 * Nila-simha 114 * Nila-vastra-dhara 136 * Nimesa 12 * Nimesa-gamana 12 * Nira 10 * Nirakara 94 * Nirakrti 13 * Niralamba 11 * Niranjana 10 * Nirasa 12 * Niravadya 64 * Nirdvandva 12 * Nirguna 10 * Nirjita-kala-simha 83 * Nirmala 13 * Nirmala-citra-simha 82 * Nirmoha 13 * Nirukta 123 * Nirvana-prada 11 * Nisa-srnga 111 * Nisatha 59 * Niscaya 12 * Niskala 11 * Nisprapanca 11 * Nistha 138 * Nitya 13 * Nivida 11 * Niyamaka 98 * Nrsimha 55 *  * Omkara 94 *  * Padma 67 * Padma-garbha 108 * Padma-kalpodbhava 68 * Padma-nabha 67 * Padma-netra 67 69 * Padmabha 67 * Padmayah-pati 67 * Padmesa 15 * Padmodara 68 * Paksa 89 * Panca-bana-dhara 143 * Panca-brahmatma 71 * Panca-rupa-dhara 100 * Panca-vimsati-murti 156 * Pantha 18 * Papa-hari 4 * Para-brahma-svarupa 71 * Para-karma-vidhayi 106 * Para-pradhvamsaka 142 * Param-jyotih 92 * Paramatma 22 * Paramesti 56 * Parat-para-paresa 4 * Paratma 155 * Paritosa 141 * Parjanya 66 * Parvata-vasi 116 * Parvataranya 88 * Pasi 4 * Pasu-pala 132 * Pasu-vaktra 132 * Patala-sthita-simha 116 * Pati 93 * Patya 141 * Pavana 4 * Pavitra 4 * Phani-talpa 33 * Pinaki 4 * Pingaksa 49 * Pisaca-graha-ghati 161 * Pita 99 * Pita-simha 114 * Pita-vastra 136 * Prabha 125 * Prabhanjana 18 * Prabhavisnu 74 * Prabhu 17 * Prabodha 17 158 * Prabuddha 66 * Pracchinna 17 * Pracetah 150 * Pradhana-purusa 66 * Pradipta 17 * Pradyumna 149 * Prahlada-varada 3 * Prajadhyaksa 41 * Prajvala 18 * Prakasa 18 * Prakhyata 125 * Pralobhi 17 * Prama 18 * Pramatta 140 * Pramodi 149 * Pranah 92 * Praninam 92 * Prasanna 4 * Prastuta 51 * Pratapa 18 * Pratyag-atma 92 * Pratyaksa-varada 3 * Priyam-vada 159 * Prthivi 88 * Puccha-simha 81 * Pundarikaksa 164 * Punya 5 * Punya-netra 167 * Purana-purusa 5 * Purna-simha 81 * Purodha 6 * Puru-huta 5 * Puru-stuta 5 * Purvaja 6 * Puskaraksa 6 * Puspa-hasa 6 * Pusta 56 * Pusti-kara 56 * Puta 68 *  * Ragi 16 * Raksoghna 43 * Rakta-gandhanulepi 137 * Rakta-jihva 16 * Rakta-mala-vibhusa 137 * Rakta-simha 114 * Rakta-vastra-dhara 136 * Rama 149 154 * Rana-simha-rupa 168 * Rasajna 140 * Rasesa 140 * Rasika 141 * Rathya 141 * Raudra-simha 81 * Ravananta-kara 130 * Rg-yajuh-sama-ga 59 * Rosa 7 * Rtu 89 * Rtu-dhvaja 60 * Rudra 59 150 * Runda-mala 112 * Rupa 100 * Ruta 101 *  * Sabda-brahma-svarupa 69 * Sac-cid-ananda-vigraha 91 * Sad-vimsakatma 156 * Sada-tusta 76 * Sadhya 157 * Sadyo-jata 64 * Sahasra-bahu 39 * Sahasra-carana 39 * Sahasra-jihva 38 * Sahasra-namadheya 38 * Sahasra-sirah 37 * Sahasra-vadana 37 * Sahasraksa 37 * Sahasraksi-dhara 38 * Sahasrarka-prakasaya 39 * Sahasrayudha-dhari 39 * Sahisnu 88 * Sakha 99 * Sakra 20 * Saksi 29 * Salagrama-nivasa 134 * Sama-rupa 101 * Sama-svana 145 * Samagra-guna-sali 161 * Samara-priya 76 * Samartha 76 * Sambhave 24 * Samitinjaya 164 * Samsara-nasana 105 * Samsara-vaidya 104 * Samudra 150 * Samyuge 90 * Sanatana 92 * Sandhata 103 * Sangha 64 * Sankara 94 * Sankha-cakra-dhara 142 * Sankhya 125 * Sankrama 22 * Santa 35 163 * Sapta-cchando-maya 121 * Sapta-lokantara-stha 120 * Sapta-svara-maya 120 * Sapta-vayu-svarupa 121 * Sapta-vimsatikatma 156 * Saptabdhi-mekhala 119 * Saptarcih-rupa-damstra 120 * Saptasva-ratha-rupi 120 * Sara 151 * Sarabha 157 * Sarasvata 105 * Sarngi 6 * Sarva 46 * Sarva-bhutatma 45 * Sarva-dehinam 92 * Sarva-duhkha-prasanta 47 * Sarva-dustantaka 58 * Sarva-jvara-vinasa 48 * Sarva-karya-vidhayi 48 * Sarva-rogapahari 48 * Sarva-sakti-dhara 47 * Sarva-sampatkara 46 * Sarva-saubhagya-dayi 47 * Sarva-sreyas-kara 146 * Sarvabhicara-hanta 49 * Sarvada 47 * Sarvadhara 46 * Sarvaisvarya-pradata 48 * Sarvaisvarya-vidhayi 49 * Sarvanga 75 * Sarvarista-vinasa 46 * Sarvarti-hari 46 * Sarvatah-pani-padora 76 * Sarvato-'ksi-siro-mukha 76 * Sarvato-mukha 75 * Sarvesvara 76 * Sastanga-nyasta-rupa 58 * Sastra 136 * Sasvata 36 * Sat-karma-nirata 13 106 * Sat-karta 91 * Sat-krti 91 * Sata-dhara 35 * Sata-kratu-svarupa 36 * Sata-murti 36 * Sata-patra 36 * Sata-rupa 35 * Satatma 36 * Satrughna 43 * Satrunjaya 10 * Sattva 65 * Sattvodrikta 59 * Satya 13 * Satya-dhvaja 14 * Satya-satya-svarupi 119 * Satya-simha 113 * Saumya 102 145 * Sauri 40 * Sena 28 * Siddha 157 * Siksa 41 * Sila-vasa 134 * Silpi 32 * Simha 7 8 142 * Simha-raja 7 119 * Sipivista 56 * Sira-dhvaja 105 * Sista 57 * Sita 105 * Snigdha 158 * Soma 145 * Soma-suryagni-netra 144 * Somapa 144 * Sosa 14 * Sravya 159 * Srestha 57 * Shri-garbha 109 * Shri-maha-visnu 74 * Shri-nivasa 8 * Shri-sailadri-nivasa 134 * Shri-vara 3 * Shridhara 160 * Shrita 159 * Shrivatsa 122 * Srngi 111 * Sruk-sruva 159 * Sruti 122 * Sruti-dhara 163 * Sruti-murti 122 * Stava-prita 98 * Sthalesa 15 * Sthiti 36 * Sthula 40 * Stota 98 * Stuti 98 * Stutya 98 * Su-damstra 125 * Su-dhanvi 122 * Su-ghora 23 * Su-jyotih 92 * Su-nakha 125 * Su-prabha 122 123 124 * Subha 123 * Subhacara 154 * Subhanjaya 10 * Subhiksa 40 * Subhra 123 * Subodha 158 * Subrahmanya 70 * Suci-srava 122 * Sudarsana 123 * Sudha 125 * Suhrt 99 * Sukarma 106 * Sukesa 15 112 * Suksma 40 123 * Suksunya 40 * Sukta 16 * Sukti-karna 16 * Sukumara 154 * Sumitra-varuna 42 * Sumukha 124 * Sunabha 67 * Sura 122 * Sura-mukhya 125 * Sura-natha 123 * Suradhyaksa 40 * Suratha 125 * Susakha 124 * Susarma 107 * Susuksma 40 * Sutirtha 160 * Sutra 10 * Suvedha 122 * Svabhava 124 * Svaccha 121 * Svaccha-rupa 121 * Svacchanda 121 * Svadha-kara 93 * Svaha-kara 93 * Svargapavarga-data 133 * Svarupa 22 33 * Sveda-ja 148 * Sveta-simha 114 *  * Tad-agre-sarvatah-siva 79 * Tad-bhokta 133 * Tadasva-sirah 71 * Tadit-prabha 33 * Taksaka 35 * Tamo-ghna 34 * Tamoghna 43 * Tanu-tra 35 * Tapa-traya-hara 34 * Tapana 34 * Tapaska 34 * Tapasvi 34 * Taraka 34 * Tarala 35 * Tarasvi 33 * Tarksya 36 * Taruna 33 * Tarya 33 * Tat-purusa 5 * Tathya 5 * Tati 35 * Tattva 34 * Tejo-dhama 55 * Tejoma 55 * Tiksna 42 * Tiksna-damstra 72 * Tiksna-rupa 131 * Tri-deha 61 * Tri-dhama 60 * Tri-kala-jnana-rupa 61 * Tri-murti-vidya 61 * Tri-netra 60 * Tri-sandhya 89 * Tri-suli 60 * Tri-tattva-jnani 61 * Tri-varga 60 * Tri-vedi 70 * Tridhatma 61 * Tusta 56 57 *  * Udbhija 148 * Ugra 160 * Ugra-karma-rata 160 * Ugra-netra 161 * Ugra-rupi 15 * Ugra-srava 163 * Ugra-vega 160 * Ujjvala 18 * Unmatta 140 * Urdhva-bahu 142 * Urdhva-kesa 15 141 * Urdhva-retah 141 * Urdhva-rupa 141 * Urdhva-simha 142 * Urjita 66 *  * Vag-atita 65 * Vag-isvara 65 * Vagmi 65 * Vaidyuta 64 * Vaikuntha 58 * Vajra 1 60 * Vajra-damstra 1 * Vajra-deha 1 * Vajra-nakha 1 * Vajri 1 * Vama 145 * Vamadeva 145 * Vamana 130 * Vana-mali 75 * Vanastha 133 * Vandya 2 * Vara 2 * Vara-rupi 2 * Varada 2 * Varadabhaya-hasta 2 * Varatma 2 * Varenya 3 * Varistha 3 * Varma 107 * Varmi 107 * Vasat-cakra 20 * Vasat-kara 93 * Vasudeva 2 * Vata 105 * Vatsara 89 * Vega-kara 94 * Vibhava 30 124 * Vibhu 17 97 * Vibudha 30 * Vicitra-simha 118 * Vidagdha 158 * Vidhana 30 * Vidhata 103 * Vidheya 30 * Vidya 64 * Vighna-koti-hara 43 * Vihvala 28 32 * Vihvala-netra-simha 82 * Vijaya 30 * Vikalpa 32 * Vikarma 106 * Vikatasya 27 * Vikirna-nakha-damstra 28 * Vikrama 21 * Vikramakranta-loka 130 * Vikuntha 58 * Vinita 31 * Vipaksa-ksaya-murti 41 * Vipra 31 * Vipula 31 * Vira 27 29 * Vira-simha 80 * Virabhadra 150 * Virakta 157 * Virupaksa 29 * Visakha 124 * Visesaksa 29 * Visista 57 * Vishnu 74 * Visruta 32 * Vistara-sravah 27 * Vistirna-vadana 29 * Visva 154 * Visva-garbha 109 * Visva-karta 97 * Visva-rupa 154 * Visva-yoni 31 * Visvaksena 28 * Visvambhara 30 * Visvatmaka 154 * Visvesa 155 * Vita-raga 31 * Vita-soka 29 * Vitanka-nayana 31 * Vitta 32 * Viyoni 32 * Vrsa 162 * Vrsa-dhvaja 162 * Vrsabha 162 * Vrsni-mula 74 * Vrsnya 162 * Vyaghra 161 * Vyaghra-deha 26 * Vyaghra-karmi 27 * Vyaghra-pada 27 * Vyaghra-simha 81 * Vyala-yajnopavitra 26 * Vyapaka 27 * Vyoma 152 * Vyoma-damstra 153 * Vyoma-dhara 153 * Vyoma-kesi 152 * Vyoma-vaktra 153 * Vyoma-vasa 153 * Vyomatma 152 *  * Yajna-netra 165 * Yajna-varaha 129 * Yati 133 * Yoga 101 * Yoga-gamya 102 * Yoga-pitha-sthita 101 * Yoga-rupa 101 * Yogi 101 * Yogi-hrt-padma-vasa 135 * Yuga-bheda 90 * Yuga-sandhayah 90 * Yugadi 90