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Devata Karya Siddhy-Artham

(1)

devatā-kārya-siddhy-arthaḿ

sabhā-stambha-samudbhavam

śrī-nṛsiḿhaḿ mahā-vīraḿ

namāmi ṛṇa-muktaye


(2)

lakṣmyālińgita-vāmāńge

bhaktānāḿ vara-dāyakam

śrī-nṛsiḿhaḿ mahā-vīraḿ

namāmi ṛṇa-muktaye


(3)

antra-mālā-dharaḿ śańkha-

cakrābjāyudha-dhāriṇam

śrī-nṛsiḿhaḿ mahā-vīraḿ

namāmi ṛṇa-muktaye


(4)

smaraṇāt sarva-pāpa-ghnaḿ

kadrūja-viṣa-nāśanam

śrī-nṛsiḿhaḿ mahā-vīraḿ

namāmi ṛṇa-muktaye


(5)

siḿha-nādena mahatādig-

danti-bhaya-nāśanam

śrī-nṛsiḿhaḿ mahā-vīraḿ

namāmi ṛṇa-muktaye


(6)

prahlāda-varadaḿ śrīśaḿ

daityeśvara-vidāraṇamśrī-

nṛsiḿhaḿ mahā-vīraḿ

namāmi ṛṇa-muktaye


(7)

krūra-grāhaiḥ pīḍitānāḿ

bhaktānām abhaya-pradam

śrī-nṛsiḿhaḿ mahā-vīraḿ

namāmi ṛṇa-muktaye


(8)

veda-vedānta-yajñeśaḿ

brahma-rudrādi-vanditam

śrī-nṛsiḿhaḿ mahā-vīraḿ

namāmi ṛṇa-muktaye


(9)

ya idaḿ pathate nityam

ṛṇa-mocana-samjñitam

anṛṇī jāyate sadyo

dhanaḿ śīghram avāpnuyāt



(1) “To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, who, to rescue the demigods, was born from a pillar in the palace.


(2) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, who is embraced by Goddess Laksmi at His left and who gives blessings to His devotees.


(3) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, who wears a garland of entrails and holds a conch, cakra, lotus, and a host of weapons.


(4) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha. The remembrance of Him destroys all sins and counteracts the poison of snakes.


(5) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, whose great lion-roar calms the fears of the elephants who guard the directions.


(6) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, the master of the goddess of fortune. He blessed Prahlada and ripped apart the demons’ king.


(7) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, who gives fearlessness to His devotees when they are troubled by cruel planets.


(8) To become free from debt I bow down before all-powerful Lord Nrsimha, who is the master of yajnas, Vedas, Vedanta. Brahma, Siva, and all the demigods bow down before him.


(9) This prayer is called Rna-mocana (Prayer to Lord Nrsimha for Release From Worldly Debts). One who regularly reads this prayer is at once freed from debt.”

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