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Simha Vahanam Implies That Srivaru is Omnipresent

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Tirumala 05/10/16:
As a part of Sri Tirumala Venkateswara Swamy brahmotsavas, the lord Sri Malayappa Swamy has taken a ride on the so called ferocious vehicle that resembles a lion called as Simha Vahanam in the form of a Yoga Murthi. All the devotees who have seen this on the Wednesday night that is on the third night of brahmotsavas are all blessed by the almighty.

Importance:
As per the theology that is from a very long time of the Vaishnavism the Narasimh Avataram is considered as the most ferocious incarnation of the lord Vishnu among his ten avatars. This is actually represented in the form a lion head and human body. This avatar indicated that the lord is omnipresent. This incarnation is specifically explaining about the willingness of the god to protect his devotees and the ability to protect them under any circumstances which are impossible and difficult to appear. He does this when the devotee in need prays him sincierly and whole heartedly.

Pure Devotion:
Bhakta Prahallada is the son of a demon king but a devotee of the lord Narasimha Swamy. This bhakta prahallada has devotion towards the lord and his devotion indicated that pure devotion comes with the character but not from the birth right. Even he born to a demon king he never let his faith on the god go away and his sincere prayers and devotion helped him in the end.

Narasimha Swamy Different Forms:
Several forms of the lord Narasimha are there according to the puranas and among them nine of the forms are very important and all nine forms are all together known as the Nava Narasimha forms, and they are as follows
1) Ugra Narasimha
2) Krodha Narasimha
3) Veera Narasimha
4) Vilamba Narasimha
5) Kopa Narasimha
6) Yoga Narasimha
7) Aghora Narasimha
8) Sudarsana Narasimha
9) Lakshmi Narasimha

On the third day of the annual brahmotsavas the lord is sitting in the pose of yoga narasimha murthy which is indicating the Gnana and the Bhakti tatvas.
The chairman of TTD Sri Dr Ch Krishna Murthy and EO of TTD Dr D. Samba Siva Rao, JEO Sri KS Sreenivasa Raju and the trust board members of TTD Sri AV Ramana and also Sri DP Anantha and Sri Sandra Venkata Veeraiah. Sri G Bhanu Prakash Reddy and the deputy temple EO Sri Rama Rao and also peishkar Sri R Selvam and other higher officials from TTD along with many other devotees participated in this.

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