Nava-Jiyada-Nrisimha Kshetra - Simhachalam farm - Germany
last updated 16th May 2014

Dressed in Sandesh (milk sweet) for Nrsimha Chaturdasi

"Sweet Lord in a sweet dress. All glories to dedicated devotees who serve Him so affectionately!" (Jyotirmaya dasa)

First time Chota Narasimha also gets a sandesh outfit


6th January 2013


28th December 2012


1st November 2012


24th August 2011

om namo bhagavate narasimhaya namas tejas-tejase avir-avirbhava vajra-nakha vajra-damstra karmasayan randhaya randhaya tamo grasa grasa om svaha; abhayam abhayam atmani bhuyistha om ksraum.

I offer my respectful obeisances unto Lord Nrsimhadeva, the source of all power. O my Lord who possesses nails and teeth just like thunderbolts, kindly vanquish our demonlike desires for fruitive activity in this material world. Please appear in our hearts and drive away our ignorance so that by Your mercy we may become fearless in the struggle for existence in this material world.

Srimad Bhagavatam 5.18.8

This is the utsava Narasimha from our Narasimha Mandir

Narasimha salagram from simhacalam

Close up

 Lord Narasimhadeva dressed in sandesha. another unique feature of the puja here

10th June 2008


Here you may observe that Sri Sri Prahlad Nrisimha are garlanded with a mala of Shaligram shilas each shila being bound in silver wire and then clasped together with the next shila that is also individually encased in silver wire.

Here you can see the same form of the Lord wearing those shila mala  (shila hara or shila vihara) during the abhisheka ceremony for
Nrisimha Chaturadasi 2000. The devotee bathing the Lord is Bhakti-bhusana Swami.

Coming soon - more pictures of the 4 Shalagrama-shilas and one Dwaraka shila. The pradhan-shila is a large Ugra-Nrsimha shila. The others are Hayagriva, Sudarshana, and Maha-Sudarshana.

Varahadeva and MahasudarshanUgra Nrsimhadeva

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2005 pics below

Sri Prahlad Laksmi Narasimha sila 2005

Sri Prahlad Laksmi Narasimha sila 2005

Sri Prahlad Laksmi Narasimha sila 2005

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