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Narasimha Stuti in Telugu in pdf

Narasimha Stuti is chanted to get the blessings of Lord Narasimha – the avatar of Lord Vishnu. The prayer is for wish fulfillment and overcoming all forms of prayer. The Stuti in Telugu in pdf format is given below. The text or lyrics of Narasimha Stuti in Telugu language is provided by Sundar Kidambi of prapatti. It can be chanted daily morning and evening. Link  –  Telugu Narasimha Stuti

Tanu Napat in the Vedas

Tanu Napat is a deity mentioned in the Vedas. The deity is associated with Agni. Some scholars are of the view that it is another name of Agni. The meaning of Tanu Napat is ‘son of himself.’ It is believed that he is the god who disperses the benefits of yajna or Vedic sacrifice. There are 12 verse dedicated to the deity in the Rig Vedas. The name usually occurs where Agni is invoked under different names. Some scholars like Naighantuka view Tanu Napat as a separate deity.

Bhagya Lakshmi – Hindu Goddess Bhagyalakshmi

Bhagya Lakshmi is the goddess of luck in Hinduism and she is a form of Goddess Lakshmi . There is a popular belief among some communities that six days after the birth of a child Bhagya Lakshmi writes the child’s fate on the forehead. Yet another and the most widespread belief is that Bhagyalakshmi can transform a beggar into king and a king into beggar. In Maharashtra , Bhagya Lakshmi is known Satavai. She is believed to visit the new born baby on the sixth day. There the place where the newborn baby sleeps is kept clean. She is also known as Saubhagyalakshmi in some regions. Bhagya Lakshmi is worshipped during Diwali by gambling. It is believed by some communities that the luck of the coming year can be determined by playing a game of dice. The game will determine on whose side is Bhagya Lakshmi. It is believed that fortune favors the winner in gambling. Bhagya Lakshmi is counted among Ashta Lakshmis in many regions. It is believed that the luck provided by