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Song Name: Jaya Jaya Nrsimha Sarvesa
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jaya jaya nṛsiḿha sarveśa
bhayahara vīra prahlāda varada
mihira śaśinayana mṛganara veṣa bahir-antasthala paripūrṇa
ādi nāyaka siḿhāsana rājita bahuḷa guṇa gaṇa prahlāda varada
caṭula parākrama samaghana virahita niṭala netra mauni praṇuta
kuṭila daitya tati kukṣi vidāraṇa paṭu vajranakha prahlāda varada
śrī vanitā saḿśrita vāmāńka bhāvaja koṭi pratimāna
śrī veńkaṭagiri śikhara nivāsa pāvana caritā prahlāda varada
(Refrain): All Glories, All Glories to the Supreme Lord, Lord Nrsimhadeva! He is the destroyer of fear, strong, and is merciful to Prahlada Maharaja.
1) The sun and moon are His eyes. He appears as half man, half lion. He the complete Supreme Whole, present both internally and externally. His throne is the Great Serpent, Adi Sesanaga. He has countless transcendental qualities, and is merciful to Prahlada Maharaja.
2) He is very powerful and great. He is one without equals, such that even Lord Siva respectfully offers obeisances to Him. With His sharp and diamond-like nails, He killed the evil demon (Hiranyakasipu) by disemboweling him. He is merciful upon Prahlada Maharaja.
3) Sri Laksmi-Devi resides on His left lap. He is more beautiful than a million Cupids. He resides in Sri Venkatagiri, the abode of Lord Venkatesvara. His pastimes are the most pure. He is merciful upon Prahlada Maharaja.
Remarks/ Extra Information:
This bhajan is very popular amongst the worshippers of Sri Venkatesvara in South India and Carnatic musicians.
It is sung in Carnatic Raga Mohanam (equivalent to Raga Bhupali in the North Indian tradition).
UPDATED: July 16, 2016