Narasimha Jayanti celebrates the beginning of Lord Narasimha or the fourth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Narasimha Jayanti is noticed on the Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Vishnu appeared within the avatar of Narasimha – a fierce type of the god – to kill the demon Hiranyakashipu. Narasimha is depicted because the half lion and half human type of Vishnu. Lord Vishnu appeared within the kind Narasimha to guard his devotee, Prahlada from Hiranyakashipu. Like many Hindu festivals, Narasimha Jayanti additionally signifies the victory of fine over evil.
Narasimha Jayanti puja muhurat and fasting time
- Narasimha Jayanti is on Tuesday, May 25th
- Narasimha Jayanti Sayana Kala or night puja time begins at 4:26 AM and ends at 7:11 PM
- The Parana hour or time to interrupt the quick for Narasimha Jayanti is 5:25 AM on May 26th
- On Narasimha Jayanti, the Madhyahna Sankalp (puja) time is between 10:56 AM and 1:41 PM
- The Chaturdashi tithi begins at 12.11 AM on May 25 ends at 8:29 PM.
Narasimha Jayanti fasting guidelines and rituals
The rituals and guidelines of fasting for Narasimha Jayanti are fairly just like these of Ekadashi. Devotees eat just one meal a day earlier than Narasimha Jayanti. Traditionally devotees keep away from consuming rice, wheat and different cereals. On Narasimha Jayanti, folks make a Sankalp (vow) within the afternoon and carry out Narasimha puja within the night. Many folks want to do the puja earlier than sundown.
According to non secular scriptures, Lord Narasimha had appeared at sundown in the course of the Chaturdashi tithi. The quick is damaged the subsequent day after the Narasimha visarjan (immersion) puja and providing meals to the poor.