Morning prayer to Narasimha

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Translated by P. R. Ramachander

This man-lion incarnation of Vishnu emanated from a pillar to kill Hiranya Kasipu.

Govinda, Kesava, Janardhana, Vasudeva,
Viswesa, Viswa, Madhu sudhana, Viswaroopa,
Sri Padmanabha Purushothama, Pushkaraksha,
Narayana achyutha Narsimha namo namasthe

Salutations ans salutations to Lord Narasimha,
Who lifted the earth,
Who killed the asura called Kesi.
Who takes care of woes of people,
Who hides the world by illusion,
Who is the Lord of the universe,
Who is universe itself,
Who killed the asura called Madhu,
Who has form like the universe,
Who has a lotus on his belly,
Who is the greatest among males,
And who has lotus like eyes.