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Narasimha disembowelling Hiranyakasipu in front of his son and attendants. Chromolithograph, 1883.

Date
1883
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26341i
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Narasiṃha is a man-lion incarnation of Vishnu, who disembowelled Hirṇyakaśipu after his persecution of his son Prahlāda for worshipping Vishnu

Publication/Creation

Pune : Chitrashala Press Cha. Cha, 1883.

Physical description

1 print : oleograph

Lettering note

Lettering in Devanagari script

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 26341i

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Languages

  • Hindi


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