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Narasimha Satakam is a compilation of 100 poems by Seshappa. They are primarily based on devotion and morality and set in simple language.
Narasimha Satakam is written by Seshappakavi in praise of Lord Narasimhaswamy who instantly appeared before Prahlada and protected him. Reading, listening and singing Narasimhasatakam is auspicious and bestows Peace, Wealth and Bliss.
Narasimha Satakam Audio Book
|Title||Narasimhai Satakam Audio Book|
|Name of Satakam||నరసింహ శతకము (Narasimha Satakam)|
|Name of Makutam||“Bhushana Vikasa Dharmapura nivasa! Dushta samhara! Narasimha!Durita dura!(two lines of a verse). |
Meaning of these lines is: “O Narasimha, who resides in Dharmapura, whose body glows with the ornaments, who chase away sins and who destroys sinners”
|Written by||Narasimha Satakam was written by Seshappa Kavi.|
|Prepared by||SCERT Telangana|
|Web Page||Sataka Padyalu Audio Books Web Page|
|Text Book Name||Sataka Parimalalu-6 Narasimha Satakam|
The narasimha satakam has some very popular devotional poems in Telugu. Until recently, many village households had these poems recited (or sung) at dusk just as the oil wick lamps were being lit by the lady of the house.
The belief being that dusk is the time of awakening of demons from their sleep and that narasimha’s praise at that time would keep them in check. Apart from beliefs of this kind, the poems have a beautiful flow and convey a variety of morals to young children gathered around their mother as dusk turns to the darkness of night.
Many a telugu person would remember with fondness, his/her mother singing “lakshadhikaraina lavanamannamegani – merugu bamgarambu mrimgabodu.” The same poet seshappa also wrote dharmapuri ramayanamu. It is reputed to be a very beautiful composition.
Narasimha Satakam: It is written by Seshappa Kavi. All the poems are written in the praise of ‘Narasimha’
- Makutam for this Satakam is “Bhushana Vikasa Dharmapura nivasa! Dushta samhara! Narasimha!Durita dura!(two lines of a verse). Meaning of these lines is: “O Narasimha, who resides in Dharmapura, whose body glows with the ornaments, who chase away sins and who destroys sinners”
- The chandassu for this Satakakam is Sisa Padyam. Sisa padyam consists of two parts. One is basic sisam and another is a small verse either ’Ataveladi’ or ‘Theta geetam’ which follows the basic Sisam. It is one of the beautiful forms of verses.
- In this Satakam one can see the submission of the poets heart to lord Narasimha. All the poems are written with great anguish/distress/heartache, because he is not able to reach the lord.