Description: Nrisimha - means Lionman. In Hinduism he is considered to be an Avatar of Vishnu. According to the Puranas, Nrisimha appeared about 3.5 million years ago, in the Satya Yuga, in the form of lionman - creatures with a human torso and a lion's head. In Hinduism, Nrisimha is seen as the personification of divine wrath. Narasimha is also a symbol of courage and faith in organizing of a world order
"Oh Nrisimha, Your claws and teeth like thunderbolts, so shalt the demon of our desires related to fruitive activities. Do appear in our hearts and drive them out of ignorance, that we, exhausted the struggle for existence in this world, by Your mercy found courage."
Venue: clear area
Duration: 4 to 15 minutes
Number of actors: 1 person
LED costumes: life-sized puppet of Lionman.