- Experiment well executed
- Keeping in tune with the gentle style, Leelamma's Hiranyakasipu was aggressive in a subtle way. Seeing Prahlada praying to Narayana, he asks the son to recite his name instead. When the boy does not heed him, Hiranyakasipu gets angry and challenges ...
- Hindu Heroes, Savored Through Fantastical Masks at the Met
- It's a short step from religious ritual to theater, and barely any distance at all in the case of certain popular Hindu dramas of southern India.
- THE HINDU TRINITY
- VARAH (BOAR): After the demon Hiranyakasipu plunged the earth into the ocean, Vishnu, in the form of boar, hoisted the world above water. NARASIMHA (MAN-LION): In order to destroy another demon, Vishnu became half-man, half-lion. This was because ...
- A cultural melange
- It narrated the story post annihilation of Hiranyakasipu by Vishnu appearing in the incarnation of lion-faced Narasimha who later moved into forests where he gets enchanted by Chenchulakshmi, who tries to calm him down.
- Chenchulakshmi (1958)
- The Story: Ever since Lord Vishnu killed Hiranyaksha, donning Varaha avatar, his brother Hiranyakasipu hates Vishnu and made him leave his abode Vaikuntha after getting a boon from Lord Brahma that he will not be killed by either weapon, man, demon or ...
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