Vishnu’s incarnation as Narsimha


!!!JAI SHRI MATAJI!!!

H H Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi


….”Vishnu’s incarnation as Narsimha came very near Greece and very near Egypt that is in Peshawar. But they became very much against Vishnu because they thought their king was killed by Vishnu, so all these Rakshasas entered into the area in Afghanistan, and then they came to Egypt and Greece and tried to bring all the Gods- Goddesses there. This was about 10,000 years ago when Prahlad brought in the incarnation of Shri Vishnu. These rakshasas also known, as Asuras or Assyrians and if you go to Egypt you will find the Sphinx, just the opposite of what Narsimha was. The man is in the upper part and the lion is in the lower part, while Narsimha is lion in the upper part and man in the lower part. They created this image, which was opposite to Vishnu just to show that we have another kind of incarnation, which is the opposite and can fight Vishnu very well. With these rakshasas entering into these people, they developed a very aggressive and fighting nature. They developed their muscles in Greece very much and the whole history of Greece is really maddening. One fighting another, and another. They were always killing each other. Till Alexander came to India and He saw a culture, which was Dharmic and he, was quite surprised how these people lived. In Egypt also they could not understand Dharma at all because they believed in the dead and all kinds of black magic, etc. when Islam came they accepted. First came Christianity and then came Islam”…

(Extract from Talk of H H Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi on Shri Vishnu Puja, St Denis, Paris, 13-07-1994)
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About Prasad

I am a simple person. My hobby is to spread Sahajayoga and nourish my growth in sahaja life with blessing of H H Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. I was re-born as self realized soul from my divine mother on 20th March 2001 at Ram Lila ground, Delhi.
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