Narasiṃha Purāṇa

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Generally classified as an upapurāṇa, the Narasiṃha takes its name from its glorification (inter alia) of Viṣṇu's ‘Man-Lion’ (Narasiṃha) avatāra. It may have been composed between the 9th and13th centuries ce, but there is no agreement about its date.

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