Narasimha Nara + Singh (“Man-lion”) is considered in the Puranas to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Who appears in the form of half human and half lion, whose head and trunk were of human but face and claws He was like a lion. He is worshiped in India, especially by the Vaishnava sect in South India, as a deity who appears to protect his devotees in times of calamity.
Many types of prayers are offered about Narasimha, some of the main ones are:
Narasimha Mantra Om Ugram Veeram Mahavishnu Jvalantam Sarvatomukham. Narasimham Bhishanam Bhadram Mrityamrityum Namamayham.
(O angry and brave Mahavishnu, your flame and heat are spread all around. O Narasimhadev, your face is omnipresent, you are the yama of death and I surrender to you.)
Name of Narasimha Dev
Ugra Veer Maha Vishnu