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Arimugattu Achutan - Tamil | by Susarla Venkataramani/ Hindu Religious Book

Original price Rs. 600.00 - Original price Rs. 600.00
Original price
Rs. 600.00
Rs. 600.00 - Rs. 600.00
Current price Rs. 600.00
SKU 91001826
Width Height Weight

5.5 in

8.25 in

0.25 kg

• Dive into the mystical world of Lord Narasimha with the Tamil devotional book/spiritual book "Arimugattu Achutan."
• This Narasimha book, authored by Susarla Venkataramani and published by Giri Publications, offers readers an insightful journey into the divine and fierce form of Lord Narasimha, a deity deeply revered in Hinduism.
• "Arimugattu Achutan", the Narasimha book, delves into the multifaceted and awe-inspiring form of Lord Narasimha, the half-man, half-lion incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
• This devotional book/spiritual book explores the legends, stories, and significance of this unique deity.
• Written in the Tamil language, this book caters to readers who are fluent in Tamil or prefer reading in this language. It provides a direct and intimate connection with the subject matter.
• The book takes readers on a spiritual journey, helping them understand the deep-rooted devotion and significance associated with Lord Narasimha.
• It's an opportunity to explore the faith and worship practices related to this divine form.
• Featuring a soft cover, the devotional book/spiritual book is convenient to handle and read. Its compact and lightweight design ensures that you can easily carry it with you for reading or reference.
• Beyond religious aspects, "Arimugattu Achutan" provides insights into the cultural and traditional significance of Lord Narasimha worship. It sheds light on how this deity influences various aspects of life in Hindu communities.
• Authored by Susarla Venkataramani, a known authority in Hindu religious and spiritual literature, the Narasimha book benefits from the author's expertise and in-depth knowledge.
• "Arimugattu Achutan" is a valuable addition to the collection of individuals who are interested in Hindu spirituality, divine forms, and the rich cultural heritage of India.