Pilgrimage to Ahobilam

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Journey to the jungles of south-central India where Lord Nrsimhadeva appeared to protect His devotee, Prahlad, and liberate Hiranyakashipu. Part of the pillar from which the Lord appeared stills towers over the rugged terrain of a vast wildlife reserve where tigers and bears roam freely throughout the nava (nine) holy shrines.

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Journey to the jungles of south-central India where Lord Nrsimhadeva appeared to protect His devotee, Prahlad, and liberate Hiranyakashipu. Part of the pillar from which the Lord appeared stills towers over the rugged terrain of a vast wildlife reserve where tigers and bears roam freely throughout the nava (nine) holy shrines. Over a generation ago, Indradyumna Swami explored this uninhabited region and wrote an article for Back to Godhead magazine about his amazing experiences. Now, a young Nrsimha bhakta, Dhruva Prabhu, who is one of the second generation of devotees, takes you on an intimate tour of all of the temples and additional places of interest in the region. You learn details of the Lord's pastimes that are unavailable anywhere else. You begin by visiting a Nrsimha deity 208 yards inside a cave filled with water. You end by summiting the remains of the famous pillar. The video takes you to Prahlad's school, offers a glimpse of the current "Jheer" who is carrying the Ahobilam tradition into the 21st century, and close-ups of nine deities with detailed explanations of their features.The videography was exquisitely shot by Yadubara dasa. Edited by Ishan Shapiro. Produced by Nrsimhananda dasa. Soundtrack by Sri Vidyabhusana.

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Pilgrimage to Ahobilam

Pilgrimage to Ahobilam

Journey to the jungles of south-central India where Lord Nrsimhadeva appeared to protect His devotee, Prahlad, and liberate Hiranyakashipu. Part of the pillar from which the Lord appeared stills towers over the rugged terrain of a vast wildlife reserve where tigers and bears roam freely throughout the nava (nine) holy shrines.

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