Bramha

Brahma - the Creator

Vishnu

Vishnu - the Preserver

Shiva

Shiva - the Destroyer

Guru Dattatreya

COW

which is always with Him, represents the Mother Earth and Dharma. She is the wish fulfilling cow ‘Kamadhenu‘.

Four Dogs

Symbolise the four Vedas – the external repositories of Spiritual Wisdom.

Trident

indicates that He has transcended the three gunas, Sattva-illumination, Rajas-activity and Tamas-inertia

Sudharshana chakra

disc indicates that He is beyond the cycles of time i.e. the past, present and future and His holding of ‘chakra’ means He is the controller of time.

Bhasma

ashes indicated His ‘Vairaagya‘ dispassion as well as His purity

Conch

represents the eternal sound ‘AUM’ – which is the manifestation of the Spirit. It is also the life principle in us and the cosmos.

Japa-mala

rosary He wears reminds us that our primary duty is chanting the sacred name of the Lord and meditating on the feet of the Lord

Bowl

sharing our wealth and food with others.

MAP

Bhajan

About Narsobawadi

The Shri Narasimha Saraswati Swami Datta Devasthan temple is situated at Narsobawadi, Dist: Kolhapur in Maharashtra.
Situated about 20 km from SANGLI, Narsobawadi is a holy place of pilgrim located on the banks of river Krishna and Panchganga.
River Panchganga meets river Krishna at this holy place.

Puja Schedule is as follows :-
Dawn:
4.30 to 5.30 a.m. Bhupali and Kakad Aarti (morning prayers)
5.30 a.m to 7 a.m. - Puja of Narsimha Saraswati Shri Dattadeva and Aarti.
Morning:
10 a.m. to 12 a.m. Pancahmrut puja of Shri Dattadeva
Afternoon :
12.30 p.m. to 1.30 p.m. Mahapuja, Maha naivedam , Aarti.
Evening :
7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Puja of Shri Dattadeva, Arti, Palkhi.

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