Hari Bhaj Re Umra Beet Chali
Long ago, there a great Asura king named Hayagreeva performed a great penance directed to me on the banks of the river Saraswati. When I appeared before him, he asked for the boon of immortality. When I told him that it was impossible, he then asked for a boon that he may be killed only by a creature with the face of a horse. Emboldened by my boon, he has oppressed the world for a long time. Nobody is safe from his marauding forces. I have decided that Vishnu should slay him. Let Brahma fit the body of Hari (Vishnu) with that of a horse. You shall accomplish my will by this means." Acting on the instructions from Devi, Brahma instantly beheaded a horse with a sword. He then fitted Vishnu with its head. Vishnu was transformed by the grace of Devi into a wondrous creature, of immense strength, with the body of a man, and with the head of a head. He was known as Hayagreeva(horse-headed). At the end of a vicious battle, the Asura Hayagreeva was killed by Vishnu, in his form as Hayagreeva. By the Devi's grace, Vishnu regained his previous form at the end of this battle.
Bhajano mein vilin hokar jivan rupi ras ka swaad chakhati humen Jaya Kishori Ji ke mukh se nikle madhur swar adbhut hain
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