Man Hari Charno Me Lagale
According to the Hindu Puranas, Lord Vishnu incarnated fourteen times to save the world from Asuras and other evil demons. Vamana avatar is one among the fourteen incarnations of Lord Vishnu. Prahlada was a famous devotee of Lord Vishnu and caused to incarnate Lord Vishnu as Narasimha Avatara to kill his own father Hiranyakasipa. However, his grandson Bali, the mighty Asura behaving valorously had conquered the whole world. He started torturing sages and demolishing Yagnavatikas. Then Indra and other heavenly Gods feared at Bali that he would conquer all the three heavenly worlds. This might affect the existence of heaven. So the heavenly Gods and sages went to Lord Vishnu for the help to escape from the fears of Bali. Lord Vishnu understanding the situation, then born as a dwarf Vamana in a Brahmin family to protect ‘Dharma’ and reinstall on the Earth from Bali.
In another side, Bali was very famous for his generosity. He never took back his word once he committed. On an auspicious day Bali performing Yagna for his good sake, on the last day of Yagna, Vamana went to Bali on growing up and asked alms. The delighted Bali offered him anything he wanted. His priest ‘Sukracharya’ warned Bali that the boy was none other than Lord Vishnu’s incarnation. However, Bali didn’t draw back his word and ready to offer anything for the boy. Then Vamana requested him, the amount of the land that could come under his three feet. The appeased Bali agreed to donate three feet land. Then Vishnu Avatar grew in unmeasurable height and occupied the Earth and Heaven in his two steps and asked Bali space to put the third step. Bali offered himself and bends his head to keep his feet for the third step. Then Vamana kept his feet on the head of Bali and crushed him into the underground world. In the way, he helped Sages and heavenly Gods.
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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