Hayagriva, also spelt Hayagreeva (IAST: hayagrīva, literally ‘Horse-neck’), is a horse-headed avatar of the Lord Vishnu in Hinduism.
iconography shows him with a human middle and lower body, with a lion face and paws, commonly with an evil presence Hiranyakashipu in his lap whom he is slaughtering. The devil is incredible sibling of evil Hiranyaksha who had been recently killed by Vishnu, who detested Vishnu for killing his brother. Hiranyakashipu increases unique forces by which he was unable to be killed during the day or night, inside or outside the house,any place on the planet for example neither in sky nor ashore nor in paradise nor in pataal lok, by any weapon, and by man,god , asura or animal. Enriched with new powers, Hiranyakashipu makes disarray, aggrieves all lovers of Vishnu including his own son. Vishnu comprehends the devil’s influence, at that point innovatively adjusts into a blended symbol that is neither man nor creature and kills the evil presence at the intersection of day and night, inside and outside. Narasimha is referred to principally as the ‘Incomparable Defender’ who explicitly shields and shields his aficionados from evil. The most mainstream Narasimha folklore is the legend that ensures his enthusiast Prahlada, and imaginatively wrecks Prahlada’s satanic dad and dictator Hiranyakashipu.