Why Does Amoha Choose the Lion Icon?

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Lion is an iconic image of Amoha that symbolises Strength and Protection.

Courage

The Lion is courageous. The Lion is very bold. The Lion is always ready to face any challenges, any barrier that crosses his path, no matter how big/bad they are.

Faith

The Lion believes he is unstoppable. The Lion is a risk taker. The Lion believes any opportunity is worth giving a try and never lets it slip from his hands.

Charisma

The Lion walks with confidence. The Lion dares anything and is never afraid that shapes his charisma.

What do We Learn from The Lion?

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You Don't Need To Be...

  • You don’t need to be the fastest
  • You don’t need to be the wisest
  • You don’t need to be the smartest
  • You don’t need to be the most brilliant
  • You don’t need to be generally accepted

…to achieve your dreams and be great in life.

All You Need Is...

  • All you need is *courage*
  • All you need is *boldness*
  • All you need is the will to try
  • All you need is the faith to believe it is possible
  • All you need is to trust and execute your passion.
It’s TIME to bring out the LION inside you… “Stay motivated, face the terrible, and face it Boldly”.

Half Lion Half Man in Our History

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Lord Nrsimhadeva

The Supreme Person appears in many forms and at many times. Perhaps His most misunderstood avatar of all is the half-man, half lion Nrsimhadeva. Nrsimhadeva appeared in the distant past to save His devotee, the boy-saint Prahlad, from torture and death at the hands of the despotic king Hiranyakashipu, who was also Prabhlad’s father.

Hiranyakashipu had performed extreme austerities to gain the benediction that he would be protected from death in almost unlimited ways. Because he was so wicked, however, especially in his treatment of the Lord’s devotees, Krishna personally came in half lion and half man, and killed Hiranyakashipu in a way no one could have imagined.