Narasimha Dwadashi is committed to Lord Narasimha, the man-lion appearance of Lord Vishnu. Narasimha Dwadashi falls on the twelfth day of the Shukla Paksha amid Phalguna month of Hindu Lunar date-book. It falls on the twelfth day of waxing period of the lunar month February – March. Narasimha Dwadashi is otherwise called Govinda Dwadashi. There are two sorts of Dwadashi specifically Shuklapaksha Dwadashi twelfth day of the splendid portion of lunar month and Krishna Paksha Dwadashi twelfth day of the dim portion of lunar month.
There are twenty-four Dwadashi in a year. Each Dwadashi is related with adoring a specific indication of Lord Vishnu. Narasimha Dwadashi is devoted to adoring Lord Narasimha. Narasimha Dwadashi vrat is the most prevalent vrats in Hinduism which disposes of the considerable number of sins of the fans.