The author wants to get rid of the Jeeva Nadi by placing it in the shrine of Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy at Ahobilam. It is said that Ahobilam is a place of miracles. Is the Jeeva Nadi something that is “obtained”? No. It is divinely ordained!
The Maha Muni graces the author with a divine vision of Lord Narasimha Deva, and how?!
Keep up your promise, especially when made to children, innocents, good and to the almighty. The rest may keep quiet but not Him! See how the Lord of Ahobilam reminds the author of his promise and warns him.
The author visits Ahobilam, the abode of Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy, where the deity is said to take a stroll, till this date. The place where a number of miracles took place, where Lakshmi Devi, Prahalada and Garuda did penance to have the darshan of Narasimha Swamy. Here happens another miracle.