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Prahlādacharitam (or Prahlādacharita) is a Sanskrit Kavya, written in Champu style by the Sanskrit scholar Darsanakalanidhi Rama Varma Parikshith Thampuran (former Maharaja of Cochin). It is the story of Asura prince Prahlāda, who was a beloved devotee of Vishnu and to save him Vishnu takes the Avatar of Narasimha.
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