Sinihika prepares to enter the flames along with Prahlad who does not know that he has planned to burn him alive. Sinhika burns in the flames but nothing happens to Prahlad who practices yoga under Lord Vishnu?s protection. Hiranyakashipu vows to kill his son who is now imprisoned. The king then asks Agni why Sinhika?s plan did not work. She explains that the boon granted to Sinihika was to be used as a protective measure not as a weapon to harm others. Hirnyakashipu is furious and he orders Ashwamitra to imprison the gods.
Viprachitti reports to Hiranyakashiput and Shukracharya that he has drowned Prahlad in the sea. The king replies angrily that Prahlad did not drown and that all their efforts to kill him have failed. Shukracharya suggests that Hirnyakashipu be patient and leave everything else to him. He accuses Shund and Amark for their failure to discipline their students who are now supporting Prahlad. When a final attempt to have Prahlad trampled by an elephant fails, it is decided to invoke the demoness Kritya.
Prahlad?s mother Kayadu has a premonition that her son?s life is once again in danger. Shund and Amark invoke Kritiya to kill Prahlad. She appears and kills both of them. Prahlad is sad to see his gurus killed. Shukracharya blames Prahlad and Vishnu for the death of his sons. Prahlad prays and pleads for Vishnu to revive them and his prayers are answered. Now Shund and Amark are grateful to Prahlad and also accept Vishnu as the only god of the universe. Brahma is sorry to have granted a boon to Hirnyakashipu that he would neither die during the day nor at night and that no weapon can kill him. Hirnyakashipu decides to kill Prahlad himself.
Hiranyakashipu is shocked to see Prahlad alive and Shund and Amark dead. He questions Shukracharya who tells him that Kritiya was the on who killed them. Hiranyakashipu blames Vishnu for the failure to kill Prahlad. Viprachitti and Ahlaad arrive in Asurloke. The king announces them to his heir apparent. Kayadu is happy to hear that her son is alive. Vishnu takes it upon himself to kill Hiranyakashiput. He appears as Narsingh from the iron pillar and kills Hirnyakashipu.
Goddess Laxmi is grateful to Lord Vishnu for saving Prahlad and killing Hiranyakashiput. Prahlad express his grief for the death of his father to Kayadu and asks her if she held him responsible. She blames only her fate for the calamity. Ahlaad will not perform the king?s last rites because after he was given away for adoption he had ceased to remain the king?s son. Prahlad prepares to light the pyre of his late father. Prahlad pleads with Ahlaad to become the king of Asurs but eventually has to become the ruler himself