Prince Namasu was the son of the great king Mahabali, and the great grandson of Sri Bhakt Prahalad. He was one among the 100 children of Sri Mahabali. His elder brother is Banasura, a great devotee of Lord Shiva, and become a divine attendant of Lord Shiva in Kailash, the abode of Lord Shiva. He was also present during the time of Vamana Avatar of Lord Vishnu, and went along with his father to the Nether World (Pathala Loka). He was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu, similar to his father and his great grandfather Sri Bhakt Prahalad.

Since Prahalad had got the boon for his 27 generations for becoming Chiranjeevis from Lord Vishnu, he is still able to live in the Pathala Loka, along with Mahabali. It is believed that his descendants are also living with him, with the blessings of Lord Vishnu, who stand as a guardian outside the Pathala Loka, in order to protect them from their enemies.

According to the boon given by Lord Vamana, an avatar of Lord Vishnu, King Mahabali would be the next Indra in the next Krita Yuga, that is after the end of Kali Yuga, which is supposed to end after 4,26,000 years ( approximately). At that time, the great Namasu will occupy a main place in the Swarka Loka, next to his father Mahabali. He will also get the divine blessings of his ancestor Prahalada, and live in a glorious manner.

As per the legend, Namasu is considered as one of the obedient and disciplined son of Mahabali, who always obeys his orders and instructions and carry out the duties according to his wish. He is considered as a GEM among the 100 sons of the king Mahabali. During the regime of Mahabali, he also participated in his rule, and won the hearts of the people, by properly taking care of them. Though, he is not that much familiar similar to his father and great grand–father, some details about him were mentioned in the ancient scripts. It is  mentioned that during the food donation organized by Mahabali, he will used to patiently serve food to a minimum of 1000 people at his palace in a whole heartedly manner. Due to that he was admired and praised by the people and also by the kings, gods and demi gods in the heaven.

Let us worship the great prince Namasu and be blessed.