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Who is Lord Vishnu:-

Since Vedic times, Vishnu has been recognized as the supreme power and controller of the entire world.

According to Vishnu Purana 1/22/36, Lord Vishnu, the formless Parabrahma, who is called God in the Vedas, the four-armed Vishnu is said to be the closest embodied and embodied Brahman. Vishnu is described the most in the Bhagavata and Vishnu Purana and among all the Puranas, the Bhagavata Purana is considered to be the most valid, due to which the importance of Vishnu becomes more than that of the other trinity.

In Gita Adhyay 11, in addition to the universal form of the universal form, giving the vision of the quadrilateral form proves that the quadrilateral form of the Supreme Lord is easy.

In Rigveda and other Vedas also many hymns are dedicated to Vishnu, which is also called Vishnu Sukta. In the Rigveda, Vishnu is first described independently in Sukta 22 of Mandala 1, in which there is a description of the Vamana avatar of Vishnu measuring three steps by three steps.

Another Rigvedic Sukta 156, Mandal 7 Sukta 100 contains descriptions of Vishnu, in which Vishnu is described as a friend of Indra and helping Indra to kill the circle, which understands the importance of Vishnu as the Tridev.


In the basic texts of Hinduism, Vishnu is one of the three main forms of the Supreme Lord according to the Puranas. In the Puranas, Trimurti Vishnu has been called the sustainer of the world or the world. The other two forms of the Trimurti are believed to be Brahma and Shiva. While Brahma ji is considered to be the creator of the world, Shiva ji is considered to be the destroyer. Basically, the belief that Vishnu and Shiva and Brahma are one and the same has also been widely accepted. Vishnu has been recognized in the form of incarnation in various forms for the protection of justice, the destruction of injustice and the guidance of the living being (human) to take the right path according to the situation.

According to the Puranas, the wife of Vishnu is Lakshmi. Kamadeva was the son of Vishnu. Kshir Sagar is the abode of Vishnu. His sleep is above Sheshnag. A lotus arises from his navel in which Brahma ji is situated.

He holds Padma (Lotus) in his lower left hand, Gada (Kaumodaki) in his lower right hand, Shankha (Panchjanya) in his upper left hand and Chakra (Sudarshan) in his upper right hand.

Lord Vishnu's favorite abode (Vaikuntha):-

Although Vishnu is also considered to reside in speech, but his most beloved abode 'Pathah' is famous in Rigveda. Acharya Sayan has taken the word 'Giri' to mean 'speech' as ​​well as figuratively 'a mountain-like advanced world'. [20] If 'Giri' is accepted in both these senses, then The problem gets resolved. Where the third pada of Vishnu reaches, that is his abode. The Lok of Vishnu is the 'Param Pad', that is, it is the supreme world as far as the destination. The specialty of that 'Param Pad' is that it is endowed with immense light. [21] There are many horned cows (or rays) transmitting. 'Gaavah' is like a polite phrase here. By interpreting it to mean 'cows', there is abundance of milk etc. physical confirmation and when 'rays' there is abundance of light, that is, spiritual progress is easily permissible. Madhu has a permanent origin (= source) in Vishnu's 'Param Pad'. Whatever the meaning of this graceful phrase may be, it is a sign of ecstasy in every situation, for which all beings, including the deity, aspire and strive. That is why everyone wishes for the attainment of the said world. [22] In the same mantra, there is also a mention of virtuous people, experiencing fulfillment (joy, happiness).

One of the main features of Vishnu is his friendship with Indra. [23] It is in the company of Indra that his three foot-projections are initiated. Together with Indra, he destroys 99 forts of Shamber Daitya. [24] Similarly, he also helps Indra in the battle with Vritra. Both are also said to possess each other's powers at some places. In this way Vishnu's Sompana and Indra's three foot-projections are also described.

Mythological beliefs of Lord Vishnu:-

The signs available in the Rigveda and the Brahmanas have undergone substantial additions to the Puranas – narrative as well as descriptive and explanatory. The Puranas have given the name of Vishnu to the Nirmal Parabrahma only because of the absence of present, eternal, unborn, Akshaya, Avyaya, Ekras and Heya in the origin of this world. He (Vishnu) is 'Paranam Parah' (superior than nature), the Supreme Soul situated in the soul, the supreme superior and devoid of instructions and adjectives like form, character etc. He is birth, growth, result, decay and destruction. He is free from these six vices. He pervades everywhere and the whole world resides in Him; That is why scholars call him 'Vasudeva'. The subject (knowledge) is not there. Apart from me, there was neither gross nor subtle, and the cause of both was ignorance. Where this creation is not there, I am I and what appears to be this creation is also me and whatever will remain, that is also me. From these references Vishnu's supremacy and The feeling of being sovereign is clearly reflected.

It is believed that Vishnu had two forms. The first form is the main person and the second form is 'Kaal'. It is these two that unite and separate the creation and destruction or Prakriti and Purusha. This Kaal form Lord is eternal and eternal; Therefore the creation, condition and destruction of the world never stop.

In the Bhagwat Mahapuran, recognized as the Sirmour of Vaishnavas and 'Tilak of Puranas'  it is said in the context of the origin of the universe that the lotus originated from the navel of Vishnu (the only one) who slept in the Ekranava on the desire to create and The Vedamaya Brahma emerged automatically due to the entry of Vishnu himself, who manifests all the qualities in him, from the innermost form.

Similarly, in most of the Puranas, Vishnu has been accepted as the Supreme Brahman. Puranas are full of stories related to them. Being a follower, they sometimes have to resort to various prapanchas from the world point of view. After taking away the kingdom by the Asuras, suggesting to deceive the asuras by giving advice to the deities to churn the ocean for the attainment of heaven; 

There is a deceit of Vishnu in the stories described in the Upapuranas like Devi Bhagwat and Shiv Puran related to the dissolution of the chastity of Tulsi (Vrinda) for the slaughter of (Jalandhar). In this regard, it is essential to note that being the follower, they see the result. Due to the strength of the Asuras / unjust by any boon, if even by deceit, the unjust ends and the injustice is rectified, then they do not hesitate to cheat. Killing Bali by hiding in Ramavatara and becoming the legislator of many deceit in the Mahabharata war in Krishnavatar is a reflection of his attitude. 

The scavengers use these tales as anti-God by giving arbitrary interpretations. But it is necessary to see them from the point of view of contextual knowledge because in the Puranas or related texts, these contexts have been presented in adverse situations only for the knowledge of specific duty other than general. It is important to note that in the Puranas, only elemental knowledge has been called Brahma, Paramatma and God.

Form of Vishnu:-

The entire form of Vishnu is knowledgeable. In the Puranas, the ornaments and weapons worn by them are also considered symbolic:-

Kaustubh Mani = Symbol of the unblemished, nirguna and pure Kshetrajna form of the world

Shreevatsa = prime or original nature

Mace = wisdom

Conch = Tamas ego, the reason for the rise of the Panchamahabhutas

Sharanga (bow) = Rajas ego that generates the senses

Sudarshan Chakra = Sattvic Ego

Vaijayanti Mala = Confluence of Panchatanmatra and Panchamahabhutas [Vaijayanti Mala Mukta, Ruby, Turquoise, Indranil and Heera - being made of these five gems, five symbolic]

Baan = sense organs and sense organs.

Khadga = Vidyamaya knowledge {Which is covered by the sheath of ignorance.}

In this way Vishnu keeps all the creative material elements on his body.

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