Lord Vishnu and His Dasavtar

Loard Vishnu is the world preserver .lord Vishnu is also worshiped as Satyanaraayan .

Goddess Lakshmi is the wife of Vishnu, she is the Goddess of Wealth.

Shri Hari Vishnu , Shri means Lakshmi .

Vishnu rests on Shesh naag,

He has four hands and carries four tools shankh, chakar , padam (flower), and gaddah.

He rides on Garuda.

Vishnu  took different Avtaaraas to protect in the world.

His Dasha-Avatars ( ten avatars) are

Narshimha ji (click here to know about Narshimha)

krishna ji (click here to know about Krishna)

Raamchandar ji

Mohini (click here to know the story of Mohini)

Varaha (click here to know the story of Varaha avatar)

Khurma (click here to know the story of khurma)

Vaman (click here to know the story of Vaman Avatar/)

Matsya (click here for the story of matsya avatar)

Parshu Raam(click here to know the story of Parshuram Avatar)




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