LORD VISHNU #2 Know why Lord Vishnu sits on a snake

The calm face of Lord Vishnu inspires us to stay calm in such difficult conditions. Solving problems can be successfully found only after being calm.

Whenever there is a crisis on the earth, God takes an avatar to overcome that crisis. Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu have incarnated on Earth many times. The 24th incarnation of Lord Vishnu is said to be sure of his arrival as the? Kalki avatar ?.

His 23 avatars have so far incarnated on Earth.

Out of these 24 avatars, 10 avatars are considered to be the main incarnations of Vishnu. This is Matsya avatar, Kurma avatar, Varaha avatar, Narasimha avatar, Vamana avatar, Parashuram avatar, Rama avatar. Krishna avatar, Buddha avatar, Kalki avatar. Let’s know in detail ….

1- Sri Sanakadi Muni

According to religious texts, at the beginning of creation, Lok Pitamaha Brahma did austerities with the desire to create many worlds. Pleased with his tenacity, Lord Vishnu incarnated as the four sages named Sanak, Sanandan, Sanatan and Sanatkumar, bearing the name of Sun meaning tenacity. All these four were from the time of pre-natal times to the path of salvation, those who were engrossed in meditation, routine and routine. He is considered to be the first incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

Why lord Vishnu sits on the snake

Every moment of life is related to duties and responsibilities. Of these, family, social and economic duty is the most important. However, in order to fulfil these duties, every person has to make a lot of effort and many problems have to be faced, which are horrifying like the time of Balakshana, and this creates anxiety. The calm face of Lord Vishnu inspires us to stay calm in such difficult conditions. Solving problems can be successfully found only after being calm.

To be continued next Thursday…

Published by Anita Vij

A caring mother of 2. A loving wife. An aspiring individual who wishes to share her life-long learnings with the rest of the world.

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