Chakras & Vishnu avatars: serpent Vasuvi, balances above the earth goddess Prithvi, who rests on the boar-headed Varaha. Below is golden tortoise Kurma, Vishnu lies in an ocean, on a multi-hooded serpent with a chauri (fly-whisk) bearer and his consort Lakshmi at his feet. At the base is a ten-armed goddess holding the 8 weapons of Vishnu, supported by a frog standing on two spheres representing the sun & moon 19th C. Newari. Nepal. Hindi
Vishnu anantshayan Vishnu is shown with four arms, each holding one of his attributes: a conch shell, a lotus flower, a mace and his circular wand, called Sudarshana chakra (meaning ‘beautiful disc’). The small figures all over his body refer to his role as the Universal Man who encompasses all of creation: the Vishvarupa (literally ‘all forms’).
Paramatma, or Paramatman, the “Primordial Self” or the “Self Beyond” who is spiritually practically identical with the Absolute, identical with Brahman. Selflessness is the attribute of Paramatman, where all personality/individuality vanishes.