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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’).

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’).

Lakshmi Garlanded Vishnu at the Time of Samudra Manthan (Reprint on Paper - Unframed))

Lakshmi Garlanded Vishnu at the Time of Samudra Manthan (Reprint on Paper - Unframed))

Krishna, in his Narasimha avatar, usually depicted with a lion's head, many arms, a wreath of venomous snakes, and a whole lotta carnage.

Krishna, in his Narasimha avatar, usually depicted with a lion's head, many arms, a wreath of venomous snakes, and a whole lotta carnage.

Virabhadra- Hindu myth: a godly warrior. He was created from a massive lock of shiva's hair. He once broke all the teeth of countless gods that fled from him.

Virabhadra- Hindu myth: a godly warrior. He was created from a massive lock of shiva's hair. He once broke all the teeth of countless gods that fled from him.

Shiva drinks the poison churned by the demigods and demons from the ocean of milk.

Shiva drinks the poison churned by the demigods and demons from the ocean of milk.