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’).
Trinavarta thought Krishna to be like a mountain & he tried to throw Him down. With Krishna grasping his throat, the demon choked. His eyes popping out, Trinavarta lost his life and fell to the ground. The gopis picked up Krishna from the demons chest, and delivered Him, unharmed, to Mother Yasoda. Everyone was very happy. Ch.7.
Garuda il divino capostipite della stirpe degli uccelli. il nome di Garuḍa conserva la sua origine nella radice sanscrita gṛ="parlare" (anche Uṇādisūtra, IV, 155), in tal senso Garuḍa rappresenterebbe le formule ermetiche e magiche dei Veda, grazie alle quali l'uomo può volare, innalzarsi, verso i cieli divini.