Vishnu Sahasranamam

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Vishnu Sahasranamam

Vishnu Sahasranamam is a hymn that sings all the praises of Lord Vishnu.

Singing Vishnu Sahasranamam calms your mind and sharpens your focus on life. Reading every name of Lord Vishnu helps to increase your inner strength. In the meanwhile it will further increase your focus. This will help you meditate better.

About Vishnu God

From the Vedic period onwards, Vishnu was recognized as the  supreme power and ruler of the whole world.

According to the Vishnu Purana 1/22/36, Lord Vishnu, known as the God of the Vedas, is the imageless Parabrahma, the four-armed Vishnu who is the closest embodied and embodied Brahman. The Bhagavata and Vishnu Puranas describe Vishnu in more detail and the Bhagavata Purana is considered to be the most valid of all the Puranas and therefore the importance of Vishnu is greater than the other three.

In Psalm 11, the square form of the Supreme Lord proves to be easy by giving a vision of the four-armed form in addition to the universal form.

Many hymns in Zoology and other Vedas are dedicated to Lord Vishnu and are also known as Vishnu Sukta. Vishnu in Zodiac is first described in Sutra 22 of Mandala 1, which describes the dwarf incarnation of Vishnu measuring three steps into three worlds.

Another igvedic formula, 156, contains descriptions of Vishnu in Mandal 7 Sukta 100, which describes Vishnu as a friend of Indra and helps Indra to kill the circle that realizes the importance of Vishnu as the Trinity.

In the basic texts of Hinduism, Vishnu is, according to legend, one of the three main forms of the Supreme Lord. In ancient times, Trimurti Vishnu was known as the Sustainer of the world or the world. The other two forms of Trimurti are believed to be Brahma and Shiva. Brahma ji is considered as the creator of the world and Shiva ji is considered as the destroyer. Basically, it is widely accepted that Vishnu and Shiva and Brahma are one and the same. Vishnu has been identified as an incarnation of various forms to protect justice, to destroy injustice and to guide the living being (man) to the right path according to the situation.

According to legend, Vishnu’s wife was Lakshmi. Kamadeva is the son of Vishnu. Kshir Sagar is the abode of Vishnu. His sleep is high for Sheshnag. A lotus leaf emerges from his nose where Brahma ji is located.

He holds the padma (lotus) in his lower left hand, the gada (kamodaki) in his lower right hand, the shankha (panchajanya) in his upper left hand and the chakra (sudarshan) in the upper right.


Etymology and meaning

The word ‘Vishnu’ is mainly derived from the root ‘Vish’. (The original Latin word for “vish” or “vish” may be wikias and vas wes in Salvik.) It is said that the word ‘Vishnu’ was taken from it. Alternatively, the root word ‘wish’ is also taken to mean ‘penetration’, because being omnipresent enters everywhere.

Adi Shankaracharya, in his Vishnu Sahasranamam language, has taken the meaning of the word Vishnu in detail. Its etymology is clearly written as the root form of the word “wish”. ‘Wish’. ‘Vishnu’ is made. “Power has entered this whole world; therefore he gets the name Vishnu. The word ‘Vish’ means ‘entry’.

Prominent commentators on the Vishnu Rig Veda have often taken the meaning of the word ‘Vishnu’ in one voice. In his interpretation of Vishnu (Rigveda -1.144 and 3), Dr. Sayana gives the meaning of ‘Vishnu’ as Almighty (God) and Almighty; ] Maharshi Dayananda Saraswati has also taken the meaning of ‘Vishnu’ as Almighty God in many places. In many places it has also taken on the meaning of supreme scholar.

Thus, the word ‘Vishnu’ is derived from the root ‘Vish’ and it is clear that its meaning is everywhere.

Vishnu’s place is numerically secondary to the psalms in the tradition of the Vedic deity Rigveda because he was praised for only five psalms; But if they are not considered from a numerical point of view, their importance comes to the fore.

The nature and characteristics of Vishnu mentioned in the Rig Veda can be observed from the following facts: –

Shastras of the Loktra: Three Foot Projections

The distinctive feature of Vishnu is his three foot projections, which are mentioned twelve times in the elve gveda. This is probably his biggest feature. His three steps are full of honey and it is said that it never fades. His three grades are so extensive that the whole world is in them (or they are dependent). ‘Thredha Vichakramana’ also describes his three foot projections in different ways. The words urugai and ru rukram also indicate the above fact. Two-thirds of his sidewalks supplied with honey are visible, and the third is not clearly visible. This third highest position is said to be beyond the flight of birds and the deadly eye. Yasak’s predecessor, Avarnavabha, regarded him as a sign of sunrise, the setting and setting of the day.

Many scholars consider Vishnu to be one who watches the sun, accepting his one-foot projection from dawn to noon, the second projection from noon to late, and the third projection until dawn. The two foot projections mentioned above are said to be visible and the third is said to be invisible. But how can many other scholars, including McDonald’s, say that the third stage can be considered ‘sublime’ in this sense? Therefore, they consider the above three Shakapuni steps as the path through which the Sun God travels through the three worlds. Each of those has four names.

In this way they considered 90 to 360 horses multiplied by the number 4 corresponding to the days of the solar year. In fact, Vishnu rules over the whole world in two verses and the third verse shows his supreme abode, that is, conquest. The esoteric explanation of these three verses is given in the Rig Veda itself.

Vishnu Dham means the beloved abode of Vishnu (Vaikuntha).

Vishnu is also believed to live in the story but his most beloved abode, ‘Patha’ is famous in the Rig Veda. Dr. Zion uses the word “mountain” to mean “speech” as well as symbolically “a world as advanced as a mountain”. The place where Vishnu reaches the third leg is his abode. Vishnu’s lock is the ‘param pad’, that is, he is the supreme world to the destination. The uniqueness of this ‘Param Pad’ is that it has a tremendous amount of light. Cattle with horns (or rays) have many transmissions. ‘Gawa’ is like a polite phrase here. Its meaning is ‘cows’, which increase the abundance of milk as well as physical affirmation, and when there are ‘rays’, the adequacy of light, that is, spiritual progress, can be easily acknowledged. Madhu in Vishnu’s ‘Param Pad’

 Whatever the meaning of this beautiful phrase, it is a sign of rejoicing in every situation that all living beings, including God, desire and strive for. That is why everyone wants to achieve the above world.

Vishnu-Indra pair i.e. Indra-branches

One of the main characteristics of Vishnu is that he befriends Indra. Together with Indra, he destroyed 99 forts in the Chamber of Commerce. He also helped Indra in his fight with Varth. It is also said that the two are in some places with each other’s powers. In this way the three projections of Vishnu’s sompana and Indra’s feet are also described. In Magdalen 6, Sukta 69, both gods are praised in pairs in the igveda. Similarly, in Mandel 5, Sukta 87 of the Igveda, his friendship with Marudgan is seen in Indra.

Super hot

From the root of Vishnu, the word Vishnu means “broad, dynamic, dynamic or entrepreneurial”. He was praised by the people for his heroic power.

Frightening the sick

Their semen (power) or heroic deeds cause them to fear the enemy. People fear him just as a mountaineer fears a lion. The fear of the common people is proved to be to be feared even by words like ‘parameswaradbhitih’. They have no reason to be afraid. They are going to commit acts of violence such as killing the wicked (enemies). It should be noted here that they only kill violent criminals (kucharas) who are misbehaving. So they are told that they are not murderers.

Broad and fast

Vishnu is broad, expansive and has unparalleled mobility. Words like and Runurture this fact. The glory of Vishnu has not been broken, not even in the sense of astonishment by the professors or in the sense of ‘Urugai’ written by Dr. Sayana as the aristocrat Steumman. Dr. Yadunandan Mishra says that we are asked to take the meaning of this word as ‘the one with the fastest speed’, because he called it ‘the transmitter all over the world’. His sequence of steps could have been so long. It is said that they would measure the three worlds by three world projections.


If he builds and establishes the three positions of Vishnu, he also cares about the people who depend on it. People get their bhogya anna etc. in the form of prasad in all the three steps and they experience the ultimate fulfillment. Those who praise Lord Vishnu, they prosper in all respects because of His sacrifices and His supreme power. In this way, everyone is keen to get the Shakti Pradayini Praise to Vishnu. He is the senior giver.

Chemistry Trinity

The Trinity is reflected in the qualities of Vishnu. He is the bearer of the three levels, the three kinds of motion, the three worlds, and the world. He is also the ‘Trinity’, the same form as Sa, Raja and Tama, or the earth, water and light.

Vishnu is the creator of the terrestrial worlds and the last vast space. In the world of self-creation they are going to make three types of movements. These three movements of his symbolize emergence, status, and integration. In this way, He is the Creator, Sustainer, and Destroyer of everything that moves. He is the sole owner of the Loktraya.

He alone will measure the world by three of his foot projections. Even measuring the cosmos, the result is that the cosmos means that all living things are under their complete control. Vishnu is also the protector of the fetus. Vishnu prays to God for the protection of the fetus and the birth of a beautiful child. Called Foster. Even in the interpretation of Psalm 12 of the Twenty-fifth Psalm of the Eighth Rig Veda, Dr. Saina clearly considers Lord Vishnu to be ‘to be obeyed’.

Therefore, from the overall point of view, Vishnu in the Rig Veda referred to Vishnu as the Absolute Philanthropist.


Despite being mentioned in many mantras, Indra is known as ‘Sukrit’ and Vishnu as ‘Sukritara’. Sripad Satalekar ji means ‘the best among those who do good’ and Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati ji means ‘the one who has the best deeds’. (The best of those who do good). It is clear that Vishnu in the Rig Veda itself assumes that Vishnu is supreme. Also, although Indra is the king, the supremacy of Vishnu is also made clear in the Vedas, which states that Vishnu “alone possesses the whole world” and that they declare for Indra. (In effect). It is clear that Vishnu, the creator and maintainer of the universe, was made king of Indra for the mission. From this well-applied point of view, the Brahmanical texts related to the supremacy of Vishnu and later.

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