Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu Lord Mahesh, the Holy Triumvirate or Trimurti together make up the gods of the Universe. Lord Brahma who is the creator, Lord Vishnu who is the protector, and Lord Shiva is the destroyer. Lord Vishnu is the Supreme God, as he ensures that the universe does not fall prey to any evil. He represents the principles of order, justice and truth.
Its role is to return to Earth during troubled times and restore the balance between good and evil. So far he has incarnated nine times, but Hindus believe that he will reincarnate one last time towards the end of this world.
The worshipers of Lord Vishnu, commonly called Vaishnava or Vaishnavites, consider him the greatest God. Vaishnava only worships Vishnu. Vishnu monotheism is called Vaishnavism.
In Vaishnavism, He is the Supreme Self and Lord of the universe, manifesting in various ways as part of His obligatory duty.
The Vedas recognize him as a sun god (Aditya) and describe him as the God of three steps, enforcer of the law and bestower of favors.
In other respects, Lord Vishnu reincarnated several times in various forms. He lived on this planet nine times, with the 10th predicted.
- Krishna  Kalki
Lord Vishnu who has more powers than Hindu god therefore. He can manage the forces equally and therefore he contributes directly to the survival of the world through his energy. Vishnu typically reveals his relationship to the human universe and the spirit realm, in a dark blue glimpse of the four wings, a pair at the end. The Sudarshan Chakra that he is holding is a sharp, rotating disc that depicts the purified spiritual soul. "Su" means pleasant and / or superior and "Darshana", in its literal sense, means vision or sight. Together they picture the destruction of the ego in the awakening and realization of the original nature of the soul and Lord Vishnu himself. Lord Vishnu also carries a club or Gada called & # 39; Kaumodaki & # 39 ;. This is the root of all physical, metaphysical or intellectual energy, as well as the supreme influence of Vishnu. This also implies the influence of Vishnu to overcome materialistic and evil (Anartha) forces that prevent them from going to the devotees who approach him. The Supreme power in Vishnu is the Supreme power that purifies and elevates us spiritually from our materialistic relationships. In the southern parts of India, Srirangam Temple is a temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, also known as Lord Ranganatha in Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu. In the inner shrine of the temple, Lord Ranganatha is reclining on top of Adishesha, the five-headed serpent. The temple was built around the 9th century AD. Major influences from the Dravidian architectural style can be seen. It is celebrated in DivyaPrabhanda by Alwars. Four million people come to this temple and receive blessings in its divinity through various services. A remarkable fact to note is that it is not only the most important of the 108 DivyaDesams, but also the largest functioning Hindu temple in the world dedicated to Lord Vishnu.