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Lord Vishnu ( Narayana ) World Awaits His Next Re Incarnation

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His 10th and final re incarnation is due on planet earth very soon. This avatar of Lord Vishnu will destroy all evil in the world and restore moral order and Peace. Lord Kalki is the next awaited re incarnation. Either due in 2012, 2039. Buddha was the latest re incarnation as number 9. All of his avatars were written in the Holy Vishnu Puranas. Lord Vishnu is blue like the Ocean... he represents the cosmic ocean. The Ocean was the only thing in the Universe and Earth before the creation of the world.

Vishnu represents that aspect of the divine reality that maintains and sustains the creation. The endless creative force of Brahma gives life to all beings, and Vishnu's infinite sustaining force protects this life.

Just as the feminine Supreme Energy, Vishnu has a "thousands names" which symbolize in fact just as many of his aspects. The daily repetition of Vishnu's thousand names is a living proof of his devotee's faith and ardor.

Vishnu's blue body is often depicted in blue. The color blue symbolizes the infinite. Vishnu is represented as an infinite force. He has no form, no name, and he is incommensurable.

The garland of flowers around Vishnu's neck is a symbol of God's worship. The precious stone decorating his neck indicates that Vishnu fulfills his worshiper's desires and the crown is a symbol of the Divine's power and supreme authority. His two earrings stand for the dual nature of creation.

Vishnu wears yellow clothing. The yellow color is associated with the terrestrial life. The dress of Vishnu, therefore, symbolizes his incarnations as a man, fighting for justice and destruction of the evil.

"Vishnu, the Preserver, sustains the whole creation and has the power of manifesting himself under numerous forms. In the great Cosmic Ocean, He sustains both the sun of the infinite and the eternal spirit of existence, which is the master of the universe."
Vishnu Purana

Vishnu the Preserver, is often depicted as lying on Ananta, a many-headed serpent. He lives on Meru with his wife Lakshmi. Vishnu usually rides through the heavens on Garuda, a man-bird, endowed with highly unusual powers, which spreads courage and Vedic knowledge.

Very often, Vishnu appears under the form of a young, very handsome man, with four arms (several arms is an indication of the divine, showing that they can perform several functions in the same time).

In his hands, Vishnu is shown holding a shell, a disk, a lotus, and a scepter. The symbolism of the shell is two-folded: on one hand it represents Vishnu's relationship with the primordial waters and its use as a musical instrument, reminiscent of the primordial waters, and on the other hand the shell represents the five elements, and consequently the origin of manifestation.

The lotus is a symbol of the spiritual development and cosmic harmony. It also signifies the appearance of life on the neutral immensity of the primordial waters.

The opening of the lotus bud represents the realization of the possibilities contained in the "seed" of the human being. The scepter is a symbol of power and authority.

The disk is a solar symbol, and the classical image of Vishnu, the ascendant, unifying, intellectual tendency of a human being. It represents the power that destroys the ignorance and the darkness, just as it is a symbol of a killing weapon, and of the sun. It destroys the evil through the process of illumination.

Vishnu is more a god of love. For a Vaishnavite, salvation is usually won by bhakti, a loving devotion to God as preserver. Vishnu is considered the guardian of mankind and the keeper of the Dharma. He preserves the order in the universe. Every time the humanity decays, Vishnu takes on the form of an avatar, a divine model coming on earth, to show people new paths for spiritual development. He has taken nine incarnations.

His first incarnation was a fish, Matsya; the second a turtle, Kurma; the third a wild boar, Varaha; the fourth a lion; the fifth a dwarf, Vamana; the sixth a warrior, Parasurama; the seventh a hero, Rama; the eighth Krishna; the ninth Buddha.

Vishnu's tenth incarnation, Kalki, is supposed to come about at the end of this age, Kali Yuga. He is said to be the cosmic rider of Apocalypse, who will take on the role of destroyer of what is evil on earth.

The most important incarnations of Vishnu are Rama and Krishna.

Prosperity88 Uploaded by Prosperity88 on . Lord Vishnu ( Narayana ) World Awaits His Next Re Incarnation - Desktop Nexus People Download free wallpapers and background images: Lord Vishnu ( Narayana ) World Awaits His Next Re Incarnation. Desktop Nexus People background ID 372346. His 10th and final re incarnation is due on planet earth very soon. This avatar of Lord Vishnu will destroy all evil in the world and restore moral order and Peace. Lord Kalki is the next awaited re incarnation. Either due in 2012, 2039. Buddha was the latest re incarnation as number 9. All of his avatars were written in the Holy Vishnu Puranas. Lord Vishnu is blue like the Ocean... he represents the cosmic ocean. The Ocean was the only thing in the Universe and Earth before the creation of the world.

Vishnu represents that aspect of the divine reality that maintains and sustains the creation. The endless creative force of Brahma gives life to all beings, and Vishnu's infinite sustaining force protects this life.

Just as the feminine Supreme Energy, Vishnu has a "thousands names" which symbolize in fact just as many of his aspects. The daily repetition of Vishnu's thousand names is a living proof of his devotee's faith and ardor.

Vishnu's blue body is often depicted in blue. The color blue symbolizes the infinite. Vishnu is represented as an infinite force. He has no form, no name, and he is incommensurable.

The garland of flowers around Vishnu's neck is a symbol of God's worship. The precious stone decorating his neck indicates that Vishnu fulfills his worshiper's desires and the crown is a symbol of the Divine's power and supreme authority. His two earrings stand for the dual nature of creation.

Vishnu wears yellow clothing. The yellow color is associated with the terrestrial life. The dress of Vishnu, therefore, symbolizes his incarnations as a man, fighting for justice and destruction of the evil.

"Vishnu, the Preserver, sustains the whole creation and has the power of manifesting himself under numerous forms. In the great Cosmic Ocean, He sustains both the sun of the infinite and the eternal spirit of existence, which is the master of the universe."
Vishnu Purana

Vishnu the Preserver, is often depicted as lying on Ananta, a many-headed serpent. He lives on Meru with his wife Lakshmi. Vishnu usually rides through the heavens on Garuda, a man-bird, endowed with highly unusual powers, which spreads courage and Vedic knowledge.

Very often, Vishnu appears under the form of a young, very handsome man, with four arms (several arms is an indication of the divine, showing that they can perform several functions in the same time).

In his hands, Vishnu is shown holding a shell, a disk, a lotus, and a scepter. The symbolism of the shell is two-folded: on one hand it represents Vishnu's relationship with the primordial waters and its use as a musical instrument, reminiscent of the primordial waters, and on the other hand the shell represents the five elements, and consequently the origin of manifestation.

The lotus is a symbol of the spiritual development and cosmic harmony. It also signifies the appearance of life on the neutral immensity of the primordial waters.

The opening of the lotus bud represents the realization of the possibilities contained in the "seed" of the human being. The scepter is a symbol of power and authority.

The disk is a solar symbol, and the classical image of Vishnu, the ascendant, unifying, intellectual tendency of a human being. It represents the power that destroys the ignorance and the darkness, just as it is a symbol of a killing weapon, and of the sun. It destroys the evil through the process of illumination.

Vishnu is more a god of love. For a Vaishnavite, salvation is usually won by bhakti, a loving devotion to God as preserver. Vishnu is considered the guardian of mankind and the keeper of the Dharma. He preserves the order in the universe. Every time the humanity decays, Vishnu takes on the form of an avatar, a divine model coming on earth, to show people new paths for spiritual development. He has taken nine incarnations.

His first incarnation was a fish, Matsya; the second a turtle, Kurma; the third a wild boar, Varaha; the fourth a lion; the fifth a dwarf, Vamana; the sixth a warrior, Parasurama; the seventh a hero, Rama; the eighth Krishna; the ninth Buddha.

Vishnu's tenth incarnation, Kalki, is supposed to come about at the end of this age, Kali Yuga. He is said to be the cosmic rider of Apocalypse, who will take on the role of destroyer of what is evil on earth.

The most important incarnations of Vishnu are Rama and Krishna.

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Posted by tentsewang on 09/21/10 at 11:36 AM
The former lives of the Buddha, the vishnu who preserved the love of all beings with limitless compassion to all beings. Om...
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