Vishnu (विष्णु)


Vishnu (विष्णु) - also known as "The Sustainer" is one of the three Gods of Hinduism viz Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva are brothers and Lord Vishnu is in the middle. Vishnu is endowed with "Satguna".

Vishnu is the son of Goddess Durga and Brahm (Kaal). His wife is Lakshmi and he resides in Vaikunth Lok or the Vishnu Lok.

Lord Vishnu resides in the "Umbilical Lotus / Naabhi Kamal (नाभि कमल)" also called the Naabhi Chakra in the human body. Naabhi Chakra / lotus has 8 petals.

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Age of Vishnu

Shrimad Devi Bhagwat Puran clearly mentions that Brahma, Vishnu and Shiv are in birth and death. This also means that Lord Vishnu is in the cycle of birth and death. In Shrimad Bhagavad Gita (4.34) also it has been mentioned that Lord Vishnu is in birth and death.

Therefore Lord Vishnu has a finite life span. What is the age of Lord Vishnu, find out below.

Age of Vishnu is 7 times the age of Brahma.

Therefore age of Vishnu is 7 X 100 "Divine years" = 700 "Divine years" = 2177280000000000 earth years (2 quadrillion 177 trillion 280 billion years).

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Lord Vishnu is not Supreme - Shiv Purana

There are many inferences in our Holy Scriptures that prove that Lord Vishnu is not Supreme God. One of the main ones is the one below.

Virbhadra defeats Vishnu and beheads Daksha (Father of Parvati)

In Shiv Purana there comes an account when Sati jumps in to a yagya fire and gets burnt. When Lord Shiva learns about this, out of extreme rage, he pulls a few locks of his hair and creates Virbhadra and orders Virbhadra to kill Daksha. Virbhadra arrives at the scene of yagya. Seeing this Daksha gets terrified and takes refuge of Lord Vishnu. Virbhadra defeats Lord Vishnu and other devtas and beheads Daksha and throws his head in to the yagya fire. Later on Brahma and other devtas approach Lord Shiva and ask for pardon and to revive Daksha and other devtas who were killed by Virbhadra. Lord Shiva finally agrees and revives them and also Daksha.

The above account proves that Lord Vishnu is not the supreme God.

There are many other similar accounts which also prove that Lord Vishnu is not the Supreme God.