Vishnu

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Vishnu
God of Preservation

Ultimate Reality, Moksha, God of Time, The Protector of Good, Bestower of Karma, Supreme Being in Vaishnavism

Para Brahman, the Supreme Being[1][2][3]
Member of Trimurti
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Vishnu bearing his four attributes
Other names Hari, Narayana, Madhava, Keshava, Achyuta, Janardana
Sanskrit transliteration Viṣṇu
Devanagari विष्णु
Affiliation Parabrahman (Vaishnavism), Trimurti, Bhagavan, Ishvara, Dashavatara
Abode Vaikuntha, Kshira Sagara
Mantra
Weapon Discus (Sudarshana Chakra), Mace (Kaumodaki), Conch (Panchajanya), Sharanga (Bow), Nandaka (Sword),[4]
Symbols Shaligram, Dvaravati sila, Padma
Day Thursday
Mount Garuda,[4] Shesha
Gender Male
Festivals Holi, Ram Navami, Krishna Janmashtami, Narasimha Jayanti, Deepavali, Onam, Vivaha Panchami, Vijayadashami, Anant Chaturdashi, Devshayani Ekadashi, Prabodhini Ekadashi and other ekadashis, Kartik Purnima, Tulsi Vivah[5]
Personal information
Siblings Parvati (ceremonial sister)
Consort Lakshmi
Children

VishnuÌn-tō͘-kàu ê 3-tōa sîn-bêng chi it, sī pó-hō͘-chiá, kî-tiong Vishnu-phài sìn i sī siāng koân ūi ê Sîn.

Chù-kái[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

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  2. Encyclopedia of World Religions. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. 2008. pp. 445–448. ISBN 978-1-59339-491-2. 
  3. Soifer 1991, p. 85.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Constance Jones; James D. Ryan (2006). Encyclopedia of Hinduism. Infobase Publishing. pp. 491–492. ISBN 978-0-8160-7564-5. 
  5. Muriel Marion Underhill (1991). The Hindu Religious Year. Asian Educational Services. pp. 75–91. ISBN 978-81-206-0523-7.