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This is Keshava Vishnu.

Keshava means His hair is curly and black.

I have heard many times that Krishna (or Vishnu) is very merciful, however, as He holds different objects on His hands - Mace, Discus, lotus flower and Conch-shell, so His mercy can be given in different ways.

Generally the lotus flower and the conshell are for devotees, so to say - an example of lines I have heard.

the question is:

where in the scriptures is this described?

in anyways, Keshava Vishnu, (or Krishna) is always beyond the reach of our material senses, and we can never understand the full picture.

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    Can you more clear?! Can't get it what you want to ask ? Please ask your question in clear way so everybody can understand it Thanks :) – Shree Krishna Sep 22 '16 at 19:41
  • where in the scriptures is this described? I would like to know where exactly in the scriptures this is described. apologies if I was not clear – Marcello Miorelli Sep 22 '16 at 22:20
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    See this question Salagramams of Lord Vishnu – The Destroyer Sep 23 '16 at 12:55
  • @TheDestroyer thanks - that was very good of you sharing it here. – Marcello Miorelli Sep 23 '16 at 13:08
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    @marcellomiorelli Thanks but that is on Shaligrama stones but I don't know scriptures that describe real Lord Vishnu in Keshava form. – The Destroyer Sep 23 '16 at 13:10

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