Many of us are familiar with the story of Bhagavan Krishna's birth. Specifically, when Kamsa finally arrives to kill the eighth child of Vasudeva and Devaki, the child who has taken Krishna's place, in ethereal voice, proclaims the safe arrival of Bhagavan Vishnu as Krishna avatara on Earth and announces the doom that is to befall Kamsa and then disappears. Puranas attest that this child is none other than incarnate of Vishnu's YogamAyA.
According to SriVaishnavam, Is YogamAyA identified as a Nityasuri? If not, what is the relation to Bhagavan Vishnu? Sometimes, YogamAyA is also referred to as VishnuDurga, what is the reason behind this?
Note: Nityasuris are the attendants of srimannArAyaNa. They are jivAtmas like any other mukta in Paramapadam except that they have been in Moksha eternally. Some famous examples include srimannArAyaNa's weapons like ChakrathAzhwar & ShankAzhwar, his general Viswaksenar or SenaiMudaliar and his eternal serpent couch SheshAzhwar.