Vishnu Sahasranama stotram consist of thousand names of Lord Vishnu. The most popular one is from Anushasana parva of Mahabharata which was said by Bhishma to Yudhishtira. But there are other versions of Vishnu Sahasranamam i.e., there are other names of Lord Vishnu in other puranas. They occur in Skanda Purana, Padma Purana and Garuda Purana where the reciter and listener are different.
Vishnu Sahasranama stotram from the Padma Purana is present in the Uttara Khanda. Lord Shiva says these names to Parvati. Following is an excerpt of the stotra
shivatrishoolavidhvamsee shreekanThaikavarapradah |
narahkrushNo haridharmanandano dharmajeevanah || 52 ||
He is the destroyer of Siva's trident.He is the only giver of boons to Siva. He is the 'man'. He is Krsna. He is Hari. He is delighted in righteousness. Righteousness is his life.
When did Lord Vishnu destroy the trident of Lord Shiva?