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The god of preservation, also called Narayana. Brahman in Vaishnavism

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when he deliberately accepts rajas guna. Narayana himself sustains, maintains and preserves the universe as Vishnu. In Shaivism, Narayan also accepts sattva guna and annihilates the universe at the end …
asked Jul 4 '17 by Rubellite Yakṣī
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It has always struck me as interesting, or perhaps odd, that the root phonemes of Shiva, [sh]+[v], are the reverse of the root phonemes of Vishnu, [v]+[sh]. Is there any accounting for this? …
asked Apr 26 '18 by Rubellite Yakṣī
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Anurag Singh commented: No. 'Shiva' is made with श ś (not ष ṣ ), and 'Vishnu' is made with ष ṣ (not श ś ) . श ś is a palatal Sh sound, and ष ṣ is retroflex Sh sound. In English alphabet there is …
answered Apr 27 '18 by Rubellite Yakṣī
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It seems that Vaishnavism isn't as popular as I had initially expected it to be. What groups venerate Vishnu other than ISKCon? Is there a particular region of India were Vaishnavism is the majority? If not, where is it most popular? …
asked Apr 12 '18 by Rubellite Yakṣī