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We upgrading our system while you send it via Google Drive. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Each name eulogizes one of His countless great attributes. The Vishnu Sahasranama has been the subject of numerous commentaries.
8th century which has been particularly influential for many schools of Hinduism even today. All matter animate and inanimate reside in him, and he in turn resides within all matter. It is said that the one who reads this Vishnu Sahasranamam everyday with full devotion, achieves name, fame, wealth and knowledge in his life. Interestingly, despite the existence of other sahasranamas of other forms of God, referring a sahasranama as “The Sahasranama,” generally refers to the Vishnu Sahasranama alone, thereby indicating its wide popularity and use. Shiva and the deity Vishnu are the same. Parasara Bhattar had interpreted Shiva to mean a quality of Vishnu, such as “One who bestows auspiciousness. Shiva in particular, describes Vishnu as an aspect of Shiva in the fifth anuvaka.
In the light of this statement of non-difference between Shiva and Vishnu, it is Vishnu Himself Who Is exalted by the praise and worship of Shiva. Vishnu and Shiva are viewed as one and the same God, being different aspects of preservation and destruction respectively. As many Sanskrit words have multiple meanings, it is possible that both Vishnu and Shiva share names in this instance, e. Shiva” and “Rudra” in Vishnu sahasranama to mean qualities or attributes of Vishnu, and not to indicate that Vishnu and Shiva are one and the same God.
God is pure and thus devoid of form. Additionally, they believe that God is not limited by time nor limited by shape and color. Vishnu Sahasranama are considered the two eyes of spiritual revelation. In other Vaishnava traditions too, the Vishnu Sahasranama is considered an important text.