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  • Anish (Supreme)
  • Achintya (Incomprehensible, beyond understanding, also interpreted as remover of all worries from devotees)
  • Achyutha (infallible)
  • Akshaj (synonym for Lord Vishnu)
  • Amar (immortal, deathless, son of Aum)
  • Ananta (endless, eternal, infinite)
  • Anirudha (the one that cannot be stopped)
  • Balaji (another name of Vishnu)
  • Damodara (having a rope (dama) around his belly (udara): a name of Krishna)
  • Govinda (protector of the cows & Brahmins; master of the senses: a name of Krishna)
  • Hari (one who takes away)
  • Hayagriva (Horse-necked)
  • Jagannatha (Owner/Ruler of the world/universe)
  • Janardana (One who is worshiped by people for Wealth)
  • Keshava (slayer of Keshi, having long or much or handsome hair, from Atharvaveda viii, 6, 23)
  • Krishna (born during the third epoch or yuga, his deeds range from cow protection (go rakshya) to absolving the earth of load of sins)
  • Madhava (relating to the season of spring)
  • Madhusudana (he who destroyed the demon called Madhu-Kaitabh)
  • Narayana (said to mean "he who is the abode of nar (= ether)", i.e., the whole universe's shelter. Also means "The supreme Man who is the foundation of all men". Another meaning is "He who lays in the water".
  • Padmanabha (lotus-naveled one, from whose navel sprang the lotus which contained Brahma, who created the universe)
  • Parthasarathy (Charioteer of Arjuna/Partha)
  • Perumal Name he is known in Tamil
  • ThirumaalName he is known in Tamil
  • Maalavan Name he is known in Tamil
  • Purushottama – The Supreme Eternal Being
  • Ram (born during the second epoch or Yuga, his deeds primarily established the ideal living principles for a man)
  • Hrishikesh (Lord of the senses or Lord within the heart; "hri" root meaning the heart)
  • Satyanarayana (a combination of satya and Narayana meaning 'protector of truth')
  • Shikhandee: He who wears a peacock feather.
  • Suryanarayan (the one who destroys the evil/sins and who comforts us) described in Vishnu kautuvam.
  • Sridhara (consort of Sri = Laxmi or Ultimate wealth)
  • Sriman (the pride of Shri or Lakshmi); Often Sriman is combined with the name, Narayana, to form a compound word, Sriman Narayana.
  • Srinivasa (the abode of Shri) (also specifically referring to his form in the temple at Tirupati). Also the form of Vishnu at Tirupati is well known as Venkateswara.
  • Trivikrama (Conqueror of the three worlds, as in Vamana avatara).
  • Vishal (Immense, The Unstoppable One).
  • Vamana (dwarfish, small or short in stature, a dwarf brahmana)
  • Vasudeva ( "All-Pervading god", with the long vowel A; it also means "the son of Vasudeva", i.e. Krishna)
  • Shree-esh (One who has Shree or Lakshmi as his consort / Husband of Goddess Lakshmi).
  • Guruvayurappan Lord of Guruvayur (Temple made by Guru (Brihaspati) & Vayu deva)
  • Jagannath is the south eastern name of Vishnu. The word juggernaut has its origin from this name of Vishnu (The Jagannatha temple is in Puri, Orissa where every year there is a festival in which huge chariots are drawn through the city. These chariots are the vahana (vehicle) for the 3 main gods of this temple – Jagannatha, Balabhadra (Jagannath's brother) and Subhadra (Jagannatha's sister). Hundreds of men are needed to pull each of these chariots. When they start moving, they keep moving and are difficult to stop. That is the idea behind the word juggernaut which means something huge that cannot be stopped.)
  • Sohama means the most intelligent, it is strongest form of Vishnu with a thousand brains and hands

According to the Siddhartha-samhita there are twenty-four forms of Lord Vishnu. The twenty-four forms are

  1. Vasudeva
  2. Sankarshana
  3. Pradyumna
  4. Anirudha
  5. Keshava
  6. Narayana
  1. Madhava
  2. Govinda
  3. Vishnu
  4. Madhusudana
  5. Trivikrama
  6. Vamana
  1. Sridhara
  2. Hrishikesha
  3. Padmanabha
  4. Damodara
  5. Purushottama
  6. Achyutha
  1. Nrisimha
  2. Janardana
  3. Hari
  4. Krishna
  5. Adhokshaja
  6. Upendra

Sourish comes from the Indian word which means, "Lord Vishnu


Vishnu has a very large number of names and followers that are collected in the Vishnu sahasranama ("Vishnu's thousand names") from within the larger work Mahabharata. The character Bhishma recites the names before Krishna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra, praising him (Vishnu) as the supreme god. These Sahasranama are regarded as the essence of all Vedas by followers of Vaishnavism, who believe sincere chanting of Vishnu Sahasranama results in spiritual well-being and a greater awareness of God.

The names are generally derived from the anantakalyanagunas (meaning: infinite auspicious attributes).

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Don't u feel srj is become more muscular?
He luked hot today:)

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Originally posted by sami44

Don't u feel srj is become more muscular?
He luked hot today:)


LOL...imagine him as arnold...ROFL


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