The Lord Vishnu temples with their religiosity and serenity bring out the age-old concept of Vaishnavism.
Lord Vishnu is the preserver God of the trinity or trimurti, has four hands. Reckoned as the preserver of the universe Vishnu is basically the eternal, unchangeable and immutable illustrating the very traditional concept of Hinduism `Omnipresence of the Omnipotent`.
Lord Vishnus preserving and protecting powers have been evidenced to the world in a variety of forms, called Avatars. Numbers of temples are there in India to offer puja to Lord Vishnu in His varied form. Some of the important Lord Vishnu temples in India are:
Thousand Pillar Temple situated in Warangle, Lakshmi Narayan Temple in New Delhi, Cave Temple at Badami. Guruvayoor Temple at Trichur, Tirubhalla Temple at Alapuzha, Badrinath Temple in Badrinath, Vithala Temples in hampi, Sri Mahalasa Temple at Mangueshu, Lakshmi Narayan Temple in Chamba, Deogarh Temple in Gwalior, Thirunavaya Temple in Malappuram, Thirunelli Temple in Wayanad, Ananta Vasudeva Temple in Bhubaneshwar, Sas Bahu Temple in Udaipur, Ulahalanda Perumal Temple in Kanchipuram, Parthasarathy Temple in Chennai, Varadaraja Temple in Chennai, Ananthapura Lake Temple in Kasaragod, Ranchhodraiji Dakor in Ahmedabad, Hayagriva Temple in Guwahati, Ananthasana Temple in Udupi, Keerthinarayana Temple in Mysore, Jagan Mohini Keshava Swami Temple in Rajahmundry, Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram, Kubara Perumal Temple in Tiruvannamalai.