(Last Updated on : 23-04-2015)
In the Hindu mythology Lord Vishnu
is represented as a god who is outstandingly handsome with perfect features and a smiling and caring facial expression. He is presented as a Maharaja wearing gold ornaments.
Lord Vishnu wears an auspicious jewel round his neck known as Kaustabha. Kaustabha is a precious ornament which was produced at the churning of the ocean. Kaustabha burns and glows lustrously. The Lord also wears gold ornaments like earrings, bracelets, necklaces and a striking crown.
The image of Lord Vishnu is known as Sri Vigraha. He has deep blue skin and has four hands and carries the Shankha or conch, Chakra or discus, Gada or mace and Padma or lotus.
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