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1000 Names of Lord Vishnu - Vishnu Sahastranama

Lord Maha Vishnu is the Supreme lord and is praised by chanting his 1000 names that are

Vishvam: He who is the universe, the virat-purusha
vishnuh: He who pervades everywhere
vashatkaarah: He who is invoked for oblations
bhoota-bhavya-bhavat-prabhuh: The Lord of past, present and future
bhoota-krit: The creator of all creatures
bhoota-bhrit: He who nourishes all creatures
bhaavo: He who becomes all moving and nonmoving things
bhootaatmaa: The aatman of all beings
bhoota-bhaavanah: The cause of the growth and birth of all creatures
pootaatmaa: He with an extremely pure essence
paramaatmaa: The Supersoul
muktaanaam paramaa gatih: The final goal, reached by liberated souls
avyayah: Without destruction
purushah: He who dwells in the city of nine gates
saakshee: The witness
kshetrajnah: The knower of the field
akshara: Indestructible
yogah: He who is realized through yoga
yoga-vidaam netaa: The guide of those who know yoga
pradhaana-purusheshvarah: Lord of pradhaana and purusha
naarasimha-vapuh: He whose form is man-lion
shreemaan: He who is always with shree
keshavah: He who has beautiful locks of hair
purushottamah: The Supreme Controllersarvah: He who is everything sharvas: The auspicious shivah: He who is eternally pure stanch: The pillar, the immovable truth bhootaadih: The cause of the five great elements nidhir-avyayah: The imperishable treasure sambhavah: He who descends of His own free will bhaavanah: He who gives everything to his devotees bhartaa: He who governs the entire living world prabhavah: The womb of the five great elements prabhuh: The Almighty Lord eeshvarah: He who can do anything without any help svayambhooh: He who manifests from Himself shambhuh: He who brings auspiciousness aadityah: The son of Aditi (Vaamana) pushkaraakshah: He who has eyes like the lotus Mahaasvanah: He who has a thundering voice anaadi-nidhanah: He without origin or end dhaataa: He who supports all fields of experience vidhaataa: The dispenser of fruits of action dhaaturuttamah: The subtlest atom aprameyah: He who cannot be perceived hrisheekeshah: The Lord of the senses padmanaabhah: He from whose navel comes the lotus amaraprabhuh: The Lord of the devas vishvakarmaa: The creator of the universe manuh: He who has manifested as the Vedic mantras tvashtaa: He who makes huge things small sthavishtah: The supremely gross sthaviro dhruvah: The ancient, motionless one agraahyah: He who is not perceived sensually shaashvatah: He who always remains the same krishno: He whose complexion is dark lohitaakshah: Red-eyed pratardanah: The Supreme destruction prabhootas: Ever-full trikakub-dhaama: The support of the three quarters pavitram: He who gives purity to the heart mangalam param: The Supreme auspiciousness eeshanah: The controller of the five great elements praanadah: He who gives life praano: He who ever lives jyeshthah: Older than all shreshthah: The most glorious prajaapatih: The Lord of all creatures hiranyagarbhah: He who dwells in the womb of the world bhoogarbhah: He who is the womb of the world maadhavah: Husband of Lakshmi madhusoodanah: Destroyer of the Madhu demon eeshvarah: The contoller vikramee: He who is full of prowess dhanvee: He who always has a divine bow medhaavee: Supremely intelligent vikramah: He who stepped (Vaamana) kramah: All-pervading anuttamah: Incomparably great duraadharshah: He who cannot be attacked successfully kritajnah: He who knows all that is kritih: He who rewards all our actions aatmavaan: The self in all beings sureshah: The Lord of the demigods sharanam: The refuge sharma: He who is Himself infinite bliss visva-retaah: The seed of the universe prajaa-bhavah: He from whom all praja comes ahah: He who is the nature of time samvatsarah: He from whom the concept of time comes vyaalah: The serpent (vyaalah) to athiests pratyayah: He whose nature is knowledge sarvadarshanah: All-seeing ajah: Unborn sarveshvarah: Controller of all siddhah: The most famous siddhih: He who gives moksha sarvaadih: The beginning of all achyutah: Infallible vrishaakapih: He who lifts the world to dharma ameyaatmaa: He who manifests in infinite varieties sarva-yoga-vinissritah: He who is free from all attachments vasuh: The support of all elements vasumanaah: He whose mind is supremely pure satyah: The truth samaatmaa: He who is the same in all sammitah: He who has been accepted by authorities samah: Equal amoghah: Ever useful pundareekaakshah: He who dwells in the heart vrishakarmaa: He whose every act is righteous vrishaakritih: The form of dharma rudrah: He who makes all people weep bahu-shiraah: He who has many heads babhrur: He who rules over all the worlds vishvayonih: The womb of the universe shuchi-shravaah: He who has beautiful, sacred names amritah: Immortal shaashvatah-sthaanur: Permanent and immovable varaaroho: The most glorious destination mahaatapaah: He of great tapas sarvagah: All-pervading sarvavid-bhaanuh: All-knowing and effulgent vishvaksenah: He against whom no army can stand janaardanah: He who gives joy to good people vedah: He who is the Vedas vedavid: The knower of the Vedas avyangah: Without imperfections vedaangah: He whose limbs are the Vedas vedavit: He who contemplates upon the Vedas kavih: The seer lokaadhyakshah: He who presides over all lokas suraadhyaksho: He who presides over all devas dharmaadhyakshah: He who presides over dharma krita-akritah: All that is created and not created chaturaatmaa: The four-fold self chaturvyoohah: Vasudeva, Sankarshan etc chaturdamstrah: He who has four canines (Nrsimha) chaturbhujah: Four-handed bhraajishnur: Self-effulgent consciousness bhojanam: He who is the sense-objects bhoktaa: The enjoyer sahishnuh: He who can suffer patiently jagadaadijah: Born at the beginning of the world anaghah: Sinless vijayah: Victorious jetaa: Ever-successful vishvayonih: He who incarnates because of the world 150) punarvasuh: He who lives repeatedly in different bodies upendrah: The younger brother of Indra (vaamana) vaamanah: He with a dwarf body praamshuh: He with a huge body amoghah: He whose acts are for a great purpose shuchih: He who is spotlessly clean oorjitah: He who has infinite vitality ateendrah: He who surpasses Indra samgrahah: He who holds everything together sargah: He who creates the world from Himself dhritaatmaa: Established in Himself niyamo: The appointing authority yamah: The administrator vedyah: That which is to be known vaidyah: The Supreme doctor sadaa-yogee: Always in yoga veerahaa: He who destroys the mighty heroes maadhavo: The Lord of all knowledge madhuh: Sweet ateendriyo: Beyond the sense organs mahaamayo: The Supreme Master of all Maayaa mahotsaaho: The great enthusiast mahaabalah: He who has supreme strength mahaabuddhir: He who has supreme intelligence mahaa-veeryah: The supreme essence mahaa-shaktih: All-powerful mahaa-dyutih: Greatly luminous anirdeshya-vapuh: He whose form is indescribable shreemaan: He who is always courted by glories ameyaatmaa: He whose essence is immeasurable mahaadri-dhrik: He who supports the great mountain maheshvaasah: He who wields shaarnga maheebhartaa: The husband of mother earth shreenivaasah: The permanent abode of Shree sataam gatih: The goal for all virtuous people aniruddhah: He who cannot be obstructed suraanando: He who gives out happiness govindah: The protector of the cows govidaam-patih: The Lord of all men of wisdom mareechih: Effulgence damanah: He who controls rakshasas hamsah: The swan suparnah: Beautiful-winged (Two birds analogy) bhujagottamah: The serpent Ananta hiranyanaabhah: He who has a golden navel sutapaah: He who has glorious tapas padmanaabhah: He whose navel is like a lotus prajaapatih: He from whom all creatures emerge amrityuh: He who knows no death sarva-drik: The seer of everything simhah: He who destroys simhah: He who destroys sandhaataa: The regulator sandhimaan: He who seems to be conditioned sthirah: Steady ajah: He who takes the form of Aja, Brahma durmarshanah: He who cannot be vanquished shaastaa: He who rules over the universe visrutaatmaa: He who is called atma in the Vedas suraarihaa: Destroyer of the enemies of the devas guruh: The teacher gurutamah: The greatest teacher dhaama: The goal satyah: He who is Himself the truth satya-paraakramah: Dynamic Truth nimishah: He who has closed eyes in contemplation animishah: He who remains unwinking; ever knowing sragvee: He who always wears a garland of undecaying flowers vaachaspatir-udaara-dheeh: He who is eloquent in championing the Supreme law of life; He with a large-hearted intelligence agraneeh: He who guides us to the peak graamaneeh: He who leads the flock shreemaan: The possessor of light, effulgence, glory nyaayah: Justice netaa: The leader sameeranah: He who sufficiently administers all movements of all living creatures sahasra-moordhaa: He who has endless heads vishvaatmaa: The soul of the universe sahasraakshah: Thousands of eyes sahasrapaat: Thousand-footed aavartanah: The unseen dynamism nivritaatmaa: The soul retreated from matter samvritah: He who is vieled from the jiva sam-pramardanah: He who persecutes evil men ahassamvartakah: He who thrills the day and makes it function vigorously vahnih: Fire anilah: Air dharaneedharah: He who supports the earth suprasaadah: Fully satisfied prasanaatmaa: Ever pure and all-blissful self vishva-dhrik: Supporter of the world vishvabhuk: He who enjoys all experiences vibhuh: He who manifests in endless forms satkartaa: He who adores good and wise people satkritah: He who is adored by all good people saadhur: He who lives by the righteous codes jahnuh: Leader of men naaraayanah: He who resides on the waters narah: The guide asankhyeyah: He who has numberlesss names and forms aprameyaatmaa: A soul not known through the pramanas vishishtah: He who transcends all in His glory shishta-krit: The law-maker shuchih: He who is pure siddhaarthah: He who has all arthas siddhasankalpah: He who gets all He wishes for siddhidah: The giver of benedictions siddhisaadhanah: The power behind our sadhana vrishaahee: Controller of all actions vrishabhah: He who showers all dharmas vishnuh: Long-striding vrishaparvaa: The ladder leading to dharma (As well as dharma itself) vrishodarah: He from whose belly life showers forth vardhanah: The nurturer and nourisher vardhamaanah: He who can grow into any dimension viviktah: Separate shruti-saagarah: The ocean for all scripture subhujah: He who has graceful arms durdurdharah: He who cannot be known by great yogis 267) vaagmee: He who is eloquent in speech mahendrah: The lord of Indra vasudah: He who gives all wealth vasuh: He who is Wealth naika-roopo: He who has unlimited forms brihad-roopah: Vast, of infinite dimensions shipivishtah: The presiding deity of the sun prakaashanah: He who illuminates ojas-tejo-dyutidharah: The possessor of vitality, effulgence and beauty prakaashaatmaa: The effulgent self prataapanah: Thermal energy; one who heats riddhah: Full of prosperity spashtaaksharo: One who is indicated by OM mantrah: The nature of the Vedic mantras chandraamshuh: The rays of the moon bhaaskara-dyutih: The effulgence of the sun amritaamsoodbhavo: The moon who gives flavor to vegetables bhaanuh: Self-effulgent shashabindhuh: The moon who has a rabbit-like spot 286) sureshvarah: A person of extreme charity aushadham: Medicine jagatas-setuh: A bridge across the material energy satya-dharma-paraakramah: One who champions heroically for truth and righteousness bhoota-bhavya-bhavan-naathah: The Lord of past, present and future pavanah: The air that fills the universe paavanah: He who gives life-sustaining power to air analah: Fire kaamahaa: He who destroys all desires kaamakrit: He who fulfills all desires kaantah: He who is of enchanting form kaamah: The beloved kaamapradah: He who supplies desired objects prabhuh: The Lord yugaadi-krit: The creator of the yugas yugaavartah The law behind time naikamaayah: He whose forms are endless and varied 303) mahaashanah: He who eats up everything adrishyah: Imperceptible vyaktaroopah: He who is perceptible to the yogi sahasrajit: He who vanquishes thousands anantajit: Ever-victorious ishtah: He who is invoked through Vedic rituals visishtah: The noblest and most sacred sishteshtah: The greatest beloved shikhandee: He who wears a peacock feather nahushah: He who binds all with maya vrishah: He who is dharma krodhahaa: He who destroys anger krodhakrit-kartaa: He who generates anger against the lower tendency visvabaahuh: He whose hand is in everything maheedharah: The support of the earth achyutah: He who undergoes no changes prathitah: He who exists pervading all praanah: The prana in all living creatures praanadah: He who gives prana vaasavaanujah: The brother of Indra apaam-nidhih: Treasure of waters (the ocean) adhishthaanam: The substratum of the entire universe apramattah: He who never makes a wrong judgement 326) pratishthitah: He who has no cause skandah: He whose glory is expressed through Subrahmanya skanda-dharah: Upholder of withering righteousness dhuryah: Who carries out creation etc without hitch varadah: He who fulfills boons vaayuvaahanah: Controller of winds vaasudevah: Dwelling in all creatures although not affected by that condition brihat-bhaanuh: He who illumines the world with the rays of the sun and moon aadidevah: The primary source of everything purandarah: Destroyer of cities ashokah: He who has no sorrow taaranah: He who enables others to cross taarah: He who saves shoorah: The valiant shaurih: He who incarnated in the dynasty of Shoora janeshvarah: The Lord of the people anukoolah: Well-wisher of everyone sataavarttah: He who takes infinite forms padmee: He who holds a lotus padmanibhekshanah: Lotus-eyed padmanaabhah: He who has a lotus-navel aravindaakshah: He who has eyes as beautiful as the lotus padmagarbhah: He who is being meditated upon in the lotus of the heart shareerabhrit: He who sustains all bodies maharddhi: One who has great prosperity riddhah: He who has expanded Himself as the universe Vriddhaatmaa: The ancient self mahaakshah: The great-eyed garudadhvajah: One who has Garuda on His flag atulah: Incomparable sharabhah: One who dwells and shines forth through the bodies bheemah: The terrible samayajnah: One whose worship is nothing more than keeping an equal vision of the mind by the devotee havirharih: The receiver of all oblation sarva-lakshana-lakshanyah: Known through all proofs lakshmeevaan: The consort of Laksmi samitinjayah: Ever-victorious viksharah: Imperishable rohitah: The fish incarnation maargah: The path hetuh: The cause daamodarah: Whose stomach is marked with three lines sahah: All-enduring maheedharah: The bearer of the earth mahaabhaago: He who gets the greatest share in every Yajna vegavaan: He who is swift amitaashanah: Of endless appetite udbhavah: The originator kshobhanah: The agitator devah: He who revels shreegarbhah: He in whom are all glories parameshvarah: The Supreme Lord karanam: The instrument kaaranam: The cause kartaa: The doer vikartaa: Creator of the endless varieties that make up the universe gahanah: The unknowable guhah: He who dwells in the cave of the heart vyavasaayah: Resolute vyavasthaanah: The substratum samsthaanah: The ultimate authority sthaanadah: He who confers the right abode dhruvah: The changeless in the midst of changes pararddhih: He who has supreme manifestations paramaspashtah: The extremely vivid tushtah: One who is contented with a very simple offering pushtah: One who is ever-full shubhekshanah: All-auspicious gaze raamah: One who is most handsome viraamah: The abode of perfect-rest virajo: Passionless maargah: The path neyah: The guide nayah: One who leads anayah: One who has no leader veerah: The valiant shaktimataam-shresthah: The best among the powerful dharmah: The law of being dharmaviduttamah: The highest among men of realization vaikunthah: One who prevents men from straying on wrong paths purushah: One who dwells in all bodies praanah: Life praanadah: Giver of life pranavah: He who is praised by the gods prituh: The expanded hiranyagarbhah: The creator shatrughnah: The destroyer of enemies vyaaptah: The pervader vaayuh: The air adhokshajah: One whose vitality never flows downwards rituh: The seasons sudarshanah: He whose meeting is auspicious kaalah: He who judges and punishes beings parameshthee: One who is readily available for experience within the heart parigrahah: The receiver ugrah: The terrible samvatsarah: The year dakshah: The smart vishraamah: The resting place vishva-dakshinah: The most skilful and efficient vistaarah: The extension sthaavarah-sthaanuh: The firm and motionless pramaanam: The proof beejamavyayam: The Immutable Seed arthah: He who is worshiped by all anarthah: One to whom there is nothing yet to be fulfilled mahaakoshah: He who has got around him great sheaths mahaabhogah: He who is of the nature of enjoyment mahaadhanah: He who is supremely rich anirvinnah: He who has no discontent sthavishthah: One who is supremely huge a-bhooh: One who has no birth dharma-yoopah: The post to which all dharma is tied mahaa-makhah: The great sacrificer nakshatranemir: The nave of the stars nakshatree: The Lord of the stars (the moon) kshamah: He who is supremely efficient in all undertakings kshaamah: He who ever remains without any scarcity sameehanah: One whose desires are auspicious yajnah: One who is of the nature of yajna ijyah: He who is fit to be invoked through yajna mahejyah: One who is to be most worshiped kratuh: The animal-sacrifice satram: Protector of the good sataam-gatih: Refuge of the good sarvadarshee: All-knower vimuktaatmaa: The ever-liberated self sarvajno: Omniscient jnaanamuttamam: The Supreme Knowledge suvratah: He who ever-performing the pure vow sumukhah: One who has a charming face sookshmah: The subtlest sughoshah: Of auspicious sound sukhadah: Giver of happiness suhrit: Friend of all creatures manoharah: The stealer of the mind jita-krodhah: One who has conquered anger veerabaahur: Having mighty arms vidaaranah: One who splits asunder svaapanah: One who puts people to sleep svavashah: He who has everything under His control vyaapee: All-pervading naikaatmaa: Many souled naikakarmakrit: One who does many actions vatsarah: The abode vatsalah: The supremely affectionate vatsee: The father ratnagarbhah: The jewel-wombed dhaneshvarah: The Lord of wealth dharmagub: One who protects dharma dharmakrit: One who acts according to dharma dharmee: The supporter of dharma sat: existence asat: illusion ksharam: He who appears to perish aksharam: Imperishable avijnaataa: The non-knower (The knower being the conditioned soul within the body) sahasraamshur: The thousand-rayed vidhaataa: All supporter kritalakshanah: One who is famous for His qualities gabhastinemih: The hub of the universal wheel sattvasthah: Situated in sattva simhah: The lion bhoota-maheshvarah: The great lord of beings aadidevah: The first deity mahaadevah: The great deity deveshah: The Lord of all devas devabhrit-guruh: Advisor of Indra uttarah: He who lifts us from the ocean of samsara gopatih: The shepherd goptaa: The protector jnaanagamyah: One who is experienced through pure knowledge puraatanah: He who was even before time shareera-bhootabhrit: One who nourishes the nature from which the bodies came bhoktaa: The enjoyer kapeendrah: Lord of the monkeys (Rama) bhooridakshinah: He who gives away large gifts somapah: One who takes Soma in the yajnas amritapah: One who drinks the nectar somah: One who as the moon nourishes plants purujit: One who has conquered numerous enemies purusattamah: The greatest of the great vinayah: He who humiliates those who are unrighteous jayah: The victorious satyasandhah: Of truthful resolution daashaarhah: One who was born in the Dasarha race saatvataam-patih: The Lord of the Satvatas jeevah: One who functions as the ksetrajna vinayitaa-saakshee: The witness of modesty mukundah: The giver of liberation amitavikramah: Of immeasurable prowess ambho-nidhir: The substratum of the four types of beings anantaatmaa: The infinite self mahodadhishayah: One who rests on the great ocean antakah: The death ajah: Unborn mahaarhah: One who deserves the highest worship svaabhaavyah: Ever rooted in the nature of His own self jitaamitrah: One who has conquered all enemies pramodanah: Ever-blissful aanandah: A mass of pure bliss nandanah: One who makes others blissful nandah: Free from all worldly pleasures satyadharmaa: One who has in Himself all true dharmas trivikramah: One who took three steps maharshih kapilaachaaryah: He who incarnated as Kapila, the great sage kritajnah: The knower of the creation medineepatih: The Lord of the earth tripadah: One who has taken three steps tridashaadhyaksho: The Lord of the three states of consciousness mahaashringah: Great-horned (Matsya) kritaantakrit: Destroyer of the creation mahaavaraaho: The great boar govindah: One who is known through Vedanta sushenah: He who has a charming army kanakaangadee: Wearer of bright-as-gold armlets guhyo: The mysterious gabheerah: The unfathomable gahano: Impenetrable guptah: The well-concealed chakra-gadaadharah: Bearer of the disc and mace vedhaah: Creator of the universe svaangah: One with well-proportioned limbs ajitah: Vanquished by none krishnah: Dark-complexioned dridhah: The firm sankarshanochyutah: He who absorbs the whole creation into His nature and never falls away from that nature varunah: One who sets on the horizon (Sun) vaarunah: The son of Varuna (Vasistha or Agastya) vrikshah: The tree pushkaraakshah: Lotus eyed mahaamanaah: Great-minded bhagavaan: One who possesses six opulences bhagahaa: One who destroys the six opulences during pralaya aanandee: One who gives delight vanamaalee: One who wears a garland of forest flowers halaayudhah: One who has a plough as His weapon aadityah: Son of Aditi jyotiraadityah: The resplendence of the sun sahishnuh: One who calmly endures duality gatisattamah: The ultimate refuge for all devotees sudhanvaa: One who has Shaarnga khanda-parashur: One who holds an axe daarunah: Merciless towards the unrighteous dravinapradah: One who lavishly gives wealth divah-sprik: Sky-reaching sarvadrik-vyaaso: One who creates many men of wisdom vaachaspatir-ayonijah: One who is the master of all vidyas and who is unborn through a womb trisaamaa: One who is glorified by Devas, Vratas and Saamans saamagah: The singer of the sama songs saama: The Sama Veda nirvaanam: All-bliss bheshajam: Medicine bhishak: Physician samnyaasa-krit: Institutor of sannyasa samah: Calm shaantah: Peaceful within nishthaa: Abode of all beings shaantih: One whose very nature is peace paraayanam: The way to liberation shubhaangah: One who has the most beautiful form shaantidah: Giver of peace shrashtaa: Creator of all beings kumudah: He who delights in the earth kuvaleshayah: He who reclines in the waters gohitah: One who does welfare for cows gopatih: Husband of the earth goptaa: Protector of the universe vrishabhaaksho: One whose eyes rain fulfilment of desires vrishapriyah: One who delights in dharma anivartee: One who never retreats nivrittaatmaa: One who is fully restrained from all sense indulgences samksheptaa: The involver kshemakrit: Doer of good shivah: Auspiciousness shreevatsa-vakshaah: One who has sreevatsa on His chest shrevaasah: Abode of Sree shreepatih: Lord of Laksmi shreemataam varah: The best among glorious shreedah: Giver of opulence shreeshah: The Lord of Sree shreenivaasah: One who dwells in the good people shreenidhih: The treasure of Sree shreevibhaavanah: Distributor of Sree shreedharah: Holder of Sree shreekarah: One who gives Sree shreyah: Liberation shreemaan: Possessor of Sree loka-trayaashrayah: Shelter of the three worlds svakshah: Beautiful-eyed svangah: Beautiful-limbed shataanandah: Of infinite varieties and joys nandih: Infinite bliss jyotir-ganeshvarah: Lord of the luminaries in the cosmos vijitaatmaa: One who has conquered the sense organs vidheyaatmaa: One who is ever available for the devotees to command in love sat-keertih: One of pure fame chinnasamshayah: One whose doubts are ever at rest udeernah: The great transcendent sarvatah-chakshuh: One who has eyes everywhere aneeshah: One who has none to Lord over Him shaashvata-sthirah: One who is eternal and stable bhooshayah: One who rested on the ocean shore (Rama) bhooshanah: One who adorns the world bhootih: One who is pure existence vishokah: Sorrowless shoka-naashanah: Destroyer of sorrows archishmaan: The effulgent architah: One who is constantly worshipped by His devotees kumbhah: The pot within whom everything is contained vishuddhaatmaa: One who has the purest soul vishodhanah: The great purifier anniruddhah: He who is invincible by any enemy apratirathah: One who has no enemies to threaten Him pradyumnah: Very rich amitavikramah: Of immeasurable prowess kaalanemi-nihaa: Slayer of Kalanemi veerah: The heroic victor shauri: One who always has invincible prowess shoora-janeshvarah: Lord of the valiant trilokaatmaa: The self of the three worlds trilokeshah: The Lord of the three worlds keshavah: One whose rays illumine the cosmos keshihaa: Killer of Kesi harih: The destroyer kaamadevah: The beloved Lord kaamapaalah: The fulfiller of desires kaamee: One who has fulfilled all His desires kaantah: Of enchanting form kritaagamah: The author of the agama scriptures anirdeshya-vapuh: Of Indescribable form vishnuh: All-pervading veerah: The courageous anantah: Endless dhananjayah: One who gained wealth through conquest brahmanyah: Protector of Brahman (anything related to Narayana) brahmakrit: One who acts in Brahman brahmaa: Creator brahma: Biggest brahma-vivardhanah: One who increases the Brahman brahmavid: One who knows Brahman braahmanah: One who has realised Brahman brahmee: One who is with Brahma brahmajno: One who knows the nature of Brahman braahmana-priyah: Dear to the brahmanas mahaakramo: Of great step mahaakarmaa: One who performs great deeds mahaatejaah: One of great resplendence mahoragah: The great serpent mahaakratuh: The great sacrifice mahaayajvaa: One who performed great yajnas mahaayajnah: The great yajna mahaahavih: The great offering stavyah: One who is the object of all praise stavapriyah: One who is invoked through prayer stotram: The hymn stutih: The act of praise stotaa: One who adores or praises ranapriyah: Lover of battles poornah: The complete poorayitaa: The fulfiller punyah: The truly holy punya-keertir: Of Holy fame anaamayah: One who has no diseases manojavah: Swift as the mind teerthakaro: The teacher of the tirthas vasuretaah: He whose essence is golden vasupradah: The free-giver of wealth vasupradah: The giver of salvation, the greatest wealth vaasudevo: The son of Vasudeva vasuh: The refuge for all vasumanaah: One who is attentive to everything havih: The oblation sadgatih: The goal of good people satkritih: One who is full of Good actions satta: One without a second sadbhootih: One who has rich glories satparaayanah: The Supreme goal for the good shoorasenah: One who has heroic and valiant armies yadu-shresthah: The best among the Yadava clan sannivaasah: The abode of the good suyaamunah: One who attended by the people who dwell on the banks of Yamuna bhootaavaaso: The dwelling place of the elements vaasudevah: One who envelops the world with Maya sarvaasunilayah: The abode of all life energies analah: One of unlimited wealth, power and glory darpahaa: The destroyer of pride in evil-minded people darpadah: One who creates pride, or an urge to be the best, among the righteous driptah: One whio is drunk with Infinite bliss durdharah: The object of contemplation athaaparaajitah: The unvanquished vishvamoortih: Of the form of the entire Universe mahaamortir: The great form deeptamoortir: Of resplendent form a-moortirmaan: Having no form anekamoortih: Multi-formed avyaktah: Unmanifeset shatamoortih: Of many forms shataananah: Many-faced ekah: The one naikah: The many savah: The nature of the sacrifice kah: One who is of the nature of bliss kim: What (the one to be inquired into) yat: Which tat: That padam-anuttamam: The unequalled state of perfection lokabandhur: Friend of the world lokanaathah: Lord of the world maadhavah: Born in the family of Madhu bhaktavatsalah: One who loves His devotees suvarna-varnah: Golden-coloured hemaangah: One who has limbs of gold varaangah: With beautiful limbs chandanaangadee: One who has attractive armlets veerahaa: Destroyer of valiant heroes vishama: Unequalled shoonyah: The void ghritaaseeh: One who has no need for good wishes acalah: Non-moving chalah: Moving amaanee: Without false vanity maanadah: One who causes, by His maya, false identification with the body maanyah: One who is to be honoured lokasvaamee: Lord of the universe trilokadhrik: One who is the support of all the three worlds sumedhaa: One who has pure intelligence medhajah: Born out of sacrifices dhanyah: Fortunate satyamedhah: One whose intelligence never fails dharaadharah: The sole support of the earth tejovrisho: One who showers radiance dyutidharah: One who bears an effulgent form sarva-shastra-bhritaam-varah: The best among those who wield weapons pragrahah: Receiver of worship nigrahah: The killer vyagrah: One who is ever engaged in fulfilling the devotee’s desires naikashringah: One who has many horns gadaagrajah: One who is invoked through mantra chaturmoortih: Four-formed chaturbaahuh: Four-handed chaturvyoohah: One who expresses Himself as the dynamic centre in the four vyoohas chaturgatih: The ultimate goal of all four varnas and asramas chaturaatmaa: Clear-minded chaturbhaavas: The source of the four chatur-vedavid: Knower of all four vedas ekapaat: One-footed (BG 10.42) samaavartah: The efficient turner nivrittaatmaa: One whose mind is turned away from sense indulgence durjayah: The invincible duratikramah: One who is difficult to be disobeyed durlabhah: One who obtained with effort durgamah: One who is realised with great effort durgah: Not easy to storm into duraavaasah: Not easy to lodge duraarihaa: Slayer of the asuras shubhaangah: One with enchanting limbs lokasaarangah: One who understands the universe sutantuh: Beautifully expanded tantu-vardhanah: One who sustains the continuity of the drive for the family indrakarmaa: One who always performs gloriously auspicious actions mahaakarmaa: One who accomplishes great acts kritakarmaa: One who has fulfilled his acts kritaagamah: Author of the Vedas udbhavah: The ultimate source sundarah: Of unrivalled beauty sundah: Of great mercy ratna-naabhah: Of beautiful navel sulochanah: One who has the most enchanting eyes arkah: One who is in the form of the sun vaajasanah: The giver of food shringee: The horned one jayantah: The conqueror of all enemies sarvavij-jayee: One who is at once omniscient and victorious suvarna-binduh: With limbs radiant like gold akshobhyah: One who is ever unruffled sarva-vaageeshvareshvarah: Lord of the Lord of speech mahaahradah: One who is like a great refreshing swimming pool mahaagartah: The great chasm mahaabhootah: The great being mahaanidhih: The great abode kumudah: One who gladdens the earth kundarah: The one who lifted the earth kundah: One who is as attractive as Kunda flowers parjanyah: He who is similar to rain-bearing clouds paavanah: One who ever purifies anilah: One who never slips amritaashah: One whose desires are never fruitless amritavapuh: He whose form is immortal sarvajna: Omniscient sarvato-mukhah: One who has His face turned everywhere sulabhah: One who is readily available suvratah: One who has taken the most auspicious forms siddhah: One who is perfection shatrujit: One who is ever victorious over His hosts of enemies shatrutaapanah: The scorcher of enemies nyagrodhah: The one who veils Himself with Maya udumbarah: Nourishment of all living creatures ashvattas: Tree of life chaanooraandhra-nishoodanah: The slayer of Canura sahasraarchih: He who has thousands of rays saptajihvah: He who expresses himself as the seven tongues of fire (Types of agni) saptaidhaah: The seven effulgences in the flames saptavaahanah: One who has a vehicle of seven horses (sun) amoortih: Formless anaghah: Sinless acintyo: Inconceivable bhayakrit: Giver of fear bhayanaashanah: Destroyer of fear anuh: The subtlest brihat: The greatest krishah: Delicate, lean sthoolah: One who is the fattest gunabhrit: One who supports nirgunah: Without any properties mahaan: The mighty adhritah: Without support svadhritah: Self-supported svaasyah: One who has an effulgent face praagvamshah: One who has the most ancient ancestry vamshavardhanah: He who multiplies His family of descendents bhaarabhrit: One who carries the load of the universe kathitah: One who is glorified in all scriptures yogee: One who can be realised through yoga yogeeshah: The king of yogis sarvakaamadah: One who fulfils all desires of true devotees aashramah: Haven shramanah: One who persecutes the worldly people kshaamah: One who destroys everything suparnah: The golden leaf (Vedas) BG 15.1 vaayuvaahanah: The mover of the winds dhanurdharah: The wielder of the bow dhanurvedah: One who declared the science of archery dandah: One who punishes the wicked damayitaa: The controller damah: Beautitude in the self aparaajitah: One who cannot be defeated sarvasahah: One who carries the entire Universe aniyantaa: One who has no controller niyamah: One who is not under anyone’s laws ayamah: One who knows no death sattvavaan: One who is full of exploits and courage saattvikah: One who is full of sattvic qualities satyah: Truth satya-dharma-paraayanah: One who is the very abode of truth and dharma abhipraayah: One who is faced by all seekers marching to the infinite priyaarhah: One who deserves all our love arhah: One who deserves to be worshiped priyakrit: One who is ever-obliging in fulfilling our wishes preetivardhanah: One who increases joy in the devotee’s heart vihaayasa-gatih: One who travels in space jyotih: Self-effulgent suruchih: Whose desire manifests as the universe hutabhuk: One who enjoys all that is offered in yajna vibhuh: All-pervading ravih: One who dries up everything virochanah: One who shines in different forms sooryah: The one source from where everything is born savitaa: The one who brings forth the Universe from Himself ravilochanah: One whose eye is the sun anantah: Endless hutabhuk: One who accepts oblations bhoktaaA: One who enjoys sukhadah: Giver of bliss to those who are liberated naikajah: One who is born many times agrajah: The first-born anirvinnah: One who feels no disappointment sadaamarshee: One who forgives the trespasses of His devotees lokaadhishthaanam: The substratum of the universe adbhutah: Wonderful sanaat: The beginningless and endless factor sanaatanatamah: The most ancient kapilah: The great sage Kapila kapih: One who drinks water apyayah: The one in whom the universe merges svastidah: Giver of Svasti svastikrit: One who robs all auspiciousness svasti: One who is the source of all auspiciouness svastibhuk: One who constantly enjoys auspiciousness svastidakshinah: Distributor of auspiciousness araudrah: One who has no negative emotions or urges kundalee: One who wears shark earrings chakree: Holder of the chakra vikramee: The most daring oorjita-shaasanah: One who commands with His hand shabdaatigah: One who transcends all words shabdasahah: One who allows Himself to be invoked by Vedic declarations shishirah: The cold season, winter sharvaree-karah: Creator of darkness akroorah: Never cruel peshalah: One who is supremely soft dakshah: Prompt dakshinah: The most liberal kshaminaam-varah: One who has the greatest amount of patience with sinners vidvattamah: One who has the greatest wisdom veetabhayah: One with no fear punya-shravana-keertanah: The hearing of whose glory causes holiness to grow uttaaranah: One who lifts us out of the ocean of change dushkritihaa: Destroyer of bad actions punyah: Supremely pure duh-svapna-naashanah: One who destroys all bad dreams veerahaa: One who ends the passage from womb to womb rakshanah: Protector of the universe santah: One who is expressed through saintly men jeevanah: The life spark in all creatures paryavasthitah: One who dwells everywhere anantaroopah: One of infinite forms anantashreeh: Full of infinite glories jitamanyuh: One who has no anger bhayapahah: One who destroys all fears chaturashrah: One who deals squarely gabheeraatmaa: Too deep to be fathomed vidishah: One who is unique in His giving vyaadishah: One who is unique in His commanding power dishah: One who advises and gives knowledge anaadih: One who is the first cause bhoor-bhuvo: The substratum of the earth lakshmeeh: The glory of the universe suveerah: One who moves through various ways ruchiraangadah: One who wears resplendent shoulder caps jananah: He who delivers all living creatures jana-janmaadir: The cause of the birth of all creatures bheemah: Terrible form bheema-paraakramah: One whose prowess is fearful to His enemies aadhaaranilayah: The fundamental sustainer adhaataa: Above whom there is no other to command pushpahaasah: He who shines like an opening flower prajaagarah: Ever-awakened oordhvagah: One who is on top of everything satpathaachaarah: One who walks the path of truth praanadah: Giver of life pranavah: Omkara panah: The supreme universal manager pramaanam: He whose form is the Vedas praananilayah: He in whom all prana is established praanibhrit: He who rules over all pranas praanajeevanah: He who maintains the life-breath in all living creatures tattvam: The reality tattvavit: One who has realised the reality ekaatmaa: The one self janma-mrityu-jaraatigah: One who knows no birth, death or old age in Himself bhoor-bhuvah svas-taruh: The tree of bhur, bhuvah and svah taarah: One who helps all to cross over savitaa: The father of all prapitaamahah: The father of the father of beings (Brahma) yajnah: One whose very nature is yajna yajnapatih: The Lord of all yajnas yajvaa: The one who performs yajna yajnaangah: One whose limbs are the things employed in yajna yajnavaahanah: One who fulfils yajnas in complete yajnabhrid: The ruler of the yajanas yajnakrit: One who performs yajna yajnee: Enjoyer of yajnas yajnabhuk: Receiver of all that is offered yajnasaadhanah: One who fulfils all yajnas yajnaantakrit: One who performs the concluding act of the yajna yajnaguhyam: The person to be realised by yajna annam: One who is food annaadah: One who eats the food aatmayonih: The uncaused cause svayamjaatah: Self-born vaikhaanah: The one who cut through the earth saamagaayanah: One who sings the sama songs devakee-nandanah: Son of Devaki srashtaa: Creator kshiteeshah: The Lord of the earth paapa-naashanah: Destroyer of sin samkha-bhrit: One who has the divine Pancajanya nandakee: One who holds the Nandaka sword chakree: Carrier of Sudarsana shaarnga-dhanvaa: One who aims His shaarnga bow gadaadharah: Carrier of Kaumodakee club rathaanga-paanih: One who has the wheel of a chariot as His weapon akshobhyah: One who cannot be annoyed by anyone sarva-praharanaayudhah: He who has all implements for all kinds of assault and fight punarvasuh: He who lives repeatedly in different bod vaagmee: He who is eloquent in speech sureshvarah: A person of extreme charity mahaashanah: He who eats up everything Some Pendants / Malas at Astroshastra represnting Lord Vishnu

- : Lakshmi Narayan Pendant
- : Tri Shakti Pendant
- : Power Pendant 4
- : Power Pendant 6
- : Surya Narayan Mala
- : Navgrah Kanth Siddh Rosary
- : Dhyan Kanth Siddh Rosary
- : Indrakshi Mala
- : Siddh Durga Mala

The rosary of five mukhi beads with 10 faced in centre should be taken in hands. Thereafter the following mantra should be recited 108 times then it should be worn. This should be worn in neck.



Ten Mukhi Rudraksh (Nepal Bead)
INR:4200   USD:68.85
10- mukhi Indonasion Beads
INR:900   USD:14.75
In Nepal Beads  In Indonesian Beads
10M pendant INR:4350   USD:71.31
Silver Pendant
 10M pendant INR:1050   USD:17.21
Silver Pendant
10M pendant INR:9200   USD:150.82
Gold Pendant
 10M pendant INR:7400   USD:121.31
Gold Pendant
10M pendant INR:4400   USD:72.13
5 Mukhi Bracelet
 10M pendant INR:1100   USD:18.03
5 Mukhi Bracelet
10M pendant INR:4550   USD:74.59
Crystal Bracelet
 10M pendant INR:1250   USD:20.49
Crystal Bracelet
10M pendant INR:4900   USD:80.33
5 Mukhi Rosary
 10M pendant INR:1600   USD:26.23
5 Mukhi Rosary
10M pendant INR:4900   USD:80.33
Rudra Lingam
 10M pendant INR:1250   USD:20.49
Rudra Lingam
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