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Si Vishnu (pagsayod: /ˈvɪʃn/ VISH-noo; Sanskrito: विष्णु Viṣṇu boot sabihon = the pervader (honoripiko: Bhagavan Vishnu) iyo an Supremong Diyos sa tradisyong Vaishnavite Hinduismo. An mga Smartang tagasunod nin Adi Shankara, siring kan iba, iyo sinasamba si Vishnu bilang saro sa mga limang pangenot na porma nin Diyos,[1] asin an saiyang katindogan bilang supremo iyo sinasabi sa mga sagradong tekstong Hindu siring kan Yajurveda, Rigveda asin an Bhagavad Gita.[2][3][4][5][6]

An Vishnu Sahasranama[7] iyo an nagsasabi na si Vishnu an Paramatma (supremong kalag) asin Parameshwara (supremong Diyos). Sinasabi man kaini na si Vishnu an Kagabosgaboseng essensiya nin gabos na linalang, an maestro nin nakalihis, ngunyan asin sa nuodma, an tagalikha asin tagapuho nin gabos na buhay, tagasuporta, tagapagpadanay asin tagapamahala nin Uniberso asin pinaggigikanan asin tagapag-uswag nin gabos na elementong napapalaog digdi.

Sa Puranas, si Vishnu iyo an may banal na kulor nin panganoron (madiklom na bughaw), may apat na kamot na kapot an lotus, mace, conch at chakra (ruweda). Si Vishnu iyo an nilaladawan sa Bhagavad Gita na may 'Pormang Pangyuniberso' (Vishvarupa) na dai kayang saboton nin mga tawo.[8]

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  1. The Sri Vaishnava Brahmans, K. Rangachari (1931)p. 2
  2. Albrecht Weber, Die Taittirîya-Saṃhitâ, Leipzig, Indische Studien 11-12, Brockhaus (1871, 1872) etext
  3. A. Berridale Keith, The Yajur Veda - Taittiriya Sanhita 1914, full text, (online at sacred-texts.com). For specific verse, see [Kanda V, verse 5.1. http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/yv/yv05.htm] "all the deities are Agni; the sacrifice is Visnu; verily he lays hold of the deities and the sacrifice; Agni is the lowest of the deities, Visnu the highest"
  4. Devi Chand, The Yajurveda. Sanskrit text with English translation. Third thoroughly revised and enlarged edition (1980).
  5. The Sanhitâ of the Black Yajur Veda with the Commentary of Mâdhava ‘Achârya, Calcutta (Bibl. Indica, 10 volumes, 1854-1899)
  6. Due to differences in recensions the verses of the Gita may be numbered in the full text of the Mahabharata as chapters 6.25 – 42. (see: Sastras studies) or as chapters 6.23-40 (The Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute (BORI) electronic edition. Electronic text (C) Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Pune, India, 1999.) According to the recension of the Gita commented on by Shankaracharya, the number of verses is 700, but there is evidence to show that old manuscripts had 745 verses.(Gambhiranda (1997), p. xvii.)
  7. Sri Vishnu Sahasaranama - Transliteration and Translation of Chanting
  8. Prabhupada, AC Bhaktivedanta. "Bhagavad-gita As It Is Chapter 11 Verse 3". vedabase.net. Retrieved 2008-05-10.  "..see the cosmic manifestation"