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English: Vishnu (Sanskrit:विष्णु) is one of the primary deities of Hinduism.
- English: Vishnu seated upon the serpent Shesha, Cave 3, Badami Cave Temples, Karnataka, circa 6th Century CE, rock-cut sandstone sculpted in situ. Shesha is considered as both a servant and manifestation of Vishnu.
The Avatars of Vishnu
English: The Dashavatara are the ten major avatars of Vishnu.
English: Matsya is the first of the ten primary avatars of Vishnu, taking the form of a giant fish, or of a human torso joined to the tail of a fish.
English: Taking the form of a turtle Kurma, is the second Avatar of Vishnu.