Definición de Vishnu en inglés:

Vishnu

Silabificación: Vish·nu
Pronunciación: /ˈviSHno͞o
 
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Hinduism
A god, originally a minor Vedic god, now regarded by his worshipers as the supreme deity and savior, by others as the preserver of the cosmos in a triad with Brahma and Shiva. Vishnu is considered by Hindus to have had nine earthly incarnations or avatars, including Rama, Krishna, and the historical Buddha; the tenth avatar will herald the end of the world.

Origen

from Sanskrit Viṣṇu.

Derivativos

Vishnuism

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Shivaism, Vishnuism and Saktiism had been the model for most of Khmer artifacts and stone sculptures.
  • Through the story the popular cult was accommodated in the legend of Krishna and thus in Vishnuism.
  • This perception of matter as being also divine has its roots in the Indian philosophy of Vishnuism which Iyengar follows: ‘In the philosophy of Vishnuism, nature and spirit both are eternal.’

Vishnuite

sustantivo & adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Many Vishnuite works are said to be revealed by iva who acts as an intermediary between us and higher spheres.
  • The Vishnuite Image of Sankarshan is found in the very heart of the Buddhist university of Nalada.
  • This piece of hand-painted cloth with natural pigments was hung behind the divinity and belonged to the Vishnuite sect know as the Pushtrimaga.

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