Amar Chitra Katha tells the stories of the Protector in Tales of Vishnu. Summary of the Book Vishnu is one of the Trimurti, the Trinity of Hindu mythology. He is said to be the progenitor of Brahma himself, and that the Creator rose out of his navel. He is the Lord of Lakshmi, the rider of Garuda and the Four-Armed One. To save the world, he took on ten avatars, fighting off evil rakshasas to protect humanity. In this graphic novel, Amar Chitra Katha tells his most famous stories, showcasing how he descends upon earth to save his beloved devotees, no matter who they are. Called the wisest of the Trimurti, Vishnu the Protector is constantly watching the world as he rests upon the Eternal Serpent, Ananta. About Amar Chitra Katha Amar Chitra Katha is an Indian publishing house majorly known for its publication of graphic novels and comics about the Indian mythology. Several famous titles in these series are: The Mahabharata and Valmiki's Ramayana.
Vishnu, they say, is just one of a powerful threesome - the highest lords of the universe. However, though Brahma created the universe and Shiva can destroy it, it is up to the great god Vishnu to keep all creatures within well and happy. Always compassionate, he is also the wisest of the trio. It is he who good-naturedly sorts out the mess the others create and best of all, Vishnu always favors goodness and honesty.
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