As per the Hindu mythology, Lord Vishnu Ji is considered as the maintainer of this world or Lok. Lord Vishnu symbolizes the all pervading protective aspect of the Supreme God, Brahman. However, according to Hindu mythology, Lord Vishnu has reincarnated on this earth from time to time, to destroy the evil in the world. The four arms indicate Lords omnipresence and omnipotence. The right side of the body represents the creative activities of the mind and the intellect. The left side symbolizes the activities of the heart, that is, love and kindness. Lord Vishnu is also called Nilameghashyamalan who possesses a complexion of the colour of the dark clouds. As it is said that opposites attract, so in the same way Lord Vishnus outer appearance is dark while he is associated with the santha gunam, bringing light and peace to the world. He rests on the ocean on his bed of Adisesha, serpent with 1,000 heads. Any time Lord Vishnu sees great trouble, he takes an avatar to rescue the people from evils. He is merciful, ever rushing to serve his devotees. We offer Vishnu Puja on various occasions as guided by the Pandit Ji.