Vaikunta (sanskrit वैकुंठ) or Paramapadham is the abode of Lord Vishnu. For other meanings see Vishnu (disambiguation. Vishnu ( IAST viṣṇu Devanagari विष्णु (honorific For other meanings see Vishnu (disambiguation. Vishnu ( IAST viṣṇu Devanagari विष्णु (honorific It is the place of eternal bliss, exclusive to the Lord, his eternal consort Lakshmi, and the three-folded serpent Sesha Naga, upon whom the Lord and his wife rest. Lakshmi or Mahalakshmi (pronunciation; Sanskrit: लक्ष्मी lakṣmī) is the Hindu Goddess of Wealth In Hindu ( Vedic) tradition Shesha (Śeṣa in IAST transliteration Devanagari: शेष is the king of all nagas, one of the primal
It is also the name of a three headed Image of Lord Vishnu, where one head is a Lion Head (Narasimha-Avatara) one (the central) is human and one is the head of a boar (Varaha-Avatara).
Periyalvar, Andal, Thirumalisai Alvar, Thiruppaan Alvar, Thirumangai Alvar, Poigai Alvar, Peyalvar, Nammalvar have done Mangalasasanam on perumal in Vaikunta with 34 Paasurams (hymns). One of the Alvars, he was born in a brahmin family in Srivilliputhur, near Madurai in the 6th to 9th century CE and was named vishnuchittar meaning "one who has Aandaal (ஆண்டாள் is a 10th century Tamil saint and one of the twelve Alvars (saints and the only woman Alvar of Vaishnavism. Thirumalisai Alvar is a tamil mendicant-saint revered in the Srivaishnavism school of south india probably between the 4th to 8th century CE Thiruppaan Alvar is one of the 12 Alvars. He was born in an untouchable community but as a result of his devotion towards Sriman Narayanan, he was listed among The Alvars (ஆழ்வார்கள் (aːɻʋaːr ‘those immersed in god’ were Tamil poet saints of south India who lived between sixth and ninth centuries and espoused Poigai Alvar was one of the twelve Alvars and was a Hindu saint Payalvar was one of the twelve Alvars and was a Hindu saint He belonged to the Vaishnavite (worshiper of Vishnu) faith Nammalvar (also Nammaazhvaar, Nammazhvar, Nammaalvaar, Nammalwar) was one of the twelve Alvars, well-known for his many hymns The Alvars during the early medieval period of Tamil history (between the seventh and the tenth centuries CE worshipped Vishnu and his Avatars through their