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A brief note about Kurmavatara of Lord Vishnu please?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 15 Jan '13 11:56 am
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Lord Vishnu incarnated himself as the Kurma ( the Tortoise) in order to support the mount Mandara which started sinking during the churning of the ocean (Samudramathana), The gods and the demons had jointly undertaken this adventure to get Amrta (nectar) from the ocean.
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Lord Vishnu incarnated himself as the Kurma ( the Tortoise) in order to support the mount Mandara which started sinking during the churning of the ocean (Samudramathana), The gods and the demons had jointly undertaken this adventure to get Amrta (nectar) from the ocean.
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Lord Vishnu incarnated himself as the Kurma ( the Tortoise) in order to support the mount Mandara which started sinking during the churning of the ocean (Samudramathana), The gods and the demons had jointly undertaken this adventure to get Amrta (nectar) from the ocean
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Lord Vishnu incarnated himself as the Kurma ( the Tortoise) in order to support the mount Mandara which started sinking during the churning of the ocean (Samudramathana), The gods and the demons had jointly undertaken this adventure to get Amrta (nectar) from the ocean.
Answered by Quest, 15 Jan '13 01:05 pm

 
  
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In Hindu mythology the Devas are the Demigods, minor deities. They reside in heaven. Indra is the King of Devas. Once, Asuras, the Demons, were creating a lot of havoc and making life very difficult for the Gods. Gods were unable to bear the behavior of Asuras any more.So they approach Lord Vishnu for a solution. He decides to help them out.

Lord Vishnu suggested that the best way out of this mess is for Gods to secure the nectar of immortalityThis was not going to be an easy task by means. They would have to strive for it. More importantly, He said that they cant do this on their ownIt is a huge task and hence they need to get the help of the Asuras. To get the nectar of immortality they need to put certain herbal medicines into the ocean of milk (this ocean is in heaven). Then they have to use Mount Mandara as a churning stick and serpent Vasuki (king of all serpents) as the rope. With the help of Asuras, Mount Mandara and Vasuki they need to churn the ocean. After a lot of churni ...more
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