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What are the implied meanings of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu?

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Asked by Pardeep kapoor, 15 Aug '09 12:09 am
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The ten Awatars are :
o .1 Matsya (The fish)
o .2 Kurma (The tortoise)
o .3 Varaha (The boar)
o .4 Narsinha/Nrusinha (The man-lion)
o .5 Vaman (The dwarf)
o .6 Parshuram
o .7 Rama
o .8 Krushna
o .9 Buddha ...more
Answered by DR DINESH SHARMA, 15 Aug '09 12:23 am

 
  
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The ten Awatars are :
o .1 Matsya (The fish)
o .2 Kurma (The tortoise)
o .3 Varaha (The boar)
o .4 Narsinha/Nrusinha (The man-lion)
o .5 Vaman (The dwarf)
o .6 Parshuram
o .7 Rama
o .8 Krushna
o .9 Buddha ...more
Answered by rajan, 03 Jul '13 09:18 am

 
  
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