I noticed that my three main characters, Sarita, Karun and Jaz, formed a trinity just like Vishnu, Shiva, and Devi.
This is to denote that the tree has been devoted to a demon; and sometimes to Vishnu or the Kattregam dewol.
And Brahma gave to this word the name, "Vishnu," that is to say, "he who preserves."
And then that everlasting God, Vishnu, gave it away unto Indra.
Thus the Vishnu Swamis of the world have invested the subject with some confusion.
In India he appears to be connected with Vishnu rather than Śiva.
It is safe to say that the Nambūtiris are Shaivas, but not to the exclusion of Vishnu.
While Vishnu reigns, all goes on well; rain descends in good season, the harvests are abundant, and the cattle thrive.
They are said to be two parts of an Āsura who was cut in two by Vishnu.
Vishnu told him it was a favour not easily obtained; that he would however grant his request.
name of a principal Hindu deity, 1630s, from Sanskrit Vishnu, probably from root vish- and meaning "all-pervader" or "worker."