Names of Lord Vishnu (Mythological Names)

  • AdiseshLord Vishnu - Different Names
  • Adinath 
  • Ajitesh 
  • Akshaj 
  • Bhudhav 
  • Bhuvanesh 
  • Chakradev 
  • Chakradhar 
  • Chhatrabhuj 
  • Eha 
  • Eka 
  • Ekana 
  • Evyavan 
  • Hemang 
  • Hiranya 
  • Hrishikesh 
  • Ijay 
  • Indivar 
  • Inesh 
  • Ish 
  • Jagannath 
  • Jaipal 
  • Janardan 
  • Jina 
  • Kumud 
  • Kunda 
  • Liladhar 
  • Lohitaksh 
  • Loknath 
  • Madhuban 
  • Mahakram 
  • Mahatru 
  • Mahendra 
  • Namdev 
  • Narayan 
  • Narottam 
  • Nityanta 
  • Padmesh 
  • Parmesh 
  • Pitambar 
  • Pramodan 
  • Purshottam 
  • Rakshan 
  • Ram 
  • Ratnabhu 
  • Ratnanidhi 
  • Samarendra 
  • Samarendu 
  • Samarjit 
  • Satindra 
  • Shridhar 
  • Shrinath 
  • Shripad 
  • Shripal 
  • Shripati 
  • Shriram 
  • Shriranga 
  • Shrivatsa 
  • Shriyans 
  • Sourish 
  • Taran 
  • Tirthankar 
  • Trilokesh 
  • Trinabh 
  • Uchadev 
  • Udarathi 
  • Uddiran 
  • Upendra 
  • Utpalaksh 
  • Vaikhan 
  • Varadraj 
  • Varish 
  • Vatsin 
  • Vedatman 
  • Vidhu 
  • Vikramin 
  • Viksar 
  • Vikunth 
  • Virochan 
  • Vishatan 
  • Vishnahpu 
  • Vishnu 
  • Vishodhan 
  • Vishvadhar 
  • Vishvahetu 
  • Vishvanabh 
  • Vitthal 
  • Yajnadhar 
  • Yajnesh 
  • Yamahil

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