Sa-Shangkha-Cakram Sa-Kiriitta-Kunnddalam Sa-Piita-Vastram Sarasiiruhe[a-Ii]kssannam |
Sa-Haara-Vakssas-Sthala-Shobhi-Kaustubham Namaami Vissnnum Shirasaa Catur-Bhujam ||
(Salutations to Sri Vishnu) Who is holding the Shankha (Conch) and Chakra (Discus) (on His Hands), and Who is adorned with (Shining) Diadem and Ear-Rings; (Whose Beautiful Form is decorated) with Yellow Garments and (Who is bestowing Grace with His) Lotus-like Eyes,
Whose Chest is adorned with a Garland with the (Radiant) Kaustubha Gem; (I look with wonder at the) Four-Armed Form of Sri Vishnu and Bow my Head before Him.
Lord Vishnu is one of the trinity and the protector of the world. He is depicted here to be standing with his vahana, Garuda, bowing down near his feet. He has four arms in one he holds sankha, or conch, in one he holds gadda, in other he holds his sudarshan chakra and in other he blesses his followers. So feel blessed by bringing home this statuette of the supreme lord.