Vaishnavism is the branch of Hinduism in which Vishnu or one of his avatars is worshipped as the supreme God. Vishnu is one of the gods of the Vedic pantheon. The greatest philosophy associated with Vaishnavism is in the Bhagavad Gita.
Vishnu and Shiva are sometimes visualized as a single divinity named Harihara.
See Also: Shaivism
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