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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