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Lord Harihara :- Harihara is the combined embodiment of two supreme de

Lord Harihara :- Harihara is the combined embodiment of two supreme de
Lord Harihara :- Harihara is the combined embodiment of two supreme deities of Hinduism. Hari stands for Vishnu and Hara stands for Shiva. Because of this fusion, Harihara is followed by both the followers of Vishnu and Shiva as the form of the supreme god. Harihara comes as a representation of Vishnu and Shiva as the one and the same, also showing the equivalence of all gods as the ultimate powers in the universe. The iconography of Harihara is split into two halves. One half represents Shiva holding the trishul, drum and a deer. The other half representing Vishnu has the conch shell and chakra.
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