Harihara – the composite form of Hindu Gods Vishnu and Shiva.
Harihara is the composite form of Hindu Gods Vishnu, the preserver, and Shiva, the destroyer. The fusion of Vishnu and Shiva also signifies the belief that both are a part of supreme God, the ultimate reality, Brahman. It shows that they are different aspects of the same God. In Ramayan, Ram, and incarnation of Vishnu, worshipped Shiva at the seashore in Rameshwaram to seek blessings from Shiva to cross the ocean to reach Lanka. Shiva as well incarnated in Ramayan as Hanuman and was an ardent devotee of Ram. Thus, both Vishnu and Shiva worship each other, thereby depicting the unity an oneness.
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