Vishnu, pictured above in his Anantasyayin form, lying in yoganidra, a deeply meditative state of consciousness induced by the Great Goddess, on his serpent Sheshanaga in the cosmic ocean, with Brahma issuing from his navel creating the universe. circa 1770 India, Mandi
Viṣṇu as Venkatachalapati, the ‘Lord of the Venkata Hill’ (i.e. Tirumala), with his two consorts Alarmelumangai (also known as Padmavati) and Śrī , all of whom stand on separate stepped pedestals. The richly clad and bejewelled god stands in samabhanga, carrying the chakra (discus) in his upper right hand and the shankha (conch) in his upper left. Company School, Thanjavur 1830.