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Many Hindus argue that without Vishnu, the universe would fall into complete disarray, which undoubtedly renders him the most powerful given the world as we know it relies on his authority. 
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Vishnu's preservation of the balance of good and evil and the power that comes with this are truly communicated through his various depictions, be it what he holds in his hands or the other beings with which he is shown.

As one of the most popular deities within Hinduism, and also one of the most powerful, Vishnu represents many different aspects of Hindu beliefs. He is known as the Preserver, tasked with overseeing the balance of the world and ensuring that evil is kept at bay.

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With over one thousand different names, many earthly avatars, and multiple different depictions throughout the ancient texts and art, Vishnu is central to the practice of Hinduism and its history. Though interpretations of Vishnu have evolved over time, his popularity today is testament to the notion that he is an immensely powerful deity.
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The reason that Shaivites (those who predominantly worship Shiva) make a strong case for their deity is that he possesses the powers of both creation and destruction. Though he is mostly known as the Destroyer, it is Shiva’s responsibility to recreate the universe once he has destroyed it. 
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Often considered as one of the most important and prolific gods of Hinduism, Shiva symbolised and is symbolised in many ways. His main role within the triumvirate of Hindu gods is the Destroyer, and yet with the power of creation also tucked up one of his multiple sleeves, it is no wonder that he takes different forms and patronises many different aspects of Hindu life.
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