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ten avtaar of vishnu

i am nolagde for vishnus ten avtaar
1) Sanskrit:
मत्स्य) (Fish in
Sanskrit) was the first
Avatar of Vishnu in Hindu
According to the Matsya
Purana, the king of pre-
ancient Dravida and a
devotee of Vishnu,
Satyavrata who later was
known as Manu was
washing his hands in a river
when a little fish swam into
his hands and pleaded with
him to save its life. He put
it in a jar, which it soon
outgrew. He then moved it
to a tank, a river and then
finally the ocean but to no
avail. The fish then
revealed himself to be
Vishnu and told him that a
deluge would occur within
seven days that would
destroy all life. Therefore,
Satyavrata was instructed
to take "all medicinal
herbs, all the varieties of
seeds, and accompanied by
the seven saints”[1] along
with the serpent Vasuki
and other animals.
Matsya is generally
represented as a four-
armed figure with the
upper torso of a man and
the lower of a fish

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