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Who is God of Pushti marg? …

Who is God of Pushti marg?
Its been great confusion about the god of pushtimarg,that are

1]
Shree nathji is Shri Krishna or Vishnu?
I think its Shri Krishna........what do you say?
2]
Is Vishnu and Shri Krishna same?
Krishna is Nirgun and Vishnu is satvaguni,
so they can not be same.

what do you all think?

3]
As per "Shree SarvottamStotram",
"Prakurta dharmaana shreyam prakurt nikhil dharm roopmiti "

Our krishna is PURNA PURUSHOTTAMA or the sublime of all persons.He
is controller of all qualities (Guna Vigraha) and he is Nirgun.
Shri Krishna,He is above the nature or Prakruti and Nirgun.
Our Prabhu is nirgun and does not consist of panch mahabhut tatvas
(elements) viz.prithvi,jal,vayu, tej and aakash. But HE consistes of Anand
(Bliss) only.
Its known that Vishnu is satvagun pradhan and hence within the Prakruti

4]
"Krishnashraya"
Prakrutahsakala deva, ganitanandakam bruhat,Purnanado haristasmat, Krishna
eva gatirmama.

Again its only Shri Krishna,He is above the nature or Prakruti and Nirgun.
All rest are within the Prakruti and has gun like satva,rajas or tamas
gun, like in Brahma,Vishnu and Shiva.

5]

In "BALBODHA" shre Mahaprabhuji says
Nirdosh Purna Gunata Tatsahastre Tayoho Kruta Bhog Mokshfale Datuma Shaktau
Dwavapi Yadyapi (13)
Bhogaha Shiven Mokshtu Vishnuneti Vinischayaha Lokepi Yat Prabhurmukte
Tanna Yachhati Karhichita (14)

Translation
Being completely devoid of impurities and having all Devine attributes
SHIVA and VISHNU have been mentioned in their respective scriptures.
Although both of them are capable of giving the awards of worldly happiness
as well as salvation, shiva awards salvation and vishnu awards worldly
hapiness. Even in the world also, the master does not anytime give away
what he enjoys. (13,14)

SO as per above we should pray Shiva if we want worldly happiness and
Vishnu for salvation or moksha.
But as a Pushtimargi vaishnav,we do not want both of above because both are
not permanent.So if we want Permanent thing, that is happiness forever then only Shri Krishna can give it and no one else can give it.

6]
In " SIDDHANT MUKTAVALI "
Jagat Tu Trividham Prokatam Braham Vishnu Shivastataha Devate Rupavat
Prokata Brahamaniattham Harirmatah (10)

Translation
The universe (world) is said to be three fold. Hence Gods BRAHMA, VISHNU
AND SHIVA are known as deities (FOR each function). Similarly HARI SHREE
KRUSHNA is beleived to be in the abode of Supreme Spirit. (arenas!). (10)

So finally from all above ,what we have to understand?????????

What you all think?????

Who is the god of Pushtimarg?
Shri Krishna Or Vishnu?

Or both are same?

I request you to find the truth and throw more light to above.

Kindly email me,if you have to add more to above.

So finally from all above ,what we have to understand?????????

What you all think?????

Who is the god of Pushtimarg?
Shri Krishna Or Vishnu?

I request to you all vaishnav's please help me to find the truth and add your kowledge and views to it and throw more light to above.

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