Vaikuntha usually denotes the eternal abode of Vishnu, often designated as a mystical realm beyond the physical realms of space and time. Ramanuja declares it to be an "eternal heavenly realm", the "divine imperishable world that is God's abode". In early Hindu scriptures it was also often a name of Vishnu.

All the worlds revere Vaikuntha. All the people who reside in Vaikuntha have a form like Vaikuntha. They are not driven by any material aspirations, but worship Hari because of dharma.

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The original and illustrious Purusha is there and he can be approached through the use of words.
  • Preservation represents the triumph of the one in Vaikuntha, while sustenance results from his favours.
  • He will be extremely fortunate and great-souled. He will be great in his sentiments and will be the greatest of the great. Through his increased devotion, when he gives up this life, he will enter Vaikuntha and find bliss there.
  • O god! There are those who drink the nectar of your account. Their store of devotion is extensive. They obtain the comprehension that is the essence of non-attachment. They swiftly obtain their place in Vaikuntha.
  • Sanaka and the others were my sons through my mental powers and were born before you. Without any desires, they travel through the sky and go to all the worlds and the residents there. They once went to Vaikuntha, where the illustrious one with the unblemished atman resides. All the worlds revere Vaikuntha. All the people who reside in Vaikuntha have a form like Vaikuntha. They are not driven by any material aspirations, but worship Hari because of dharma. The original and illustrious Purusha is there and he can be approached through the use of words. He accepts the pure form of sattva and the foremost confers happiness on us, his devotees.
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