Kurma

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Kurma is a Hinduism avatar. Hindus believe that Vishnu, an important god of Hinduism, had several avatars, and the second important avatar is called the Kurma avatar. In this avatar, Vishnu took the form of a kurma. Kurma is a Sanskrit language word that means a tortoise. As a kurma, Vishnu is the symbol of strength and stability.