Vasudev One who is at once both Vaasu and Deva. One who is born as the Son of Sri Vasudeva in the Jail of Kamsa, the Blue-Boy of Brindaavana. He is called Vaasu as He veils Himself with His own Maayaa; Deva means He who sports, wishes to conquer, conducts, shines, creates and moves. In the Udyoga Parva of Mahabharata, we read, Like the Sun with his rays I am covering (Deva) in all beings and hence, I am called Vaasudeva. Vishnupurana says, as He resides everywhere in and through all things, He is termed Vaasudevah. Al beings remain in the Supreme, and He in all being and hence, the Omnipresent is called the Vaasudeva. This Shila is also very rare and He has the markings of Shesha in the centre as if he is covering the Lord who is in the basket when carried away by Vasudev, the father of Lord krishna.
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