In Hindu art and cosmology, Varaha is typically depicted as a boar-headed figure with a strong body and multiple arms holding various weapons and objects. He's often depicted carrying the goddess Earth, who is portrayed as a small figure standing on one of his tusks.
Varaha fought Hiranyaksha for a thousand years before defeating him and rescuing the Earth. The story is significant as it emphasizes Vishnu's role in protecting and preserving the universe. Hiranyaksha, the demon, was a symbol of greed and wickedness, and Varaha's victory over him represents the triumph of good over evil.
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