Whenever the sage Narad disliked Lord Vishnu's approach to living in common solaces, he was harmed and sent his mate to nagkanyas. He personally chose to vanish in the Himalayan valley-whose pinnacles make for probably the most alluring indications of God's manifestations. The spot was covered with Badris or wild Chardham yatra by air berries and consequently was well known as Badri Van. The Lord Vishnu accepted a yogdhyani pose and for a long time thought at similar spot and took care of himself with wild berries. Laxmi on return found the sesha shayya void, she went to the Himalayas looking for the Lord and at last tracked down him in the midst of the badri in profound reflection. He addressed the Lord as Badrinath and mentioned him to surrender the yogdhyani stance to get back to his unique sringaric structure.