In Indian and Hindu mythology, Sesha is a naga (serpent). His massive form floats coiled in space, (alternative; on the universal ocean), to form the bed on which Vishnu lies. He is one of the primal beings of creation, and is closely associated with Vishnu.
Balarama, elder brother of Krishna, is sometimes said to be an incarnation of Sesha.
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