If Krishna is a one, Vishnu is a ten. As a result, Vishnu's might is 10 times more than Krishna's. As a result, Lord Krishna and MahaVishnu have unfathomable power. However, we can say that Krishna is the most loved of all gods in India while it is Vishnu who is revered everywhere else in the world.
Vishnu's (Hindu god) Powers: Vishnu has greater powers than any other Hindu god. He possesses superhuman strength (Class 100+), stamina, and resilience to injury, as well as great capacity to control energy on cosmic proportions. These qualities make him able to withstand attacks from some of the most powerful beings in the universe without flinching.
Some examples of his power include killing thousands of Asuras (anti-god demons) with a single glance of his eye, lifting mountains with his arm, and stretching his body across the cosmos.
Vishnu is also immortal. No matter how many times he is killed, he will always come back to life. This fact makes him immune to death.
In addition to these powers, Vishnu has access to all knowledge and ability. He is therefore considered the greatest deity and the ruler of all gods.
Krishna is the most well-known because he was a "Poorna Avatar," also known as a "Sampoorna Kala Sampann." He has been referred to as the "Poorna Avatar," the "Complete Avatar," and the "Sampoorna Kala Sampann (Full Manifestation)." because he had 16 kalas, or maifestation digits As a result, he was a complete incarnation of Vishnu. His appearance was such that he could be identified by his childhood friend Balarama alone, even though all of Krishna's other friends were adults like Balarama at the time.
He had an extensive past life history, including many previous births as various deities, humans, animals, etc.
His love for the gopis, or female cowherd followers, led to the creation of several dances, or lassos, as it were, which still exist today in India. The most famous of these is the Gopalastambham, or dance to celebrate Krishna's birthday, which takes place every year on April 12th at around 3:00 a.m. This dance is held in hundreds of places across India and includes people singing, dancing, and playing musical instruments to express their love for Krishna.
Another reason why Krishna is popular is because he was responsible for bringing about the end of the war between the Devas, or gods, and the Asuras, or demons. To accomplish this task, he used his divine powers to destroy both armies. Finally, he achieved victory over his enemies by killing their leader, Malayka.
Lord Krishna is Lord Vishnu's avatar (incarnation) and holds all of Lord Vishnu's abilities. If you study the Mahabharata, you will discover that his deeds at various points in time demonstrated that he was the incarnation of Vishnu. As a deity, he has assumed numerous roopas at various eras.
In the beginning of the book, when King Pandu wants to know who will be the heir to the throne, he asks everyone present except for Bhishma, who is asleep. Then Krishna arrives as a young boy with his nursemaid and father's sword stuck in the ground. He tells the king that since he is incapable of killing even a bird, he cannot be the ruler of the kingdom. However, if Pandu wishes, he will become the leader because he is able to kill the enemy army that has been sent against him. After hearing this from Krishna, the king realizes that since he is not capable of killing even a bird, he cannot be the ruler of the kingdom. However, since it is said that he is able to kill the enemy army, he decides to make himself available for battle instead.
Later on in the story, after the death of Pandu, his son Yudhisthira is crowned as the new king. During one of the ceremonies held after the coronation, Krishna appears before Yudhisthira again and promises him victory in battle if he fights against evil.
Krishna doesn't require whatever we have to offer him. Similarly, Krishna does not require anything. In every aspect, he is self-sufficient. But the Lord's most attractive and amazing feature is that he is bhaktavatsala. He loves his devotees very much. He wants to help them in any way he can.
As a king, Krishna was involved in many activities including warfare and diplomacy. As a youth, he played with other children of Vrindavan just like other kids did. However, unlike other children, his playful antics would turn into arguments which would end up in fights which would eventually lead to victories for Krishna over his opponents in these games.
As an adult, Krishna continued to fight battles for the welfare of others. Even after becoming the supreme deity, Vishnu, he still manages to save people from their problems!
Krishna can do anything because he is God. But since he has chosen to be human too, he also suffers from all human conditions such as sickness, old age, and even death. However, despite living in this world, he continues to inspire love in everyone he meets.
Krishna is an incarnation of Vishnu who has come to earth to restore peace and happiness to humanity.
Because they were incarnations of Sheshnaga in his human form and held practically the same attributes of heart and body—be it intense fury, display of force, tremendous love for Ram and Krishna in their respective circumstances, and so on—they both had similar powers and gallantry. It cannot be said that one was more powerful than another.
Ram was worshipped throughout India as a deity who could deliver people from all kinds of problems and difficulties if they prayed to him sincerely. This made him all-powerful as far as common men are concerned. But because Krishna was also an incarnation of Sheshnaga and had many powers of his own, he was not considered less than or equal to Ram. They both ruled over at least part of India at different times in history and were both highly revered by millions of people.
It is difficult to say which of them was more powerful because each one had their own set of qualities that made them exceptional. It can only be said that they were both extremely popular and influential among the people who found relief from their problems in prayer and worship.