So there is a general assumption that, having been called as Brahmachari, he could not have married. There is also the general rule, according to Puranas, that Vishnu is never separated from His consort, Vishnu, even in His Avatars.
And this is rare. None of the Avatars of Vishnu is listed as an Aditya. There is also some reference in later texts there were three Vamana Avatars! I am reproducing the information below.
Kerala was a part of Tamil kingdom in Lemuria and Lemurians were referred to as the Southerners,Dravida and were reported to be in Patala,down the earth. The territories we call as south east Asia Australia were in the south. One must remember that the landmass of the earth was different then. Lemuria and MU territories encompassed these areas. Ramayana and Sumerian texts state that Lemurians lived there. Shiva,who predates Sanatana Dharma was in the south. Shiva's trishul marks are found as Nazca lines in Peru. The Incas,Mayas were the descendants of the Tamils.
Vishnu Suktham again describes the principle of Vishnu. Sketchy description of Vishnu in Human form is found in the Puranas, especially in the Vishnu Purana, Dhuruva Stuthi describes Vishnu's Form, but does not provide details about His Ornaments and marks . Gopala Uttara Tapini Upanishad( 75-78) has the first reference to Lord Vishnu's Form. 'His feet bear the auspicious signs of a celestial standard, a royal parasol. His chest is adorned by srivatsa locks of hair, the brilliantly shining kaustubha gem and rows of forest-flower garlands (vanamala). His four hands hold shankha (conch), chakra (discus), gada (mace) and padma (lotus).
They are, Each of the twelve Vyuhantara is identified with a month and is revered as masa-devatha (lord of the month).And; collectively they are identified with the year. Each of the twelve Vyuhantara is identified with a month and is revered as masa-devatha (lord of the month). And; collectively they are identified with the year. Vishnu here represents the Kaala Purusha