Jaya and Vijaya are the Dwarapalakulu for Lord Vishnu’s abode (Vaikuntam). Bhagawad Gita puranala anusaranga the Four Kumaras who are also the manasputras of Brahma (sons born from the mind or thought power of Brahma), Sanaka, Sanandana, Sanatana, and Sanatkumara visited Vaikuntam to see Lord Vishnu. Jaya and Vijaya yokka tapassu phalitanga ee naluguru kumarulu chinna pillala laaga kanpistharu despite being of great age. Chinna pillalu ani ankoni vaallani lopalaki vellanivvaru. Vaallaki samadhananga Vishnumurthy pavalistunnaru ani cheptharu.
This enrages the kumaras and they replied Jaya and Vijaya that Vishnumurthy ki thana bhaktulani kalvaniki and aasishulu ivvaniki ellapudu time untadi ani. Ivanni cheppaka they curse both the keepers Jaya and Vijaya, that they would have to give up their divinity, be born as mortals on Earth (bhuloka, or physical plane), and live like normal human beings. Ee samayamlo Lord Vishnu vaalla mundu pratyakshamavutharu. Dwarapalakulu thama meeda unna shapanni tolaginchamani vedukuntaru. Aa shapanni tolaginchaleru ani antu Vishnu murthy vaalliddarki 2 options istharu.
The first option is to take seven births on Earth as a devotee of Vishnu, while the second is to take three births as his enemy. After serving either of these sentences, they can re-attain their stature at Vaikuntha and be with him permanently. 7 janmalaku Vishnu murthy ki dooraga undatam aa iddari valla kaka 2nd option choose cheskuntaru.
In the first life they were born as Hiranyakashipu and Hiranyaksha in the Krita Yuga, to Diti (daughter of Daksha Prajapathi) and sage Kashyapa who were killed by Vishnu taking the form of Varaha, a boar and Narasimha,a man-lion in the Satya Yuga.
In their second life they were born as Ravana and Kumbhakarna and were killed by Vishnu who descended as Rama in the Treta Yuga. And in their third life as Shishupala and Dantavakra who were killed by Vishnu who descended as Krishna in the Dwapara Yuga.