Lord Brahma – Hindu God of Creation

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Hindu Gods, the creator of gods and divine beings and guardians of humankind. Hindu deities represent many aspects of the human psyche and human history.

Hindu gods are a very important part of Indian mythology and spirituality. There are many aspects of the mythology of Hinduism that have an impact on the lives of Hindu people. Some of the gods are mentioned in the mythology of India, like Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, and Krishna.

Other Hindu gods are less known and are very famous. These are the ones which are associated with the gods of the Hindus in their daily lives. Brahma is the LordLord of the universe, creation and man. Vishnu is the creator of humankind and the personification of the universe.

Shiva is the God of death and destruction and has many incarnations as the protector of woman. There is also the God of snakes, Yama, and the God of rain and winds. Lakshmi is the God of wealth and prosperity. Raslila is the God of knowledge.

If you are looking for a god to worship, then one of the most popular is Krishna. He is the landlord of the universe and is represented by Brahma’s avatar. Many followers of Hinduism believe that he is the creator god and are often found at the top of the Hindu pantheon.

There are many more popular gods, such as Kali, Durga, Varun, and Astaroth. These are just some of the ones that are known., who travels around the world and provides light and knowledge to those who follow him.

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The third most popular God is Goddess Lakshmi. She is also known as the goddess of beauty and the ocean. She is the mother of the gods and all the universe.

The fourth most popular God is Goddess Vishnu. He is the landlord of all the gods, and he is associated with the ocean. He is the one who gave his son to Brahma.

These are just some of the Hindu gods that are very popular. And have very strong connections to Hinduism.

A single entity created all the gods of the Hindu pantheon. This being known as the God or Goddess.

The Hindu religion is different from the Christian, Muslim and Buddhist faiths in many ways, but one of the major differences is that Hindu Gods is worshipped.

For example, Hindu gods do not come from a physical form as do the gods of other religions, but they have attributes that are similar to other gods such as compassion, love and forgiveness.

Most of the time, Hindu gods are represented with human attributes such as the ability to speak or walk upright, and they are not the only ones who can come from humans.

The God Brahma is believed to be the father of all living things on Earth, and he is often depicted as a warrior, as well. Similarly, Lord Krishna was often a fighter, and his divine strength has been shown as well.

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Different groups of people have different beliefs. For example, some Hindus believe that Lord Brahma was a god, but was then born into this world by a demon.

This demon became the God Vishnu, so Lord Brahma is often worshipped as a creator god. Many gods are said to have been born to help people and to bring good luck. These include such Hindu Gods as Ganesha, Siva and Vishnu.

Hindu Gods are also worshipped in different religions. Hinduism, in particular, believes that the Hindu gods exist inside all people who believe in them. Some Hindu temples also have statues of these Hindu Gods and are dedicated to them.

Hindus also believe that all Hindu deities are completely separated from each other in every aspect of life, and they do not intermix at all.

These different beliefs make it difficult to decide exactly who is worshiped. Some scholars believe that all people in Hinduism are honored because God Shiva is the supreme deity. Others believe that all people are worshiped because the Hindu gods exist within the Hindu soul as the true essence of their God.

Although many Hindu gods are believed to be equally good and worshiped by most Hindus, there is a debate going on as to which God is worshiped more by Hindu society. Each Hindu believes their own God to be better than the other, so there is no single person or group that worships all of them.

Hindu worship involves many different rituals. Many of these rituals are performed daily, and they affect other elements. For example, in a Hindu ceremony, the priest performs various yoga poses, which can be practiced while a piece of cloth is laid on the head of God.

Then a lot of rice wine is poured over the fabric, and then the priest chants hymns over the head of the cloth and a pot of water is poured over it, and this helps in cleansing the God of any evil.

A god is worshiped with a prayer to him by offering offerings made to him and by dedicating a temple to his service. There are many temples to worship Hindu gods in the Indian subcontinent, and each God is represented by a temple dedicated to him.

All the Gods of the Hindu pantheon have been associated with different aspects of life in other parts of the world. They have been said to be different in form and function. But all share a common purpose.

These Gods are believed to be responsible for the creation of the entire world and universe and are said to protect us from the evil forces and allow us to progress into higher levels of existence. If you would like to learn more about Hinduism, then you can visit my website listed below.

Lord Brahma – Hindu God of Creation

Bramha, the god of creation, is one of the best powerful god in Hinduism and is the personification of Supreme Soul. Hence, the chief of the individual souls.

However, he is sometimes thought to be the self created one. Nevertheless, his main job as one of the equals of the Hindu Triad is appropriately enough to create and keep creation going on.

A legend has it that Bramha, long before Shiva and Vishnu were born, created the universe and then the living beings. However another legend says that this four headed grand fatherly god was born of the thou­sand petalled lotus beautifully stemmed from the navel of Narayana, the Lord of water – when he was sleeping sound on his enormous snake bed called Ananta Shaiya.

Originally Bramha had only one head and later he had five. But soon he lost one and possessed only four. There is a very interesting story about how the number of his head increased from one into five and back into four again.

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Bramha is said to have been hatched out of the golden cosmic egg. Ever since a great desire to create a new world for himself seized him. So he created the world accordingly but he found himself so lonely that he simply could not bear it any more.

Then he immediately created a female partner out of his own substance with whom he fell in love very fast. This most beautiful fair sex who is sometimes identified with Savitri, and sometimes with Saraswati was awfully embarrassed by his most passionate look. Then helplessly trembling she moved around to escape his non-stop staring.

Each direction she moved a new head sprang out with start­ing eyes. A head to her left, a head to her right, a head in front and a head in the back — there were heads all around. Thus she was entirely surrounded by the heads of Brahma from all four directions. And, at last, she rose into the sky to escape the fervent look of Bramha but in vain.

Eventually Bramha grabbed her, who was his daughter as well as his wife and produced the human race. Another version says that Shiva cut off the fifth head of Bramha to punish him for foolishly indulging himself in the sinful affair with his so called wife-daughter.

Bramha in arts is depicted as having long beard, red skin and wearing the spotless white robes. His four arms symbolize Vedas namely: Rigveda, Yajurveda, Athar-vaveda, and Saamveda. Sometimes his four hands are shown instead holding a rosary, a water jar, a bow and (a spoon or) a scepter.

He travels on the back of a goose whom he has chosen for his mount. Bramha, though originally regarded as the god of wisdom and spiritual vision, is not very popular with the followers of Hindu faith. As such he is not very enthusiastically worshipped by the Nepalese. May God bless the Nepalese family planners. Because Bramha is still against them !

Lord Brahma – Hindu God of Creation
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