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Human beings have seven basic forces with which they can control their thoughts and movements. They are, 1. Dreaming force - Indra 2. Illusion force - Shakti 3. Volunt…ary force - Brahma 4. Semi voluntary force - Vishnu 5. Involuntary force - Shiva 6. Status altering force - Shani 7. Compulsive force - Yama These also represent the seven levels of centers of gravity of the body, Indra force keeping the center of gravity at the feet and Yama force at the top of the head. 1. The Semi voluntary or Vishnu force is the default force (Nara - man, ayana - dwelling place). This is a status quo maintaining sinusoidal or wave like force. This works on natural thinking, a blend of reasoning and logic. The voluntary component of this semi voluntary force corresponds to the naval and thus we believe that Brahma is born from the naval of Vishnu 2. The Voluntary or Brahma force, being transient is best suited for testing any thing new. It works on reasoning. Brahma is not worshiped because it is an experimental force and enables us to lead a parallel bad secret life. The mighty involuntary force makes a thought or action involuntary and banishes it from the conscious mind. It works on logic These central three forces are compatible with each other and both with thinking and action. Thus the three are merged together as s single force called Trimurti. Using the outer forces and returning to the default semi voluntary force is more difficult because it needs voluntary force and leads to infinite options. The above explanation is based on Inner Knowledge and therefore it is absolute fact.
Shiva, Bhrama, Vishnu . Are the three major gods of Hinduism, however if you really find it important you should also look up the minor gods. Some more minor gods are Kali, D…urga as well as Lachshme (Not spelled right). There are hundreds of god located throughout India. Shiva is the destroyer, Bhrama is the creator and Vishnu is the sustainer at least that's what I believe is correct.
God Bhrahma is creator in Hinduisum
he is the creator
In Hindu mythology names are often singular. They lack surnames, or the cities from which they hail, as is common in many Western traditions.
brahma is the god who make that world
The 3 gods represent 3 energies the Shiva Shakti, The Vishnu Shakti, and the Brahma Shakti. Brahma is the Creator Energy, that which created this whole universe,… or rather the energy this whole world is made of. Vishnu is the managing energy, that which oversees all that is going on. Shiva is the destroyer energy, now destriyer may sound a bit strange but the concept behind this is that something cannot in place of something else unless the old one is destroyed. So Shiva is also conciderd someone who brings about change too.
brahama himself is male however has the potential to reincarnate as a female human. upon returning as a god he will be male again
Brahma is the creator of the universe and of all beings, as depicted in the Hindu cosmology. The Vedas, the oldest and the holiest of Hindu scriptures, are attributed to Brahm…a, and thus Brahma is regarded as the father of dharma. He is not to be confused with Brahman which is a general term for the Supreme Being or Almighty God. Although Brahma is one of the Trinity, his popularity is no match to that of Vishnu and Shiva. Brahma is to be found to exist more in scriptures than in homes and temples. In fact it is hard to find a temple dedicated to Brahma. One such temple is located in Pushkar in Rajasthan.
Lord Brahma or Bramha is the Hindu deity responsible for creation, it is said in the ancient vedas or scriptures that he was the one who gave birth to the world as we know it.… he is depicted to have 4 heads facing 4 directions. however he is one of the most scarcely worshiped deity in Hindu religion.
because he is?
Brahmas the Hindu god of creation and one of the Trimurti, the others being Vishnu and Shiva. According to the Brahma purana, he is the father of Manu, and from Manu all human… beings are descended.
Yes, that or Bruhman but I'm sure that's their preists or preistests.
Yes. Brahma is one of the Trimutri (Great Trinity). He is the God of Creation and is in the Trimutri with Shiva and Vishnu. Vishnu is said to be the 'Supreme Gods' as well… as one of the five primary forms of God. Shiva, the God of Destruction/Transformation. Or something like that.
To understand why Lord Brahma the creator (not to be confused with Brahman) is not worshiped by Hindus, you will have to know the story of 'Testing the divine Trinity by Bhrig…u'. Maharishi Bhrigu the ManasaPutra (wish-born-son) of Lord Brahma, is one of the Saptarshis (seven great sages) and one of the Prajapatis. Many great sages gathered at the bank of river Saraswati to participate in Maha yagya organized at that time. Maharishi Bhrigu was also present there. All the great saints and sages could not decide that out of the Trinity Lord Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva who is pre-eminent and to whom should they offer Pradhanta (Master) of that yagya. With the consent of all the great saints present there, it was decided that Maharishi Bhrigu will test and decide who was pre-eminent. Upon being entrusted with the task Maharishi Bhrigu decided to test Lord Brahma first. He went on to see Lord Brahma in Brahmalok. On reaching Brahmalok Maharishi displayed utter disrespect to Lord Brahma on purpose. Lord Brahma got angry and wanted to punish Maharishi but Maha Saraswati, wife of Lord Brahma saved Maharishi from his anger. Angry with disrespect, Maharishi Bhrigu cursed Lord Brahma that no one will worship Brahma in Kaliyug. To this day, there are very few temples devoted to Lord Brahma (the notable exception being the Brahma Temple at Pushkar). Maharishi Bhrigu then decided to visit Lord Shiva at Kailash Parvat. On reaching Kailash Parvat, Nandi stopped him from going inside because at that time, Shiva and Parvati were sporting fun. Then in order to test Lord Vishnu, Maharishi reached Vaikunth Dham. He entered the Dham without Lord Vishnu's permission and saw that the Lord was resting at that time. Maharishi asked him to wake up, but Lord was in deep sleep. On seeing no reaction from Lord, Maharishi hit Lord Vishnu on his chest (that strike by Maharishi Bhrigu left a foot print on Lord's chest and that foot print is known as "Shri Vatsa"). Lord Vishnu got up after the strike and realized what has happened. On realizing that Maharishi had hit him with his foot, Lord asked him, "Maharishi, are you hurt in your foot? My chest is strong but your foot is not so strong". Seeing the decorum of Lord Vishnu, Bhrigu was pleased and declared him superior amongst the Tridev.