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Brahma is the Hindu god of creation.
1. BRAHMA - IN HINDU MYTHOLOGYIn Hindu mythology, Brahma is the god of creation of the universe and all the living creatures in it. 2. IN BRAHMAJNANA According to Brahmajnan…a, Brahma represents the manual / Voluntary force. This is a small, transient and controllable force. Agni, the fire god, too represents this force only. 3. IN BRAHMAN Brahman is made of seven gods. They are, 1. Indra - god of dreaming 2. Shakti - god of illusion 3. Brahma - god of creativity 4. Vishnu - god of stabilization 5. Shiva - god of determination 6. Shani - god of status increase 7. Yama - god of compulsion 4. IN VEDIC MEDITATION In Vedic meditation Brahma represents our muscular system that has isometrically contracted (hardened) towards the genital region. 5. IN SCIENTIFIC TERMS Vishnu represents the sinusoidal / s-shaped / sea wave like semi voluntary force. Brahma represents the negative half of this wave, the positive half being Shiva. 6. IN REAL LIFE For practical purposes Brahma represents the small, transient controllable force, which we use for trials in life and bringing about changes.
The world after Shiva destroys it
He is the creatorhe is part of the Trimurtihe has 4 headshe has four armshe holds a lotus flower in a handhe holds a rosary in a handhe holds a water pot in a handhe holds the… Vedas in a handhe wears redhe is often depicted on a lotus flower, swan or his white bull
Though Brahma is a Hindu God, he is not worshiped by many Hindus. 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 Bhrigu'. Please see the related questions.
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Lord Brahma rides a Hansa or Goose, or Swan. Wikipedia helps too.
Brahma is the least worshipped god in Hinduism. This is because stories were told about him making his wife and daughter, fancying then marrying his own daughter, Saraswati, g…oddess of knowledge. There are only two temples in the whole of India devoted to him, compared with the many thousands devoted to the other two unless it is devoted to the whole trimurti which he is in.
I once asked a Vedantist Swami this very same question. I believe there are indeed only two temples left in India that are dedicated to Brahma specifically. The Swami told m…e his theory. Of the Hindu Trinity, there is Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. Creator, Preserver, and Destroyer/Renewer, respectively. Many can identify with destruction and rebirth and death, it is all around us. The preservation of all creation is, of course, of utmost and practical importance. But creation is passive, once the deed is done. One can look forward to the cosmic dance of Shiva at the end of time, when the universe will fold in on itself, only to bloom once more. And one can enjoy the present moment, and Hindu mythology features the Avataras of Vishnu prominently. But having created the world, the principle aspect of Brahma is in the past, and perhaps that is why Brahma has fallen out of popularity with Hindu devotees. Brahma's consort: Saraswati, represents creativity as opposed to creation, and culture as opposed to knowledge. This is again a more active role, rather than a passive one, and her popularity perhaps reflects this. Having said this, Brahma is worshipped, only not on the scale that other Devas are. Anyone can of course worship Brahma, and no temple is required to do so, there being after all no formal dogma in Hinduism. But certainly there are many more devotees of Ganesh, Mahadevi, Shiva, and Vishnu. LACK OF BRAHMA WORSHIP: 1. THE MYTHOLOGICAL REASONS FOR LACK OF BRAHMA WORSHIP: A number of mythological reasons are given why Brahma is not worshiped. 1. Brahma took his creation Sarsawati as his consort. Since this amounts to incest he is not worshiped. 2. Brahma lied to Shiva that he could find the upper end of Shiva linga. Shiva cursed him that he wouldn't be worshiped. 3. Brahmarshi Bhrigu cursed him because when he went to Brahma to invite him for a Yagna he was deeply immersed in the music played by Saraswati and couldn't hear Bhrigu's calls. 2. BRAHMAJNANA REASON FOR LACK OF BRAHMA WORSHIP: Brahma symbolizes voluntary force, a small, transient and totally controllable force, best suited for experiments. Thus, Brahma is ideal god for creation of a new life, after our life is devastated completely. Brahma enables us to execute an activity independent of our status. If used recklessly it would result in creation of a secret demonic parallel life. The killing of Ravana by Rama, Bali by Vamanavatara of Vishnu and Narakasura by Krishna are symbolic of the destruction of our demonic parallel life. Thus, worship of Brahma as an independent god was discontinued as it often resulted in the creation of a demonic parallel life.
he carries the vedas (holy scriptures) that represents almight power of Brahman and Brahma as he is the creator of worlds.
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He was the first Hindu God