Bookcover of God of Creation in Hinduism Brahma
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God of Creation in Hinduism Brahma

Brahma is recognized as the God of creation

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ISBN-13:

978-620-0-62339-3

ISBN-10:
6200623392
EAN:
9786200623393
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
Brahma in Sanskrit are growth, expansion, and creation. In this way, Brahma is recognized as the God of creation. He is attributed to the creation of Brahmanda (entire universe) and all forms of life within it. So, he is also known as the Creator and the Director of the entire universe. It is said that Goddess Saraswati is the wife of Brahma. She is the God of knowledge and wisdom. Brahma is believed to be born from the Kamal (lotus), springing from Vishnu’s Navi (navel) as he was laying on the great serpent in the milky ocean. Hence, he is also known as Nabhija (navel born) and Kanja (water born), according to Hindu doctrine. Growing from the lotus of Narayana, Brahma is the name, which creates the realm of the universe. He is a symbol of celestials and divine beings of all kinds of nature. Purusha Suktam of the Rigveda (Hymn 10.90) states that three main bodies of the Universe (Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva) are indestructible and they are the subjects to creation, preservation, and dissolution of the whole universe. Narayana is the Sanskrit name given in the Upanishad, which means supreme lord. Narayana is the Para Brahma, one who creates unlimited universes.<div><div><div><p style="text-align: justify;">Brahma in Sanskrit are growth, expansion, and creation. In this way, Brahma is recognized as the God of creation. He is attributed to the creation of Brahmanda (entire universe) and all forms of life within it. So, he is also known as the Creator and the Director of the entire universe. It is said that Goddess Saraswati is the wife of Brahma. She is the God of knowledge and wisdom. Brahma is believed to be born from the Kamal (lotus), springing from Vishnu’s Navi (navel) as he was laying on the great serpent in the milky ocean. Hence, he is also known as Nabhija (navel born) and Kanja (water born), according to Hindu doctrine. Growing from the lotus of Narayana, Brahma is the name, which creates the realm of the universe. He is a symbol of celestials and divine beings of all kinds of nature. Purusha Suktam of the Rigveda (Hymn 10.90) states that three main bodies of the Universe (Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva) are indestructible and they are the subjects to creation, preservation, and dissolution of the whole universe. Narayana is the Sanskrit name given in the Upanishad, which means supreme lord. Narayana is the Para Brahma, one who creates unlimited universes.</p></div></div></div>
Publishing house:
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By (author) :
Morusu Siva Sankar
Number of pages:
212
Published at:
2021-05-29
Stock:
Available
Category:
Other
Price:
5,914.24 руб
Keywords:
God creations

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