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Brahma is not widely worshiped

The creator god, responsible for bringing the universe into existence. He is often depicted with four heads and sitting on a lotus.

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Brahma: The creator god, responsible for bringing the universe into existence. He is often depicted with four heads and sitting on a lotus.

 

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Brahma, also known as Brahma, is one of the main gods of Hinduism, considered the god of creation. He is revered as the creator of the universe, the gods and all life.

Although he is revered as the supreme creator, Brahma is not widely worshiped in modern Hinduism. This is due to the belief that his creation was so grand and complex that he is now in a state of deep meditation, preparing for a new cycle of creation.

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Symbolism: Four heads: Represent the four Vedas, the sacred texts of Hinduism, and their ability to see and understand all directions of the universe.

Four arms: Symbolize the four aspects of creation: creation, preservation, destruction and dissolution. Sitting on a lotus: Represents purity and detachment. White Swan: Symbolizes calm, beauty and wisdom.

 

Functions: Creation of the universe and everything in it. Creation of the gods. Creation of human consciousness and thought. Assigning roles and responsibilities to gods and human beings.

Trimurti: Brahma is part of the Trimurti, a Hindu trinity made up of three main gods: Brahma: The god of creation. Vishnu: The god of preservation. Shiva: The god of destruction.

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