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तस्मिन् तज्जन् भेदाभावात् ।। There is no difference between The Lord and his Devotees. - Narada Bakthi Sutras 3.41

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Brahma Wikipedia | en.wikipedia.org

Brahma is a creator god in Hinduism. He has four faces. Brahma is also known as Svayambhu (self-born), Vāgīśa (Lord of Speech), and the creator of the four Vedas, one from each of his mouths. Brahma is sometimes identified with the Vedic god Prajapati, as well as linked to Kama and Hiranyagarbha (the cosmic egg).

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Why Brahma Is Not Worshipped? | hinduwebsite.com | Jayaram V | en-us

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However, I believe there is still a deeper reason why devout Hindus do not worship him with the same fervor as they worship other gods. Ironically, Saraswathi, his consort, has more devotees than him and is more popular. Many local deities and Shaktis have greater devotional appeal than Brahma, who is one of the ...

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Worship In Hinduism Wikipedia | en.wikipedia.org

Within Hinduism a large number of personal gods (Ishvaras) are worshipped as murtis. These beings are either aspects of the supreme Brahman, Avatars of the supreme being, or significantly powerful entities known as devas. The exact nature of belief in regards to each deity varies between differing Hindu denominations ...

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Each Day Of A Week Dedicated To A Particular Hindu God | londonsrimurugan.org | Sony

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pantheon. A particular deity is appeased by the devotee on a particular day. Thus Monday is usually dedicated to Lord Shiva. Upvass, or fasting, on Mondays begins at sunrise and ends at sunset. On the day, food is only eaten after evening prayer. Lord Shiva and Goddess. Parvati are worshipped on the day. Of course, no ...

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God In Hinduism Wikipedia | en.wikipedia.org

The concept of god in Hinduism varies in its diverse traditions. Hinduism spans a wide range of beliefs such as henotheism, monotheism, polytheism, panentheism , pantheism, pandeism, monism, atheism and nontheism. Forms of theism find mention in the Bhagavad Gita. Emotional or loving devotion (bhakti) to a primary  ...

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The Hindu Triad | yahuahkingdom.com | Rick Music

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degree all the various splendors of the heavens of the other gods. Brahma has red skin and wears white clothes. He rides on a goose. He has four arms. In one arm he carries the Vedas, in another a scepter, in a third a komondul (a special type of water jug that is stilled used by Hindus during worship), and in a fourth a bow ...

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Subhash C Sharma Brahman (God) In Hinduismpdf | scribd.com

thus have a tendency to assign and accept various functional or phenomenal labels for God, and perceive, worship, and meditate on Him accordingly. In spite of having different names, Brahman (God) still remains one and the Hinduism monotheistic. Note also that worshipping. Varuna and Vishvakarma just amounts to ...

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4 Reasons Why Lord Brahma Is Not Devotionally Worshiped | detechter.com

One of the common questions among the ones trying to know about Hindu dharma is “Why is Brahma not worshiped as much as Vishnu and Shiva?” Or even “Why Bra. ... It says that when Brahma created the universe, he made a female deity known as Shatarupa (the one with a hundred beautiful forms). The goddess''s ...

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Hinduism Gods | allaboutreligion.org

Hinduism Gods. QUESTION: Hinduism gods - Who do they worship? ANSWER: It has been said that Hinduism is a religion of 330 million Hinduism gods. Sri Ramakrishna, a ... Brahma: is the creator of all reality,; Vishnu or Krishna is the preserver of all of the creations,; and Shiva is the destroyer. There are some major ...

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Religious Tolerance And Hinduism M Lal Goel Professor | uwf.edu | CAS Programmer

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the Trinity of Brahma the creator, Vishnu the preserver and Shiva the destroyer. Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva are not different gods, but different faces of the One. Supreme Reality. Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva have their respective female consorts: Saraswati, Lakshmi and Kali. Even though God is One, Hindus worship. God in ...

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Three Hindu Gods (Article) South Asia Khan Academy | khanacademy.org

It is often said that there is a trinity of Hindu gods: Brahma the creator, Vishnu the preserver and Shiva the destroyer. But while Vishnu and Shiva have followers and temples all over India, Brahma is not worshiped as a major deity. Brahma is the personified form of an indefinable and unknowable divine principle called by  ...

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Important Hindu Gods And Goddesses There Are Many Hindu Gods | puppettheatre.co.uk | Gemma

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There are many Hindu gods and Goddesses- below is a brief outline of some of the major ones: The 3 supreme Gods are Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Brahma .... Sarasvati. Sarasvati (also spelled Saraswati) is perhaps the most ancient goddess that is still widely worshipped today. She is the Hindu muse: the inspiration for ...

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Hinduism | ccky.org

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worship. In Bureau institutions this can be accomplished through weekly meetings. The devotee prays to the Lord to grant him or her intense devotion and remove the veil of ignorance. Generally, a particular deity becomes the object of worship. Among the more popular Hindu deities are Shiva, Parvati, Ganesha, Vishnu, ...

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Saraswati Ancient History Encyclopedia | ancient.eu

Nov 25, 2015 ... However, according to some traditions, she was first the wife of Vishnu. The latter, though, already had his hands full with two other wives and so he gave Saraswati to Brahma. Although one of the most important Hindu gods, Brahma is rarely actively worshipped. In mythology, this is explained as a result of ...

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Manifestations Of Shiva | lacma.org

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Shiva. the Great God, is among the most mysterious and complex deities in the religions of mankind. Worshiped by hundreds of millions of Hindus, Shiva has been known in one form or another since the time of the most ancient civili- zation on the subcontinent oflndia. There is no one explanation as to who or what Shiva is: ...

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1 The Uses And Misuses Of Polytheism And Monotheism In | divinity.uchicago.edu | Visitor

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gods”), and used by later Hinduism to characterize the love of god (as in the Bengali tradition of Krishna and Radha), we might regard this attitude as a kind of theological parallel to serial monogamy, or, if you prefer, open hierogamos: “You, Vishnu, are the only god I''ve ever worshiped; you are the only one.” “You, Varuna  ...

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Hinduism 101 The Basics | hafsite.org | Visitor

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preparing the body and mind for deep meditation and introspection to eventually overcome suffering caused by material attachments. Because Hindus believe that Brahman can appear in form, they accept that there are a variety of ways in which all human beings connect with the Divine. In Hinduism, God is worshipped in ...

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List Of Hindu Deities Wikipedia | en.wikipedia.org

Vishnu[edit]. Main article: Vishnu · Vaishnavism is the sect within Hinduism that worships Vishnu, the preserver god of the Hindu Trimurti (''three images'', the Trinity), and his ten incarnations. It is a devotional sect, and followers worship many deities, including Rama and Krishna, both considered as ...

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Why Is God Brahma Not Worshiped So Widely As Other Hindu God Like | quora.com

A fable goes like this. To spread his creation and make it self sustaining, he created Kaamadeva, the god of love and armed him with arrows that would arouse...

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Hindu Gods, Hindu Goddesses, Shiva, Ganesh, Nataraja, Krishna | lotussculpture.com

"There can really be as many Hindu Gods as there are devotees to suit the moods, feelings, emotions & social background of the devotees." ~Sri Rama Krishna~. The Pantheon of Hindu Gods is vast. Yet, in fact, Hindus are a monotheistic religion worshiping one God. Hindus believe that there is only one ultimate reality; ...

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How Hindus Worship Brahman Synonym | classroom.synonym.com

Although Hinduism is frequently described as polytheistic, Hindus believe that Brahman -- not to be confused with Brahma -- is the "Supreme Being" and the principle of all reality. Brahman should, however, not be directly interpreted as " God," as the term does not represent so much a figurehead as it does a universal and ...

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Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, The Highest Gods Of Hinduism | hinduwebsite.com | Jayaram V | en-us

Author: Jayaram V

The highest gods of Hinduism Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva are also called the Trinity or the Trimurthis. ... Saraswathi is the goddess of speech and Lakshmi, of wealth while Parvathi is usually worshipped as Mother Goddess. These three gods are rulers of three different worlds. Brahma is the ruler of Brahmalok, Vishnu of ...

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Principal Deities Of Hinduism (Article) Khan Academy | khanacademy.org

While there are many gods with myriad forms, those most popularly worshiped by Hindus in India are Vishnu, Shiva, the Goddess in her various aspects, and Shiva''s sons Ganesha and Karttikeya. According to some interpretations, all divinities are in fact a manifestation of a single godhead, divine force, or abstraction.

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The Hindu Deity Durga Worshipped By Brahma, Vishnu, And Shiva | education.asianart.org

The Hindu deity Durga worshipped by Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, 1850–1900. India or Pakistan | Kashmir region. Opaque watercolors on paper. Gift of George Hopper Fitch, B86D14.

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Concept Of God In Hinduism Hinduism Facts Facts About Hindu | hinduismfacts.org

In Vedic Hinduism, there were 33 devas, which later became exaggerated to 330 million devas. In fact, all the devas are themselves regarded as more mundane manifestations of the One and the Supreme Brahman (God) for devotional worship. The Hindus do not literally worship 330 million separate gods. The Sanskrit ...

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Sikhism Can Idol Worship Of Hindu Deities (Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva | realsikhism.com | RealSikhism.com

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Q: Can idol worship of Hindu deities (Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, etc.) lead to salvation? A: Sikhism instructs to worship One God only and none else. Sikhs do not worship any idols or deities. God is the creator of all. "He created air, water, fire, Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva" (Guru Granth Sahib Ji, 504). "He created Brahma , Vishnu ...

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Brahma Ancient History Encyclopedia | ancient.eu

May 16, 2015 ... In later Puranas (Hindu epics) Brahma is no longer worshipped and other gods are assigned his myths, even if he always maintains his status as the Creator god . Brahma''s epithet is ekahamsa, the One Swan. His vahanam (''vehicle'') is a peacock, swan or goose. He is still honoured today with an annual ...

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The Most Important Deities In Hinduism | thoughtco.com

The son of Shiva and Parvati, the pot-bellied elephant god Ganesha is the lord of success, knowledge, and wealth. Ganesha is worshiped by all sects of Hinduism, making him perhaps the most important of Hindu gods. He is typically depicted riding a mouse, who assists the deity in removing barriers to success, whatever ...

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Worship Of Brahman The Hindu | thehindu.com

Nov 18, 2014 ... In the Katopanishad, Yama describes in detail the worship of the Supreme Brahman through fire sacrifice and explains its procedure. The sacred ... These dhyana yogis wish to realise through self-contemplation the primal God who is difficult to be seen and remains deeply hidden in the cave of the heart.

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Brahma, Vishnu Krishna And Shiva Facts And Details | factsanddetails.com | Jeffrey Hays

Author: Jeffrey Hays

Brahma It is often said that the Hindu pantheon has three gods at its head: Brahma, the creator of the universe; Vishnu, the ... In reality, Brahma receives little devotion from worshipers, who may mention him in passing while giving their attention to the other main ...

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Why Is Brahma Not Worshipped? Boldskycom | boldsky.com

Oct 23, 2013 ... You all must have heard about the Holy Trinity of Hinduism. The Trinity consists of the three most powerful Gods- Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Of these three, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva are worshipped almost all over the world, wherever Hinduism is prevalent. However you may have noticed, that Lord ...

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Hindu Deities Lord Brahma | koausa.org

Lord Brahma symbolizes the aspect of the Supreme Reality that brings forth the creation. For this very reason, Hindus call Lord Brahma the Creator of the universe. He is the first member of the Hindu Trinity that also includes Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. His divine consort is Saraswati, the Goddess of learning and ...

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Brahma New World Encyclopedia | newworldencyclopedia.org

For example, the Puranas explain that Shiva, in addition to removing Brahmā''s fifth head, also decreed there be no proper worship in India for the "unholy" Brahmā. Another tale states that the Hindu gods Vishnu and Brahmā once approached Shiva and requested to find his beginning and end.

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Brahma The Hindu God Of Creation The Buddha Garden | thebuddhagarden.com

In Hinduism, the God Brahma is the senior member of the triad of great gods, which also includes Vishnu and Shiva. He is one of the more complex Hindu ... But he is not worshiped because he is responsible for distracting the mind away from the soul and towards the cravings of the flesh. However, you will see shrines  ...

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This Is The Logical Reason Why Lord Brahma Is Not Worshipped | speakingtree.in

Sep 17, 2016 ... This is the logical reason why Lord Brahma is not worshipped - In Hinduism, Lord Brahma is the first god of the Trinity (Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh). He is the creator of the universe. But, he is not worshipped as Lord Vishnu and Shiva. There is only one temple dedicated to him, which is the Pushkar ...

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Hinduism Books, Rituals, Gods, Beliefs Schoolworkhelper | schoolworkhelper.net

They called this being, Brahman. Hindus also worship different gods which individually represent one particular aspect of Brahman. The most popular one of the lesser gods are Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (the preserver), and Shiva (the destroyer) Hinduism has no founder. It is a religion that has slowly developed over a ...

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Brahma Wikiquote | en.wikiquote.org

Brahma (|Sanskrit: ब्रह्मा; IAST: Brahmā) is the Hindu god (deva) of creation and one of the Trimūrti, the others being Vishnu and Shiva. According to the ... Since Brahma had distracted his mind from the soul and towards the cravings of the flesh, Shiva''s curse was that people should not worship Brahma. As a form of  ...

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Hinduism | qcc.cuny.edu

Not all of these Gods are worshiped by all Hindus. Some Hindus worship only Vishnu. Others worship only Shiva. Others worship only the Goddesses and call these Goddesses collectively as Shakti meaning strength. Many of these Goddess worshipers worship Parvati in her images as Kali or Durga. People who worship ...

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Hinduism | livingwaters.com

God (Brahman) is the one impersonal, ultimate, but unknowable, spiritual Reality. Sectarian Hinduism personalizes Brahman as Brahma (Creator, with four heads symbolizing creative energy), Vishnu (Preserver, the god of stability and control), and Shiva (Destroyer, god of endings). Most Hindus worship two of Vishnu''s 10 ...

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The Nature Of God Revision World | revisionworld.com

GCSE RS (Religious Studies) revision section on Hinduism covering The Nature of God, Brahman, Atman, Tri-murti, Brahma - the Creator, Vishnu - the preserver, Shiva - the ... The creator Brahma (not to be confused with Brahman ) is the creator God. ... It is very unusual nowadays for Brahma to be the object of worship .

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Hindu Trinity Hindu Gods | sites.google.com

The Vedas are the apex of hindu scriptures and were delivered straight from the gods, making them indisputable. Brahma also has four arms. In one, he carries the Vedas, in another, a scepter, in a third a komondul (a special type of water jug that is stilled used by Hindus during worship), and in a fourth a bow. Stories.

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Brahma In Bangkok Devdutt | devdutt.com

Most people know that Hindus do not worship the god known as Brahma even though he is created the world. The story goes (one of the less controversial ones though) that he lied about finding the tip of an endless fire pillar. The pillar represented the infinite power of Shiva. Enraged, Shiva cursed Brahma that there would ...

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Gods And Goddesses Of Ancient India Crystalinks | crystalinks.com

Gods and Goddesses of Ancient India. Within Hinduism a large number of personal gods are worshipped as murtis. These beings are either aspects of the supreme Brahman, avatars of the supreme being, or significantly powerful entities known as devas. The exact nature of belief in regards to each deity varies between ...

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In Hinduism, What Are The Three Parts Of Brahma And What Does Each | enotes.com

Certified Educator. Brahman is the Sanskrit word for ultimate reality or eternal origin. Brahman shouldn''t be translated as ''God'', as Brahman is not worshipped - rather manifestations or forms of Brahman are treated as gods. There are three main gods, or forms of Brahman, as worshipped by Hindus. Brahma (the creator).

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Frequently Asked Questions Vedanta Society Of Southern California | vedanta.org

And knowing that Brahman can never be adequately represented promotes respect for the variety of ways in which It is represented and worshipped. ... Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, and Ganesha are the most familiar male deities. ... A: Remember that Hindu gods and goddesses are manifestations of the one Reality , Brahman.

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Exploring The Limitless Gods Of Hinduism The Story Of God With | channel.nationalgeographic.com

But it''s actually far more complicated than that, because Hindus also worship the Brahman, a single Divine entity that is connected to everything and everyone in the universe. So at the same time that Hinduism is a faith of many gods, it also is a faith of one God. How these two seemingly opposite concepts fit together is one  ...

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Hinduism Deities A Brief Introduction To Hinduism | abith.weebly.com

Hindu Deities. Although it would be impossible to list all 330 million Hindu deities , here is a review of the most-renowned gods and goddesses in Hindu theology. ... In contrast to Jewish, Christian, and Islamic worship of a creator god, Brahma is not similarly revered in Hinduism. Brahma is actually considered to be a rather ...

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Hinduismhindu Deities Wikibooks, Open Books For An Open World | en.wikibooks.org

In India today, only a few temples are dedicated to his worship. Hindu iconography shows Brahma with four heads and four arms. This extension of form is typical of Hindu religious art and is a representation of the multiple themes that a deity may embody. The four heads of Brahma eternally give ...

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Heart Of Hinduism Three Main Focuses Of Worship | iskconeducationalservices.org

Aside from the Trimurti, there is another group of three deities – the three main focuses of worship. They again include Vishnu and Shiva, but Shakti replaces Brahma. They correspond to the three main denominations, as shown below. ( Sometimes a fourth denomination, worshipping many deities, is included – see Four ...

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Hindu Deity Brahma, Vishnu, And Shiva Video & Lesson Transcript | study.com

Brahman. For those of the Western mindset, we tend to think religion is either monotheistic, meaning worships only one god, or polytheistic, meaning worships more than one god. Anything that doesn''t fit neatly into these two terms is rather confusing or puzzling to the Western paradigm. However, Hinduism does just this - it ...

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Information On Hinduism For Kids | primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk

Hindus believe in a universal soul or God called Brahman. Brahman takes on many forms that some Hindus worship as gods or goddesses in their own right. Hindus believe that there is a part of Brahman in everyone and this is called the Atman. Hindus believe in reincarnation - a belief that the soul is eternal and lives  ...

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Deities | cvhts.org | Hari Govindaram

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Here you will find deities that are worshiped by most Hindus. The purpose of these deities is to aid in one''s spiritual development and is symbolic of the different aspects of the one God. They are, rather, different representations of particular aspects of the one god, the Source, known as Brahman. The “human” or physical ...

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Hindu Deities & Their Meanings | iloveulove.com

As the creator of the world whose four heads and four arms represent the four points of the compass, it may be thought that Brahma would have a dominant role within Hinduism. Though he represents one ... For this reason the worship of Brahma is not very popular among all Hindus. He is, however ...

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Hinduism Ackland Art Museum | ackland.org

O Gods! All your names and forms are to be revered, saluted, and adored. Rig Veda X, 63, 2. Hinduism is both an ancient philosophy and a living tradition with historical roots in the Indian subcontinent. .... It is important to note that unlike the other names and forms of God found in Hinduism, Brahma is rarely worshipped.

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