Question: Who is the first god of the world?

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Brahma is the first god in the Hindu triumvirate, or trimurti. The triumvirate consists of three gods who are responsible for the creation, upkeep and destruction of the world. The other two gods are Vishnu and Shiva. Vishnu is the preserver of the universe, while Shivas role is to destroy it in order to re-create.

Brahma, the Creator Brahma is the creator of the universe and of all beings, as depicted in the Hindu cosmology. Thethe oldest and the holiest of Hindu scriptures, are attributed to Brahma, and thus Brahma is regarded as the father of.

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He is not to be confused with 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.

Who is the first god of the world?

The Birth of Brahma According to the Puranas, Brahma is the son of God, and often referred to as Prajapati. Wishing to create the universe, Brahman first created the water, in which he placed his seed. This seed transformed into a golden egg, from which Brahma appeared.

Who is the first god of the world?

According to another legend, Brahma is self-born out of a lotus flower which grew from the navel of Vishnu. The Symbolism of Brahma in Hinduism In the Hindu pantheon, Brahma is commonly represented as having four heads, four arms, and red skin. Unlike all the other Hindu gods, Brahma carries no weapon in his hands.

He holds a water-pot, a spoon, a book of prayers or the Vedas, a rosary and sometimes a lotus. He sits on a pose and moves around on a white swan, possessing the magical ability to separate milk from a mixture of water and milk.

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Brahma is often depicted as having long, white beard, with each of his heads reciting the four Vedas. Brahma, Cosmos, Time, and Epoch Brahma presides over 'Brahmaloka,' a universe that contains all the splendors of the earth and all other worlds.

This day is equivalent to four billion earth years, at the end of which the whole universe gets dissolved. Lord Brahma: The God of Creation.

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