Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Prayers offered by Lord Brahma to Lord Krishna

To personally witness God's pastimes and reaction means Lord Brahma was quite confused and wanted to check his
mystic power, he thought to take test. One day Lord Brahma steals the boys and calves while they were all lunching with Shree Krishna and kept them all hidden and sleeping for one year...

Lord Brahma returned after a moment ( assumed as one year(per our solar calculation))to see what happened actually. Lord Brahma saw that Krishna had expanded himself and transformed into the many stolen boys and calves into Lord Visnu forms for this full one year, so that the mothers of his friends,cows are not disturbed and also to show lord Brahma the supremacy of Godhead.

Lord Brahma was so much perplexed and not able to understand the extraordinary mystic powers of Lord Krishna and then when God raised the curtain of maya Lord Brahma realized his actual position and offered his prayers to the Supreme Personality of Godhead.

Image - Lord Brahma sees Lord Vishnu

Lord Brahma Is Not Considered As God In Hinduism But As A Creation Of God

Hindu Lord Brahma - A Creation Of God

The Hindu God of creation, God Brahma is among the three Gods that form the Tridev, Trimurti or the Holy Trinity, the other two gods being God Vishnu and God Shiva. In Sanskrit, the word Brahma means masculine Brahman. In Puranas Lord Brahma has been described as self-born, when they depict the story of Brahma’s birth from the lotus flower in the navel of Lord Vishnu at the foundation of the universe.

Hindu God Brahma has got the other name as Kanja - water born and the legend according to Purana is there behind this name. It is said that he was born in water. That seed was turned into the golden egg and later into the entire Universe of Lord Brahma.

According to legend,  Brahma have created eleven Prajapatis named
Pulaha and

These all are considered to be the fathers of human race.

Lord Brahma also created the Saptarshi or the seven great sages as the aim was to aid Him in the process of creation of the universe.

These all sages were referred to as "Manas Putras" as they took birth from the mind of Brahma.

Hindu Goddess Saraswati, is said to be as goddess of learning, and the consort(wife) of Brahma.

Hindu God Brahma's Appearance

Hindu God Brahma's Appearance

  • Lord Brahma wears red clothes
  • Pictured with four heads, four faces and four arms
  • Sometimes pictured with a white beard
  • God Brahma holds no weapons
  • One of his hands holds a scepter in the form of a spoon
  • Holds a string of prayer beads
  • He holds a Vedas and also sometimes a lotus flower


  • The Rosary is a symbol that was used in the process of creation.
  • The Book is a symbol of knowledge.
  • Gold is a symbol of the golden face of Brahma proves that he is involved in the process of creating the Universe.
  • The Swan is a symbol grace and decrement;he uses a swan as his vehicle.
  • The Lotus flower is a symbol nature and the living of all things being in the universe.
  • The Beard is a symbol for wisdom and the process of creation.
  • The Four Faces is a symbol for the four Vedas;The Vedas is a Symbol of his four faces, heads and arms.

In short we can mean:

The Four Faces – The four Vedas (Ŗk, Sāma, Yajuh and Atharva).

The Four Hands – Brahmā's four arms represent the four cardinal directions: east, south, west, and north. The back right hand represents mind, the back left hand represents intellect, the front right hand is ego, and the front left hand is self-confidence.

The Prayer beads – Symbolize the substances used in the process of creation.

The Book – The book symbolizes knowledge.

The Gold – Gold symbolizes activity; the golden face of Brahma indicates that He is actively involved in the process of creating the Universe.

The Swan – The swan is the symbol of grace and discernment. Brahma uses the swan as his vāhana, or his carrier or vehicle.

The Crown – Lord Brahma's crown indicates his supreme authority.

The Lotus – The lotus symbolizes nature and the living essence of all things and beings in the Universe.

The Beard – Brahmā's black or white beard denotes wisdom and the eternal process of creation.

The Vedas Symbolises his four faces, heads and arms


At the beginning of time Vishnu and Brahma came to a huge Shiva linga and set to find its beginning and end. Vishnu taking the form of a boar digging down into the earth while Brahma taking form of a swan began flying up. However neither can find the beginning or end. Vishnu found Shiva and bowed down to him. Brahma did not give up so easily as he was flying up he saw a ketaki flower, Shiva’s favorite flower. He ask the flower to lie about Brahma’s discovery about Shiva’s beginning. When Brahma told his tale to Shiva, he was angered by this. Shiva then cursed him that no one will ever worship him.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Lord Brahma - The Generator - The Hindu God Brahma

Lord Brahma - Hindu God Brahma Images - the Generator

God Brahma - with Hindu God VIshnu and Mahesh (Shiva) Picture

Brahmadev - Hindu God - The Generator


Lord Brahma gives birth to Siva. Painted in 1976 Image


Lord Brahma - Hindu God Brahma Images - seated on Lotus flower


The shaded image of Lord Brahmadev

 God Brahma Image - in Meditation Form

Bhagwan Brahma - Hindu God Brahma Nice Picture

Brahmaji - Hindu God Brahma Shaded Image - the Generator

Lord Brahma - Hindu God Brahma Snap

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Hindu God Brahma - The Creator

Hindu God Brahmaji Image

About Lord Brahma - The Generator

Hindu God Brahma is the Generator or creator of the whole universe and first member of Hindu Trinity or Brahmanical triad, he includes second Lord Vishnu-the preserver and third Lord Shiva-the destroyer.

Lord Brahma is said to be the son of Brahman-the supreme energy of male and Prakrti (Maya)-energy of female.

Creation or Birth of Lord Brahmaji

God Brahma is the God of creation and referred to in many texts as self born- Swayambhu or unborn- aja. He is not created by anyone as he is self existent and the first cause of all and existing by his own intrinsically powers.

God Brahmaji is considered as the infinite and the source of all space, causation, time, forms and names, has many instructive and interesting designations. Lord Brahma is the first person who self born and is referred as uncreated creator- Swayambhu and is the single letter- eka aksharam "AUM", theologically.

Philosophically, Lord Brahma is also considered as the first demonstration of one’s cosmos or creation “ahankara” and cosmologically he is the golden embryo-hiranya garbha, the ball of fire from which the whole universe expands. All beings are his progeny as Lord Brahma is the Prajapati.

The forms of God Brahma

Hindu God Brahmaji is,

Pitamaha --  Patriarch
Vidhi -- Coordinator
Lokesha -- Master of the universe
Dhatru -- Sustainer
Viswakarma -- Architect of the world

The names of Lord Brahma

According to Mythology, Bhagwan Brahma is described as springing from the lotus (Kamala) flower that is grown from the navel (nabhi) of Lord Vishnu. That’s the reason that God Brahma is also well-known as Nabhija - navel born.

Hindu God Brahma has got the other name as Kanja - water born and the legend according to Purana is there behind this name. It is said that he was born in water. That seed was turned into the golden egg and later into the entire Universe of Lord Brahma.

The vishnu Cosmic Egg Image --
The lotus flower from which the God emerged himself

Goddess Saraswati-the goddess of learning, is his consort who manifested out of him and all beings of the world resulted from their union.

Friday, August 27, 2010

List of Hindu Gods and Goddesses

Hindu Deities - Gods and Goddesses Image

About Hindu Gods and Goddesses-Hindu Deities

India is the great country and one of the most religiously varied nation in the entire world. India has been playing a vital role with religion in the lives of most Indians. In India is considered as one of the oldest, most religious and idealistic systems in the world as there are 80% people who are Hindus.

The Hindu Pantheon of Gods and goddesses is so vast. In India, there are 330 millions or more Gods and Goddesses in Hindu religion. All the Hindu gods and goddesses have their own and extra ordinary images and deities to represent.

The Hindu sacred scriptures were eloquent or smooth-spoken while drawing the qualities of God and describing briefly. The all Hindu gods and goddesses are all powerful and all-knowing. They are very personification of love, beauty and justice. They are ever ready to show their mercy, grace and blessings on their creation.   

Indian Hindu Gods and Goddesses picture

The main Hindu Gods
as we worship and accept today can be broadly classified as

Shiva Gods --  Siva including His consort, His sons, His other forms
Vaishnava Gods -- Vishnu including His consort, His various incarnations and
Sakthi or Saktha  --  Forms of Goddess Sakthi

According to the Rig Veda, we can know of the Vedic Gods

Eight Vasus,

Eleven Rudras,
Twelve Adityas,
Indra and Prajapathi,

Being the Gods of all -- the earth, the space and
the heavens.   

But in reality, in Rig Veda - lore of the verses, counts numerous Vedic Gods.
Vedic priests believed in rituals and ceremonies which were mostly offered to appease these all Gods. It is true that no one Vedic God or particular one God has been considered as the Supreme God.

In fact, all different Gods and goddesses have been considered as Supreme and ultimate at different times, attributing the qualities and powers of one to another.

Apart from Gods and goddesses who have been attributed specific qualities, characteristics, several inanimate objects, emotions and the various forms of nature had also been sacred and worshipped most probably.  

All Hindu Gods and Goddesses Image

The earliest accepted Gods are

-- the sky father  

Prithivi mata -- the earth mother
Vayu -- the wind God
Parjanya -- the rain God
Surya -- the sun God
Varuna -- the God of oceans
Agni -- the fire God
Indra -- the war God
Soma -- the God of speech, deity of soma creeper
Ushas -- the Goddess of dawn  
Yama -- the God of death
Adityas -- a group of deities, who are six in number in the Rig Veda, eight in most of the Brahmanas and twelve in the Satapatha Brahmana
Aswini -- twin Deities
Rudras -- eight in number
Vasus -- eight in number 
Visvedevas -- ten in number
Nakshatra -- The Constellations or stars
Space -- Antariksha
Sky -- Dyaus


But these all Gods are classified as under


The great and chief Hindu Gods
Hindu Trinity Gods-Tridev

The names are

God Brahma –- creator of the entire universe
God Vishnu – The preserver of the Universe
God Shiva – The destroyer and has the power of his 3rd eye

The great and chief Hindu Goddesses
Hindu Trinity Goddesses –Tridevi

The names are

Goddess Saraswati -- The consort of God Brahma, the goddess for knowledge
Goddess Laxmi –- The Consort of God Vishnu and the goddess of wealth, delight, beauty     and love.
Goddess Parvati -- The consort of God Shiva and the goddess of transformation, power and destruction.

The God and Goddess incarnation

Sati Maa -- the form of Goddess Parvati
Durga Maa -- the form of Goddess Parvati and the energy of mother
Kali Mata -- having the destructive power and harmful energy
The Mahadevi -- the powerful form of Shakti
Sita Mata -- the consort of Lord Rama
Rukmani -- the consort of Lord Krishna
Radha -- the divine devotee and fan of Lord Krishna
Ganga Mata -- the holy river
Yamuna Maa -- the holy river
Gayatri Maa -- the goddess of learning
Santoshi Maa -- the goddess
Mata Vishnodevi -- the goddess
Maa Annpurna -- the goddess of Harvests
God Rama -- the seventh incarnation of God Vishnu
God Krishna -- the eighth incarnation of God Vishnu
God Bhirav -- the strong and powerful incarnation of God Shiva

The Most 10 Incarnation of God Vishnu

Matsya Avatar -- Vishnu as a fish
Kurma Avatar -- Vishnu as a tortoise
Varaha Avatar -- Vishnu as a boar
Narasimha Avatar –- Vishnu the half lion-half man)
Vamana Avatar –- Vishnu as in form of the dwarf
Parasurama Avatar –- Vishnu as brahaman’s son - Rama with an axe
Rama Avatar –- Vishnu as the prince of Ayodhya
Krishna Avatar  -- Vishnu as in black tribal
Buddha Avatar –- Vishnu as form of the completely enlightened one
Kalki Avatar –- Vishnu --  the incarnation to come in future

Sons and Relatives

Ganesh -- son of God Shiva and Goddess Parvati
Kartikeya  --  Subramaynan, Shanmuga -- son of Shiva and Parvati
Krishna -- son of Vasudeva and younger brother of Balarama
Balarama – Elder brother of Lord Krishna
Hanuman  -- son of Vayu

Vasudeva  -- The father of Lord Krishna

The Hindu Cosmic Trinity or Vedic Gods

Surya – The god of energy or life
Agni – The god of fire
Vayu – The god of air

The other Hindu Vedic or Lesser Gods

(the dew) : God of the dawn and the charioteer of the sun (son of Vinata and the wise Kasyapa.

Ganga- personification of the holy river
Gayatri- personification of the Vedic hymn
Hanuman- the monkey god - devotee of Rama
Indra- King of the abode of gods
Kamdeva- god of love
Kubera- god of wealth
Manu – the Hindu Noah
Narada- the wandering seer who features in almost all the Puranas
Rudra – the god of storms
Sanjna -  the god of conscience and the wife of SURYA (sun)
Soma- the moon god
Varuna- the god of oceans
Vishwakarma- the divine architect of the universe
Yama- the god of death

Celestial beings

Apsaras- beautiful ladies, who dance in the court of Indra and names RAMBHA,
Gandharvas- celestial musicians who play in the court of Indra
Kinnaras- mythical beings, with a body of a man and head of a horse
Siddhas- classes of spirits of great purity and holiness
Yaksha- the guardians of wealth and attendants of Kubera

In Hindu mythology, Animals have also a special place.

Main Animal Deities

SHESHNAG or ANANTA -- the infinite - the king of Nagas, vehicle of Vishnu or the
bed on which Vishnu rests
KAMADHENU --- the cow of plenty
GARUDA -- the king of birds - half man and half eagle or vulture, vehicle of Vishnu
AIRAVATA -- the elephant - vehicle of Indra

The other various Animal Deities in Hindu Mythology

AKUPARA-the tortoise - on which Earth or Prithvi rests
ANTELOPE--- vehicle of Vayu and Chandra
ARVA --- mythical being half horse and half bird - one of the horses of the moon
BUFFALO --- vehicle of Yama
CERBURA --- the three headed infernal dog of the Krishna legend
CROW --- vehicle of Shani
DOG and HORSE --- vehicle of Shiva as Bhairava
JAMBAVANT ---  the king of bears - ally of Rama
MAKARA or JALAMPA --- the mythical sea monster - vehicle of Varuna (god of water)
MOUSE --- vehicle of Ganesha
NANDI --- the bull - vehicle of Shiva and Parvati
PARAVANI --- the peacock - vehicle of Kartikeya
PARROT --- vehicle of Kamadeva
RAM --- the he-goat - vehicle of Agni
SARAMA --- dog of Indra
SWAN --- vehicle of Saraswati and Brahma
TARKSHYA --- winged horse personifying the sun
TIGER and LION --- vehicle of Parvati as Kali and Durga
UCHCHAIH-SRAVAS --- the eight headed king of horses produced during the churning
of oceans

It is less to describe about the list of Hindu Gods Goddesses but here most of all has been covered.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

About GOD with full form

Hindu GODs

Full form of GOD and About God

G - Generator = The God Brahma, creator of the entire universe
O- Operator = The God Vishnu, one who sustains or looks after the whole universe
D- Destroyer = The God Shiva (Maheshwar) the power of his 3rd eye.

They are also known as Trinity or Trimurti or Tridev or simply as Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva.

The God is infinite - in regards to strength, space and time
The God is eternal (ultimate), The God is everywhere who does everything.
The God has no form of physical and his nature is totally beyond our conception.

The essence of worship is the belief that God has a number of physical form or nature that we can understand.

G - Generator = The God

O- Operator = The God Vishnu

D- Destroyer = The God Shiva (Maheshwar)

What The GOD does...
The God creates everything.
The God controls everything.
The God knows everything.

What The GOD does not do...

The God does not make any mistakes.
The God does not have contradictory emotions.
The God does not cause (basis) pain unjustly.

Friday, August 6, 2010

Hindu Lord Vishnu Images

God Vishnu Image

Image of Lord Vishnu seated on Garuda

Hindu Lord Vishnu Image

Hindu God Vishnu in shaded Image

Hindu God Vishnu Painting image

Hindu Lord Vishnu Painting

Lord Vishnu Picture on Garuda

Lord Vishnu Picture in painting

Lord Vishnu image in Meditation Form

Lord Vishnu Image riding on Garuda

Hindu Lord Vishnu Image at Sunrise


Hindu God Vishnu Sculpture Image

Hindu God Vishnu
Preserver of the Universe

Hindu God Vishnu Sculpture

Lord Vishnu Idol playing flute

God Vishnu Sculpture Image

Lord Vishnu Idol in a Silver Form

Lord Vishnu Sculpture Image
Lord Vishnu Idol holding Conch and Discus

Hindu Lord Vishnu Sculpture Image in Black Marble
Lord Vishnu Statue with vehicle Garuda

God Vishnu Sculpture in Black Marble

Lord Vishnu idol Riding on his Vehicle Garuda

Hindu God Vishnu Sculpture Image
Lord Vishnu Statue in a standing form

Lord Vishnu Sculpture
Lord Vishnu Statue in Black Marble-Standing form

Hindu Lord Vishnu Sculpture

Lord Vishnu Idol


Thursday, August 5, 2010

Hindu Lord Vishnu Wallpaper

Lord Vishnu Wallpaper

Vishnu Wallpaper

Wallpaper of Lord

Vishnu-Preserver Wallpaper

God Vishnu Wallpaper 

 Vishnu Image

 Hingu God Vishnu Wallpaper 

  Hingu God Enlightened Vishnu Wallpaper

Hingu God Vishnu Sculpture