Lord Brahma brass idol
Lord Brahma is the first of the Hindu Trinity. Brahma is the Creator God. Brahma is regarded as the Supreme being, the God of Gods. In the beginning Brahma was the Universe, he created Gods. After having created Gods, Brahma placed them in these worlds e.g.: AGNI in this world, Vayu in the atmosphere and Surya in the sky. Brahma generated the Gods and the entire world. Within him is the Universe. Brahma is a four headed God.He has four hands , each hand is holding a sacrificial tool (sruva), the Vedas (knowledge), a water pot (kamandalu) His vehicle is the goose (hans) which is known for its judgment between good and bad. Brahma's consort is Saraswati, the Goddess of learning.and a rosary respectively.Brahma appears seated on a lotus which is a symbol of glorious existence. Brahma's four heads represent the four directions (Poorab, Pashchim, Uttar and Dakshin), four Vedas (Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva) and the four Varnas (Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas and Shudras) in Hindu Religion. Brahma's abode is known as Brahmaloka, which is said to contain all the splendors of earth and of the heavens of the other Gods.
Brahma's vehicle or Vahana is a white swan or goose, which has magical abilities - it can separate soma and milk from water. Therefore the bird Goose, is also a symbol of sifting good from evil. Brahma's Consort Saraswati, is the Goddess of wisdom and science, the Mother of the Vedas, and the Inventor of the Devanagari script. Brahma is also believed to have created the Saptarishi, or seven great sages, to help him create the Universe. Birth of Lord Brahma According to the scriptures, Brahmaji was born on the lotus that had arisen from the navel of eternal ommipresent Lord Narayan Vishnu. During the period of deluge (Pralaya) all the creations was destroyed and the creatures that had gone into Maharloka (the fourth of the upper worlds according to the Puranas), take birth again on the earth as per their deeds. God who keeps an account of the innumerable deeds of those innumerable creature and arrange for their incarnations is called Brahma.
Details of Idol :-
- Metal ~ Brass
- Finish ~ Polished
- Weight ~ 1060 gms
- Height ~ 5.4 " ( 14 cms approx.)
- Base Length ~ 3.4" ( 9 cms approx.)
- Benefits ~ Blessings of Lord Brahma and during Brahma Sadhana