This Marble Brahma is hand-crafted by our Murtikar’s and is craved out of one piece marble.
Since the idol is hand-crafted every piece has it’s own uniqueness.
Our states are specially hand painted with gold foil which never looses it’s charm and gives a lively feeling to the idols.
Our idols are securely packed individually wooden cases and shipped across taking utmost care.
Significance Of Brahma:-
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 Shiva’s role is to destroy it in order to re-create. Brahma’s job was creation of the world and all creatures. According to Hindu Philosophy, The universe is endless, had no beginning and end, it is in continues flux changing its form. Every one is duty bound and deities are no exception to this. Brahma is the least worshiped god in Hinduism today. There are only two temples in the whole of India devoted to him, compared with the many thousands devoted to the other two. Brahma has four heads and it is believed that from these heads came the four Vedas (the most ancient religious texts for Hindus). Some also believe that the caste system, or four varnas, came from different part of Brahma’s body.
He has four arms and is usually depicted with a beard.
Brahma’s consort is Saraswati, goddess of knowledge
Brahma’s white beard:
Brahma’s white beard symbolizes His age and His wisdom. The white beard arouses feelings of respect among people naturally.
The white swan is Brahma’s vahana because it has characteristics that none of the other 84 lakh incarnations in this world has. The swan is a bird that is capable of separating milk from water, even if they are mixed together. Similarly, Lord Brahma separates the good from the bad, providing full justice to His creations, no matter how entangled it may be.
Brahma and His vedas:
The Vedas have been around since the beginning of time. Brahma Himself had taken an incarnation to save the Vedas from the great deluge. This signifies that even if everything is destructible, the truth can never be destroyed. The Vedas also help Lord Brahma in recollecting the previous kalpas.
The rosary in Brahma’s hand denotes that we do not exist in this earth just to finish our purpose in life but in that process, we should also remember the Almighty, for our own welfare in this world.
The Kamandalu i.e. the coconut shell bowl, is held by Brahma to signify water, the primary element that caused creation. This kamandalu represents the continuous creation process.
Lord Brahma sits on a lotus flower. The significance of the lotus flower is that it rises from dirty soil and yet manages to stay pure and beautiful. Similarly, no matter where we are from, we should also stay pure and beautiful like the lotus flower, without letting our surroundings affect us.
Pushkar has the only Brahma temple in the world
Brahma’s Mantra Sandhana:
Brahma mantra sadhana is perormed to craete a brighter life. Brahma mantra sadhana is performed when life seems out of control and when there is no option other than to change the conditions.
- This Brahma mantra sadhana is a 1 day sadhana and is a Tantrokt Brahma sadhana.
- The Brahma mantra sadhana can be perfomed between 4 am to 5 am before sunrise only.
- Wear white clothes facing the north direction.
- Worship the Guru and chant 1 mala of Guru Mantra.
- Lit 4 diyas in each direction.
- Chant 11 mala of this Brahma mantra with Sphatik or Brahma Mala.
Clean Gently with a sponge dipped in a non caustic soapy water. and let it set dry. Do not rub to dry.
Do not use bleach, acids or harsh abrasives on marble.