The main deity of Hinduism is known as Brahma, the creator of the universe.
It is believed to have been born of the primordial Vishnu, who had the power to create everything from water to the stars.
In the scriptures, Brahma is often referred to as the creator God of the Hindus.
The Hindu gods are considered the most powerful beings on earth.
However, the origins of Hindu religion remain shrouded in mystery.
The Bible says that Brahma created the world from nothing, while the Vedas describe a universe created from nothing.
The earliest Hindu texts describe how Brahma was created by the sun.
The first book of the Rig Veda, the first Hindu book of scripture, tells the story of how the sun was created.
The Hindu gods of India were also believed to be gods of the sky, but this story is not mentioned in the Rig Vedas.
The word god, which is derived from the Indo-European root word, is used in several places in the Hindu scriptures to refer to a person or place.
The Vedas also mention a number of other deities that were believed to come from Brahma.
Among them, the Brahma of the South Indian region of Bihar is the patron deity of a number the South Asian people.
In India, Brahmins are believed to live in temples that worship Brahma and are called Bhadrakars.
The Rig Vadas mention a Brahman who is the supreme deity of the people.
According to the Rigva Sanatana Dharma, this is the Supreme Lord Krishna.
It is not known if the Vishnu created Brahma or if the god was created at some point in the distant past.
However, Hindu scriptures say that Vishnu’s name was “Brahmachar” which means “creator of all.”
It is believed that Brahmachar’s name means “good lord” in Sanskrit.
According to the Hindu Vedas, Vishnu is the creator god of the entire universe.
He is also known as the supreme being of all existence.
In addition, the Hindu texts also speak of the “Great Mother,” who is one of the three gods of Brahma’s creation.
The Mother is called Asura, meaning “mother of the gods.”
The Hindu god of fire is called Ananda.
According the Rigda Sanatana Dharmakaya, he is the one who created the universe out of nothing.
He also created the three Brahma-like gods: Vishnu (father), Ananda (mother) and Krishna (father).
It is also believed that Ananda created the sun, which was created from the fire of Brahman.
The Vishnu-created world is known by many names in India, but it is often called Brahman or Brahma in the Vedic texts.