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Brahma-God of Creation by molee Brahma-God of Creation by molee
Brahma the divine procreator and the one who was born out of the golden egg known as Hiranyagarbha.
this is same as the big bang theory where the entire universe has come from one dense singular mass.
the expansion(or bang) of the universe is known as one day of Brahma and the collapse of the universe is known as one night of Vedas the entire universe collapses in the distant future and is again created through the big bang and this process happens for about 100 Brahma years after which Brahma dies.
and after another 100 years of Brahma's death he is again reborn and the process continues.
the best thing is that in hinduism the universe is eternal in reality, and it agrees with the concept of parallel universes as it is said that every single universe has a Brahma.

The Symbols:

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 Brahmā indicates that He is actively involved in the process of creating the Universe.

The Crown – Lord Brahmā'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 Four Faces – The four Vedas (Ŗk, Sāma, Yajuh and Atharva). The Vedas Symbolises his four faces, heads and arms

God in the Vedas is a completely different the Vedas god is a not a separate entity somewhere in heaven but is the all encompassing reality or infinity and is called Brahman(not to be confused with Brahma and brahmin).
Brahman has no form,no gender,is omnipresent and is not a separate being,it has no beginning and no end,is neither bad nor good,is both existent and non-existent,as infinity is not existent(if it exists then it is not infinity) but is very much existent(as infinity obviously exists at the same time).
in advaita philosophy,everything is god and that includes you and me.the difference between us and a person like krishna,jesus,rama or muhammad is that they have realized this truth but we haven't.

after reading about Brahma from a number of scriptures i wonder if Brahma is an alien who was the cause of populating this planet with humans as it is mentioned that he's from another planet.
as Brahma is mostly described as the first Prajapati or procreator who populated various different planets.

It is mentioned that princess Revathi(wife of Balarama) visited Lord Brahma via a Vimana(Sanskrit term for airship). After her visit to Brahma,she sees that many tens of thousands of years have passed and her entire kingdom has gone and the world looks completely different and yet she didn't age throughout the trip... this story clearly is in terms with the theory of relativity.
so its a definite possibility that ancient Indians already knew about theory of relativity much before Albert Einstein... interesting isn't it?

but i have to agree sometimes it maybe a bit confusing.
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Sekai-Zero Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2016
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nudernalg Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
you are good
Achhonkar Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2015  Student Digital Artist
This is so Spectacularly Awesome !
Skillionaire Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2015
how do they fair against marvel and dc superheroes, assuming all this is mythology (I do believe it's real though)
jhbalaji Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2015
This is freaking awesome. Do post a big one. I'm willing to make a poster out of it in living room. Keep going!
Darachian Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2015
Great job in the Brahman project, i love the symbolic explanations and the nature of this entity. my thanks for sharing these wondrous arts with the rest of Brahman :)
AvinashTyagi Featured By Owner May 5, 2015
Well certain traditions view Brahman as impersonal, without form or personality/individuality, such as the Smartha 

Others view God as personal, such as those who follow Vishnu, Shiva or Shakti

There are even some traditions which viewed no need for a supreme god (Atheist traditions)

This is IMO the strength of Hinduism and why it continues to endure all these millenia

It's an extremely inclusive system of beliefs which allows for nearly any concept of god (or even lack thereof)
KidAlcapone Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2015
it looks like he is holding a tv remote
sagaraliasjackey Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
hi i have used this picture in my site. great work
ExoskeletonRUDRA Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2015
Awesome Dude just Nailed it .
organzadrone Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2014
This image has changed my impression of Brahma dramatically. What vision!
bloodyash24 Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2014
Aww, hell yes.
sin-and-love Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2014

I would also like to point out that, unless I'm mistaken, You Hindus belief that Brahman has three different manifestations: Brahman the creator, Vishnu the preserver, and Shiva the destroyer. These are your chief deities. This greatly resembles a central belief of we Christians called the trinity. That God is one being while also being three (Does the theory of quantum super positons make much much sense either?). God as one exists outside space-time and the universe, and also permeates space-time and the universe, and also is within space-time and the universe. God as three Consists of the following:

*God the father is the creator of the universe who reigns from on high and look upon all of the universe and all of time from "his" (We also believe that God is neither male nor female) ever-present here and eternal now.(Brahma the creator)
*God the Holy spirit is the sustainer and provider of all life and love and actually the ultimate source of any and all joy. The Holy Spirit is the Trinity member who speaks to us in our daily lives and our prayer's subtle answers the next hour, day, or week. (Vishnu the sustainer)
*God the Son is none other than Jesus himself. As Jesus (More accurately translated as "Yeshua"), God came down from infinity and eternity to become a finite human (imagine if you were to become an amoeba) in order to die for our sins. When coming to Christ we undergo a kind of death ourselves to emerge into the new life as something grander and more beautiful. (Shiva the destroyer.)

You Hindus are, as far as I know, the only surviving polytheistic religion (and a very popular religion at that), and it is my belief that the above is the reason why. 
AvinashTyagi Featured By Owner May 5, 2015
Hinduism is surviving because it is inclusive

Actually there are multiple schools of Hindu thought, Aastika schools, and many of the branches of Hinduism have widely differing views on Brahman

There are branches which are polytheistic, Monotheistic, Henotheistic, and even some that are Atheistic (in that they don't accept the need for a creator god), etc.

Some worship Vishnu as the supreme form of Brahman, others Shiva, or Shakti, etc.

Others believe in an impersonal concept of Brahman, more an energy or universal force than a being.
sin-and-love Featured By Owner May 5, 2015
Hmm. It doesn't sound like it's even a single religion to me.
AvinashTyagi Featured By Owner Edited May 5, 2015
It's more a synthesis of the beliefs and traditions of India

The term Hindu is derived from Persian (Sindhu) and  Arabic (Al-Hind) to describe those living around the Indus river.

Its why an alternative name of India is Hindustan (land of the Hindus)

The Supreme court of India gave a pretty decent simplified version of Hinduism in this quote:

"Unlike other religions in the World, the Hindu religion does not claim any one Prophet, it does not worship any one God, it does not believe in any one philosophic concept, it does not follow any one act of religious rites or performances; in fact, it does not satisfy the traditional features of a religion or creed. "
GNS1 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2014
Yes, Brahman is neither good, nor bad. It is intelligence, which separates very different things into parallel worlds so that everything and everyone can live peacefully and in their own prosperity.

Intelligence, or Solution, or Brahman (Nirguna), or The Holy Spirit, or Consciousness, or Miraculous Justice, are the same things, and the ultimate reality. This ultimate reality, which I personally call 'Solution', solves all of the problems for everyone and everything and is thus The formless, bodyless, genderless, invisible and unbiased God, as if the 2 laws of Thermodynamics apply on the whole of reality.
It even solves the problem of its own creation, sustenance and working, the only work, intent or will being to solve ALL of the problems. That is the secret. :-)

Saguna Brahman and Christian/Islamic God are the same persons, and yes, He is actually existent. :-)
Shutikuber Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014
Your creations are mind-boggling ! No second thoughts about that... But what takes it to another level are the descriptions that you pen below the pictures!! They are very intriguing and and pulled me to reading Indian Mythology. 
Keep up the great work!! keep them coming!!!
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ananthadi Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2014
This is breathtaking, friend. Do you sell copies? I'd like to have this illustration framed for my writing-den. My invigoration at viewing this urges me to make a request, hope you don't mind: I'd really like to see Vishnu and Shiva illustrated with similar perspective, maybe Vishnu reposing upon a giant serpent that contains an ecosystem within its form, with waterfalls and birds and animals, for he preserves this fragile balance, and Shiva among volcanoes and tsunamis for he is the destroyer. Great work. It's about time we're all treated to a bit of the grandeur of the forms of expression our ancients envisioned, and your amazing and unbridled contemporary interpretations go where stuffy and impecunious traditions can never reach. I can also see you creating a magnum opus interpretation of the vishwaroopam that Krishna revealed to Arjuna in the Gita. Keep it up! 
jaimemdes Featured By Owner May 16, 2014
what a beautiful work.
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ariieve Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
We got the user to remove the images, so never mind. 
molee Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
thanks so much man! :)
i reported it as well.
ariieve Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Glad I could help!
ariieve Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful work, by the way
ariieve Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
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I thought you'd like to know so you can report it as your intellectual property.
Ghawashama Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
This is truly awesome!!!
shravanrawal Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014  Professional Filmographer
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rogabully Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2013
grt interpretation
IndigoDesigns Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2013
This is stunning work. I loved your description of the mythology as well. I never realized how panentheistic Hinduism was. Very interesting!
tejx Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2013
This is awesome.. It will be nice to see the other 2 members of the trinity Shiva and Vishnu in similar light.. look forward to look at your future works.
DXaBe Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2013
Mollee inbox me info for using your artwork please. Or to be able to commission you if possible....
LinksDEVIANTDaily Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
That pose reminds me of Ganesha.
HelloMellow Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2013
I want this on my wall! Can I please buy it? :O
djkpat Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2013
this is really awesome man, and really like the description of hinduism, and i def. agree. You should also create an awesome indian super hero, seems like u got the chops for it and the obvious talent, creativity and skill, but yea keep up the awesome work!
IamBlueJigu Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Extreame Molee*        Innovative
creativesunny Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
abhijeetr2 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013
very beautiful can u please make a similar pic of lord shiva
Sankesh94 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2013  Student Digital Artist
awesome man
Le-petit-Demiurge Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Just a amazing work and research for a beautiful illustration. Thanks for the description and to make us dreaming with your art. :)
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ShinAkumaGouki Featured By Owner May 29, 2013
The description was great :) I didn't knew that much. The more i read about them the more curious i get about everything and the desire of knowledge keeps increasing , thanks for sharing.
CountessSadistic Featured By Owner May 20, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Featured [link] :heart:
LOBOsuave Featured By Owner May 8, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
VIVID lesson! Arrigato Gozimasu!
molee Featured By Owner May 10, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Doo itashimashite :aww:
cipher255 Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2013
sickk ! this will be my next tattoo ,you did a excellent job conceptualizing Lord Brahma
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