Trimurti Religion: The Three Forms Of God

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Every religion has its own different set of beliefs. Each religion usually has their own way of teachings to the people who believe in that religion. Sometimes, one teaching of this religion may contradicts with that religion’s teaching. We, as people, can not judge or tell which religion has the best way of teaching or has the best deity. Religion is something that all depends on the believers’ heart. There is no right or wrong about choosing which religion to be a part of. Every religion has the concept of ‘gods’ but just in different perspectives and aspects. The same goes to Hindu Trimurti and Biblical Trinity. Hinduism is generally known as polytheistic. It simply means that Hindus worship more than one god. Hinduism is the religion which everything can be their gods. Animals, plants, and things around Hindus are their gods. Hindus are allowed to customise their gods in the shape or the way they want to. If they want a god to be like their mother, …show more content…
The origins of Trimurti is found in the Rig Veda. It is difficult to explain their existence and their true personalities because they belong to the highest realms of creation beyond human beings. The three divinities of the Trimurti represent God’s role of creation, preservation, and destruction.

Brahma, the Creator, who typically has coloured red which symbolizes the creative power of the sun. Brahma was actually born with five heads but was cut by Shiva so now he had four heads, four faces, and four arms. Brahma was born without a mother. He came from the lotus which came out from Vishnu’s navel at the beginning of the universe.

Vishnu, the Preserver, who incarnates for the protection of dharma and destruction of evil. Vishnu holds the highest status among the three. Vishnu is typically a four armed male which indicates his all powerful

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