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Meaning of "Brahman"







In General

Brahman is the non-duel ultimate Truth which is basis of all the manifested and unmanifested being. Brahma, one of the Trimuti and Brahman are two entirely a different entities


Brahman is a key concept in Upanishad but in Samhita the word Brahman differently and means the Mantra, the potent word. Brahman is the voice of the rhythm which has created the world and creates it perpetually. The Universe is an expression or manifestation by the word. Brihaspati gives the word of knowledge, the rhythm of expression of the superconscient.

To Upanishads Brahman is same as Atman, the real existence of self.

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