Brahm (the absolute, the supreme) is the name of the highest purely spiritual divine essence in the religion of India, of whom the other gods are but servants. He is not an object of worship, but is revealed in the triad- Brahma, the creator; Vishnu, the preserver; and Siva, the destroyer. The Indians glorify him by innumerable surnames, such as Abyiagoni (creator of the clouds and the seas), Anadi (he who had no beginning), Narayana (mover of the original waters), Parabrama (the endless), Parama (the benefactor), Suayambhu (he who exists by himself), etc.

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