The Brahmavas are the five holy texts of Hinduism.
The Bhagavad Gita and the Bhagvad Gata are the holy scriptures of Buddhism.
The Mahabharata is the sacred scripture of Christianity and the Ramayana is the holy scripture of Hindu Christianity.
The Kama Sutra is the Vedic scripture.
The Sutras of Patanjali are the sacred scriptures of Islam.
The Gita is the epic of the Mahabarata.
The Digha Nikaya is the Pali scripture.
A Brahmin may take his own name, but the majority of the world’s population chooses to use the title “Brahmin”.
What does this have to do with Brahmacharya?
Brahmakar, or Brahm, is a term that has become synonymous with “a saint”.
This is not a derogatory term, it is an actual name for a person of noble and distinguished birth.
According to the Vedas, the Brahams who live in this world are the “Srimad Bhagvi” or “Bhartis” or the “Praises”.
According to Hindu tradition, they are the sons of God, the founders of the universe, and the ancestors of all living beings.
In the Mahābhārata, the Buddha and the other disciples are the creators of the cosmos.
The Brahma Sutras are the scriptures of Brahman.
The texts that comprise the “sacred scripture” of Hindu religion, the Vedānta, are the highest scripture of all, the source of all religious knowledge.
Brahmā and Brahmika are the names of the four divine realms, the two highest realms, respectively, in the world of the spirits.
In Hindu philosophy, the word Brahman refers to the supreme nature, or ultimate reality.
The word Brahm is the root of the word brahman, meaning “god”.
Brahman is the divine substance, the substance of life, life in the highest form, or Brahman-ness, that is to say the highest being, the supreme being, that transcends everything.
In fact, Brahman means “supreme”, “highest”, or “supra-divine”.
It is this supreme being that Brahman has created, and it is the supreme reality that Brahmans existence is based on.
This supreme reality is Brahman, the Brahman that is the transcendent reality.
Brahman was the supreme creator of the material universe, the material world in which we live.
In other words, Brahmans creation is the creation of God.
It is the creator of life.
In this sense, the universe is created by Brahmans will.
Brahmans own will is the most powerful power in the universe.
This is why the universe has the same laws of physics and chemistry as the universe itself.
The universe exists by the laws of Brahmans power, and by the will of Brahmas creator.
The laws of nature are the laws by which the universe works.
These laws are the principles that define the universe and are the fundamental constants that govern the motion of the fundamental forces in the cosmos, the planets, the sun, the moon, and so forth.
These principles are called the fundamental laws of the nature of the elements, and they are eternal.
According the Vedanta, Brahmas will has created the universe through his divine power.
Brahmas creation is a matter of pure consciousness, the creation and existence of a god.
Brahmen created the cosmos by his own power.
This divine power was the source for the creation, the beginning of creation, and hence the origin of existence.
According a Buddhist, Brahmen is a self-realization, self-sustaining being, and a selfless creator.
This self-sufficiency of Brahmā is the source and the cause of all phenomena.
In short, Brahm is a transcendent being.
This transcendent Brahman or Brahma is the cause and the end of everything, because the Brahmans mind is self-conscious.
Brahm can be understood as an independent being who is without form or formless substance, without body, and without mind.
Brahmal, the term Brahm, means “in” or an object.
This means that Brahm exists in its own, selfless, selfsame substance.
According Buddhism, Brahms mind is the same as that of all sentient beings.
The Vedān also uses the term “soul”.
The Vedas says that Brahmas soul is Brahma.
According Buddhist philosophy, Brahma is the ultimate essence of the soul, or soul of Brahmens existence.
Brahms soul is eternal, selfexisting, selfsustained, and self-existent.
The Brahmans soul is not born or dies.
The soul is self existing, self existing and selfexisting.
It does not depend on any external entity for existence.
The Soul is the absolute source