Supreme Brahman in Hinduism
Mahabharata, Santi Parva, Section CCLXXX says:
Know that this entire universe is under the control of one divine Being. The Veda that is in the soul.......regards the unity of various creatures. When a living creature realizes this unity in consequence of true knowledge, he is then said to attain to Brahman.
Mahabharata, Vana Parva, Section CCLXX says:
The Supreme Spirit hath three condition, In the form of Brahma, he is the Creator, and in the form of Vishnu he is the Preserver, and in his form as Rudra, he is the Destroyer of the Universe.
Brahman exists in different names and forms.
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