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Idol worship is not supported in Vedas or Upanisha God do not have a form Balirha Puranic Gods are created by Brahmins human a Here is a verse from that: If Narayana simply means one of the name of God like Indra, Rudra etc, still it is not easy to translate it.

Among the Vedas, the Purusha Sukta is held in the highest esteem as it forms an integral part of suktma of the four Vedas. The Purusha Suktam is seen earliest in the Rg Veda, as the 90th Suktam of its 10th mandalam, with 16 mantrams. It is also referred to in smrtis, itihasas, puranas and Agamas.

It is so named because it extols the pre-eminence of Paramaatma -Sriman Narayana. Take the following verse from Purusha sukta: Hreescha the lakshmischa patnyou.

Balitha Suktam

Hree and Lakshmi are your wives, Day and night are your right and left, The constellation of stars your body, And Aswini devas your open mouth. It is clear that Narayana is the actual creator. When the above verses say that they have been created from different parts of God’s body, it is explaining the gigantic glory of God.


Here body doesn’t mean that God is limited and He is having a physical body like us. Balithz is a spiritual or transcendental body energy and mass can be converted back and forth from which this whole world is emanated. This is what Krishna showed in Bhagavad Gita.

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Vishwaroopa is the form taken by Krishna in the battlefield of Kurukshetra when Arjuna asked him to reveal his true form. In this form, Krishna no longer looks familiar.

He is neither cowherd nor charioteer. He is a magnificent being with countless legs and countless arms and countless heads, breathing fire, containing within himself all the things that exist — all the worlds, all the animate beings and inanimate objects. Gods headed by Brahma, Rudra, etc was seen this form. We belong to this category.


We are basically spirits and our consciousness self itself is borrowed from God’s energy. As per Balitha sukta from Rig-Veda 1. Sri Sukta, also called Sri Suktam, is a Sanskrit devotional hymn set of slokas revering Sri or Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth, prosperity and fertility.

The hymns are found in the Rig Vedic khilanis, which are appendixes to the Rigveda. Sri-Lakshmi is associated with Vishnu as his wife or consort in this hymns. Those who have read only impersonal aspect of God from Vedas should read this.


The Sri Sukta uses the motifs of lotus padma or kamala and elephantgaja — symbols that are consistently linked with the goddess Sri-Lakshmi in Puranas written later. The Sri sukta describes Sri as glorious, ornamented, royal, lustrous as gold, and radiant as fire, moon and the sun. The Sri Sukta of the Veda mentions the personal aspects of God in the following verses: Invoke for me, O Agni, the Goddess Lakshmi, who shines like gold, yellow in hue, wearing gold and silver garlands, blooming like the moon, the embodiment of wealth.

Invoke for me that unfailing Lakshmi, being blessed by whom I shall win wealth, cattle, horses and men.

Suktas – Madhwa Prachara Vedike

I am born in this country with the balihha of wealth. May the friend of the Lord Siva Kubera and Kirti fame come to me.

May these having taken their abode with me bestow on me fame and prosperity. I shall destroy the elder sister of Lakshmi, the embodiment of inauspiciousness and such evil as hunger, bwlitha, and the like. Drive out from my abode all misfortune and poverty.