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Creation of Universe

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In the beginning, Satpurush (Supreme God) was alone. There was no creation. First of all, Supreme God created four immortal loks (places) with the power of word (Shabad).

  1. Anami Lok which is also called Akah Lok.
  2. Agam Lok
  3. Alakh Lok
  4. Satlok

Then God acquired four forms in the four loks. He became famous in each of the four loks with four separate titles. He kept the title of -

  1. Anami Purush or Akah Purush in Anami Lok.
  2. Agam Purush in Agam Lok
  3. Alakh Purush in Alakh Lok
  4. Satpurush in Satlok

Then, God created a throne in each of the four loks with the power of word. He became seated like a King on each of the throne wearing crown etc.

Creation in Satlok

Then God did other creation in Satlok. With one word, He created 16 islands and one Mansarover (a lake in Satlok). Then with 16 words, He created 16 sons. Out of them, Achint, Tej, Sahajdas, Jogjit, Kurm, Ichha, Dhairya and Gyani have played the main role. 

Only Supreme God is All Powerful

To teach a lesson to his sons that no task is successful without the Almighty - "The work suits in the hands of the one skilled to do it. If someone else does it, he is sure to mess it up", Satpurush said to his son Achint - 'You do the rest of the creation in Satlok. I have given some power to you.' Achint created Akshar Purush with the power of his word. Akshar Purush was created young. He went to Mansarover (a lake) to have bath; he started floating on that water. After some time, he fell asleep. He went deep inside the lake. (In Satlok, the body is immortal. The body is not dependent on breaths there.) Akshar Purush did not come out of the water for a long time. Achint could not do further creation. Then Satpurush (Param Akshar Purush) went to Mansarover and took a handful of water. He created a huge egg out of it by word-power and creating a soul by word-power inserted it inside the egg and released the egg in water. As the egg descended in the water, it made a roaring sound by which Akshar Purush's sleep got disturbed. Akshar Purush looked at it in anger thinking - 'Who has woken me up?' When his anger struck the egg, the egg broke. A young bright man came out of it. He was named Kshar Purush. (He only later became known as Kaal.) Satpurush said to both of them - 'Both of you come out of water. Akshar Purush, you were asleep. All this has been done to wake you up.' Satpurush said to Akshar Purush and Kshar Purush - 'Both of you may live in Achint's lok.'

After some time, Kshar Purush (who is also called Jyoti Niranjan Kaal) thought that - 'we three are living in one lok. My other brothers are living in one island each.' Thinking this, he started doing meditation to obtain a separate island. Prior to this, Satpurush said to his son Achint that - 'You cannot do creation of nature. To teach you this very lesson, I asked you to do the rest of the creation. But Achint, you could not even wake Akshar Purush up. Now do not make any further attempts. I will do all the creation with the power of my word.  

Satpurush created infinite loks in Satlok and created other souls in all of them with the power of his word (shabd). All these loks were around the throne of Satpurush. Only male hans (human beings in Satlok are called Hans) live in these, and Supreme God has given power to them that they can give rise to their family (male hans) by word-power. They can only give rise to two sons. 

Kshar Purush (Jyoti Niranjan) started meditation. He did meditation for 70 Yugas (epochs). Satpurush asked Kshar Purush that - 'Why are you doing meditation?' Kshar Purush said - 'This place is less for me. I want a separate place.' In return for his meditation for 70 yugas, Supreme God (Satpurush) gave him 21 brahmands (universes) which were in the outer region of Satlok as if he was given 21 plots. Jyoti Niranjan (Kshar Purush) thought that there should also be some creation in these brahmands. For that, he again did meditation for 70 yugas. Then, Satpurush asked - 'What do you want now?' Kshar Purush said - 'Please give me the material for creating nature.' Satpurush gave him five elements (water, earth, fire, air and sky) and three gunas/qualities (Rajgun, Satgun and Tamgun) and said that - 'Do your creation with these.'

Kshar Purush again started doing meditation for the third time. When 64 yugas of him doing meditation had passed, Satyapurush asked - 'What else do you want?' Kshar Purush (Jyoti Niranjan) said - 'Give me some souls. I am feeling lonely.' How did Kshar Purush get the souls, please read ahead: -

How did We Come to Kaal's Lok?

When Kshar Purush (Jyoti Niranjan) was doing meditation standing on one foot, we, all souls, got attracted towards this Kshar Purush, just as young children get attracted to heroes and heroines; for no purpose at all. They start loving them in vain. The actors dance and jump to earn their livelihood and young children waste their money to see them. Similarly, abandoning our Supreme Father Satpurush, we started loving Kaal Purush (Kshar Purush) from heart. Turning away from the Supreme God who was giving us all the luxuries, we started loving this fake actor Kaal Brahm. Every now and then, Satpurush also uttered ethervoice several times that - 'Children, do not look at this Kaal's act. Ignore him.' We became alert superficially, but kept loving him from inside. Supreme God is Omniscient. He realised that - 'They do not deserve to be kept here now.' When Kaal Purush (Kshar Purush = Jyoti Niranjan) obtained rewards on doing meditation twice, he thought that now some souls should also live with me. I feel lonely on my own. Therefore, he started doing meditation to obtain souls. After doing meditation for 64 yugas, Supreme God asked - 'Jyoti Niranjan, why are you doing meditation now?' Kshar Purush said - 'Grant me some souls. I feel lonely on my own.' SatPurush said - 'I can give you more brahmands in return for your meditation, but I will not give my souls. These have arisen from my body. Yes, if they themselves want to go, then they can go.' On hearing Yuva Kavir's (All-Capable Kabir's) words, Jyoti Niranjan came to us. We all hans-souls were already attracted towards him. We surrounded him from all sides. Jyoti Niranjan said, "I have obtained 21 separate brahmands from Father. I have built several luring places there. Will you come with me?" We all souls who are today suffering in these 21 brahmands said that we are ready, if Father permits. Then Kshar Purush (Kaal) went to Purna Brahm Mahan Kavir (All-Capable Kabir God) and told Him everything. Then Kaviragni (Supreme God Kabir) said that - 'I will allow those who will give consent in front of me.' Kshar Purush and Param Akshar Purush (Kaviramitauja/ Almighty Kabir) both came to all of us hans-souls. Sat KavirDev (Eternal God Kabir) said, "Whichever soul wants to go with Brahm, he should give his consent by raising his hand." Nobody dared in front of their Father. Nobody gave consent. There was pin drop silence for a long time. Thereafter, one soul dared and said, "Father, I want to go". And then in imitation of him, all of us souls [who are now trapped in Kaal's (Brahm's) 21 brahmands] gave consent too. Supreme God Kabir told Jyoti Niranjan that - 'You may go to your place. I will send all those souls who have given consent to go with you, to you.' Jyoti Niranjan went to his 21 brahmands. Till then, these 21 brahmands were in Satlok only.

Later, Purna Brahm (Supreme God) gave a girl's appearance to the soul who gave the first consent, but did not create any female genitals on her. He inserted all the souls (who had consented to go with Jyoti Niranjan/Brahm) in that girl's body and named her Ashtra (Aadi Maya / Goddess Prakriti / Durga), and said that - 'Daughter, I have granted you 'word-power' (shabd shakti). You may produce as many living beings as Brahm says.'

Purna Brahm KavirDev (God Kabir) sent Goddess Prakriti to Kshar Purush through His son Sahaj Das. Sahaj Das told Jyoti Niranjan that - 'Father has inserted all those souls who had consented to go with you in this sister's body and has granted word-power to her. Prakriti will produce as many living beings as you want with her word (shabd).' After saying this Sahaj Das returned to his dweep (island).

The girl, being young, looked beautiful. Sexual desires arose in Brahm and he started misbehaving with Goddess Prakriti (Durga). Durga said - 'Jyoti Niranjan, I have the power of word granted by Father. I will produce as many living beings as you will say. Please do not start the custom of intercourse. You have also originated from the same Father's word, from an egg, and I have also later originated from that same Supreme Father's word. You are my elder brother. This act between a brother and a sister will lead to a heinous sin.' But Jyoti Niranjan ignored all appeals of Goddess Prakriti and by his word-power made female genitals with his nails on Prakriti's body and tried to rape her. Immediately, seeing no other way out to save her honour, Durga acquired a subtle form and via Jyoti Niranjan's opened mouth, entered his stomach. From there, she prayed to Supreme God Kavir Dev to save her.

Instantly, KavirDev (Kavir Dev / God Kabir), acquiring the appearance of His own son Yog Santayan alias Jogjit, appeared there, and taking the girl out of Brahm's stomach, said that - 'Jyoti Niranjan, from now on you will be called 'Kaal'. You will have births and deaths and therefore, your name will be Kshar Purush. Every day, you will eat one-lakh human beings and produce a lakh and a quarter. Both of you, along with the 21 brahmands, are expelled from here.' As soon as He said this, the 21 brahmands started moving from there like an aircraft. They went past Sahaj Das's dweep (island) and stopped at a distance of 16 Sankh Kos {one Kos is approximately 3 k.m.s; 1 sankh = one hundred quadrillion; so, 16 sankh kos = 4800 quadrillion k.m.s} from Satlok.

Special description: - Until now there has been a description of three powers.

  1. Purna Brahm (Complete God) who is also known by other similar names, like SatPurush, AkaalPurush, Shabd Swaroopi Ram, Param Akshar Brahm/Purush etc. This Purna Brahm is the Master of infinite brahmands (universes) and is immortal in reality.
  2. ParBrahm, who is also known as Akshar Purush. He is not immortal in reality. He is the master of seven sankh (700 quadrillion) brahmands.
  3. Brahm, who is known by Jyoti Niranjan, Kaal, Kael, Kshar Purush and Dharmrai etc names. He is the master of only twenty-one brahmands. Further, a description of the creation of one brahmand of this Brahm (Kaal) will be given, in which you will read three more names - Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiv.

Difference between Brahm and Brahma

After creating three secret places in one brahmand's highest place, Brahm (Kshar Purush) himself resides there in Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiv form, and with the cooperation of his wife Prakriti (Durga), gives rise to three sons. He keeps their names also as Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiv only. Brahma, who is the son of Brahm, is the minister (master) of Rajgun department in only three loks (Earth, Heaven, and Nether World) in one brahmand. He is called Trilokiye (of the three loks) Brahma. And Brahm, who lives in Brahmlok in Brahma-form, is called MahaBrahma and Brahmlokiye (Brahma of Brahm lok) Brahma. This Brahm (Kaal) is also called SadaShiv, MahaShiv, and MahaVishnu. 

Evidence in Shri Vishnu Puran: - Part-4, Chapter 1 on Page 230-231

  • Shri Brahma ji said - The Unborn, All-containing, Ordainer Supreme God whose beginning, middle, end, form, nature and essence we are unable to know. (Verse 83)
  • Who by acquiring my form, creates the world; at the time of preservation who is in the form of Purush, and who in Rudra form swallows the world; he holds the entire universe with an endless form. (Verse 86)

Birth of Shri Brahma, Shri Vishnu and Shri Shiv

Kaal (Brahm) said to Prakriti (Durga) that - 'Who can harm me now? I will do whatever I want.' Prakriti again pleaded with him - 'Have some shame. Firstly, you are my elder brother because you (Brahm) were born from an egg by the word-power of the same Complete God (KavirDev), and later I was also born from the same Supreme God's word. Secondly, I have come out of your stomach, so I am your daughter now and you are my father. It would be highly sinful to malign these pure relationships. I have the word-power granted by father. I will produce as many living beings as you will say with my word.' Jyoti Niranjan ignored all appeals of Durga and said that - 'I have already received the punishment I deserved; I have been expelled from Satlok. Now I will do whatever I wish.' Saying this, Kaal Purush (Kshar Purush) forcefully married Durga who then gave birth to three sons (Brahma ji - equipped with Rajogun, Vishnu ji - equipped with Satogun and Shiv Shankar ji - equipped with Tamogun).

Brahm keeps the three sons unconscious through Durga until they grow up. When they grow up, Brahm brings Shri Brahma ji back to consciousness on a lotus flower, Shri Vishnu ji on a snake bed (Shesh Shaiya) and Shri Shiv ji on a Kailash mountain, and then assembles them together. Thereafter, Prakriti (Durga) gets these three married off. Then they are appointed as ministers of one department each in three Loks [Heaven (Swarglok), Earth (Prithvilok) and Nether world (Patal lok)] in one brahmand. Like, Shri Brahma ji of Rajogun department, Shri Vishnu ji of Satogun department and Shri Shiv/Shankar ji of Tamogun department; and Brahm himself holds the position of Chief Minister in a concealed manner (MahaBrahma - MahaVishnu - MahaShiv).

In one Brahmand, Brahm has created one Brahmlok. In that, he has built three secret places. One is Rajogun-dominated place where this Brahm (Kaal) himself lives in MahaBrahma (chief minister) form and keeps his wife Durga in MahaSavitiri form. The son, who is born from their union in this place, automatically becomes Rajoguni. The second place has been built Satogun-dominated. There this Kshar Purush himself lives in MahaVishnu form and keeping his wife Durga in MahaLakshmi form gives birth to a son whom he names Vishnu. This child is endowed with Satogun. This Kaal has also built a third Tamogundominated place there. There, he himself lives in SadaShiv form and keeps his wife Durga in MahaParvati form. They name the son, who is born from their husband-wife behaviour, as Shiv and endow him with Tamogun. (For reference see Holy Shri Shiv Mahapuran, Vidhveshwar Sanhita, Page 24 - 26 in which apart from Brahma, Vishnu, Rudra and Maheshwar, there is Sadashiv; and Rudra Sahita, Chapter 6, 7 and 9, Page no. 100 to 105 and 110, translator Shri Hanuman Prasad Poddar, Published from Gita Press Gorakhpur; and Holy Shrimad Devi Mahapuran, Third Skand, Page no. 114 to 123, published from Gita Press Gorakhpur, translator - Shri Hanuman Prasad Poddar, Chiman Lal Goswami). Brahm keeps these three in ignorance, and for his food, gets living beings produced by Shri Brahma, preserved by Shri Vishnu (by developing love and affection in everyone to keep them in Kaal lok) and destroyed by Shri Shiv [because Kaal Purush has to take out the grime from the (sukshm shareer) subtle bodies of one-lakh human beings to eat it, because of the effect of the curse on him. For that, there is a piece of rock (tapatshila) in the twenty-first brahmand, which automatically remains hot. He melts the grime on it and then eats it. Souls do not die, but the pain is unbearable. Then, on the basis of their (karmas) actions, he grants other bodies to the souls].

For example, there are three rooms in a house. If in one room, there are indecent pictures on the wall, then on entering that room, vulgar thoughts crop up in one's mind. In the second room, if there are pictures of sages, saints and devotees, then good thoughts keep emerging in the mind and one only remains engrossed in the thoughts of God. In the third room, if there are pictures of patriots and martyrs, then similar passionate and zealous thoughts arise in mind. Similarly, Brahm (Kaal) with his wisdom has created the above-mentioned three places dominating in the three qualities (gunas). 

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