The Hindus consider Lord Brahma as the Creator of the Universe. Along with Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva, he forms the Holy Trinity. As creation is the work of the mind and the intellect, Lord Brahma symbolises the Universal Mind. From the standpoint of an individual, he symbolises one�s own mind and intellect. However, Lord Brahma has lost his claim to being a supreme deity. Today, there is no cult or sect that exclusively worships him, but there are a few temples dedicated to him. There are many myths around his origin and powers; his life reverberates with symbolism which needs to be understood. This beautifully-illustrated book explores all these aspects and serves as an excellent introduction to the Father of the gods, humans and demons.