Who is next Brahma Deva | Is Hanuman the next Brahma Deva

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Just before going to “Who is next Brahma Deva | Is Hanuman the next Brahma Deva“, let us know a brief, basic and very important information.

Lord Sri Hari (Vishnu) has created a group of Devatas / Demigods, who are called as Rujus (ऋजु / r̥ju / ruju) or simply Ruju.

Only this group of Devatas (Demigods) are allowed to be Lord Sri Brahma Devas at the beginning of each Maha Kalpa.

Rujus are at the highest Jeevas. They occupy the echelon immediately after Goddess Sri Lakshmi Devi.

The present Lord Sri Brahma Deva (His original name is Virinchi) and Lord Sri Mukhya Prana Deva (Lord Sri Vayu Deva) are also Rujus.

Rujus do not have any doshas / flaws and nor are they affected by the vikaras / deformity of the three gunas / qualities (sattva, rajasa, tamasa) like any other ordinary beings.

Rujus have uncompromised bhakti (devotion) in Lord Sri Hari (Vishnu).

Only Rujus are qualified to occupy the post of Lord Sri Brahma Deva (and Lord Sri Vayu Deva).

(The present Lord Sri Brahma Deva was in his last life was born as Lord Sri Vayu Deva.)

(Similarly, the present Lord Sri Vayu Deva will become Lord Sri Brahma in the next life, that is, in next Maha Kalpa.)

Others can’t occupy them under any circumstances or in any time / Kalpa.

Rujus do not have distortions even when they take birth as an avatar on the earth. 

There are infinite number of Rujus in Satya Loka (Brahma Loka).

Every Ruju, after sadhana (tapas) (divine penance / achievement / feat) of Lord Sri Vishnu for 100 Kalpas, gets the post of “Kalki” (not to be confused with the avatar of Lord Sri Vishnu by the same name).

Their relative position within Ruju-gana (Ruju group) keeps increasing and eventually they become (after 98 more Kalpas) Lord Sri Vayu Deva. Then, they reach the post of Lord Sri Brahma Deva.

The present Lord Sri Chatur Mukha Brahma Deva has completed his 50 years in the Satya Loka (according to Brahma Loka / Satya Loka calendar).

Lord Sri Chatur Mukha Brahma Deva has another 50 years of lifespan. Everybody who has taken birth has to die. 

From Lord Sri Brahma Deva or Lord Sri Rudra Deva all has to die. All of the Brahmanda (universe) has to be destroyed at some time or the other.

Just like we clean our house every now and then, Lord Sri Hari (Vishnu) who doesn’t have death will clean our Brahmanda on each of the Maha Kalpa

Except Lord Sri Vishnu and Goddess Sri Lakshmi Devi everything will perish.

But also we should remember that after every Maha Kalpa, a new creation will start, a new Lord Sri Brahma Deva will born, a new Sri Rudra Deva will born.

Everything will be done a fresh, as a new. 

Lord Sri Hari (Vishnu) is called the antaryami, this means, he is present in everybody, he knows everything,

he is called Paramatma, he is the real atma of everybody and thus he understand anything and everything of all.

Lord Sri Hari (Vishnu) sits inside the new Lord Sri Brahma Deva as antaryami and creates a new universe.

Lord Sri Hari (Vishnu) by himself does the protection works, Lord Sri Hari (Vishnu) does the maintenance works and also Lord Sri Hari (Vishnu) sits inside the new Lord Sri Rudra Deva (Shiva) & destroys the universe.

This process in Sanskrit is called as “रचना —> स्थिति —> लया | racanā —> sthiti —> layā | Creation —> Maintenance —> Dissolution

Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism) is existing since ‘adi kalam‘, that is, since unknown age, unknown time frame, unknown period

Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism) is not existing since only 5k or 3k years as many people say.

NO, absolutely NO. Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism) is existing since unknown age, unknown time frame, unknown period

Nobody knows the exact time frame of Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism), other then Lord Sri Hari (Vishnu) himself.

Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism) is just like a cycle.

After every Kalpa a new beginning starts and also similarly at the end of the Kalpa, the universe gets destroyed and again a new creation will start.

This is similar to any human being. A person dies and as per his / her Karma, a new life starts (punar janma / reincarnation).

This is the greatness of our Great Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism).

After Lord Sri Rama won the battle against the demon King Ravana, he reaches Ayodhya with all his supporters including Lord Sri Mukhya Prana Deva (Lord Sri Vayu Deva), that is, Hanuman.

Later to this, Lord Sri Rama gave ashirvadam (blessings) to Hanuman to become Lord Sri Brahma Deva in the next Maha Kalpa.

Similarly when Bhimasena (Bhima, the second of the Pandavas) killed the mighty Jarasandha.

After this, Lord Sri Krishna gave the ashirvadam (blessings) to Bhimasena (Bhima) to become next Lord Sri Brahma Deva.

(Note : Bhimasena / Bhima is an avatar of Lord Sri Vayu Deva, just like Hanuman).

This means, Bhimasena (Bhima) and Hanuman are the avatars of Lord Sri Mukhya Prana Deva, that is, Lord Sri Vayu Deva.

Similarly the third avatar of Lord Sri Mukhya Prana Deva is Sri Madhvacharya ji in the Kali Yuga.

When Sri Madhwacharya ji completed commentary on Brahmasutra Bhasya,

Lord (Sage) Sri Veda Vyasa Ji gave ashirvadam (blessings) to Sri Madhvacharya ji to become next Lord Sri Brahma Deva.

[Brahmasutra was originally written by Lord (Sage) Sri Vedavyasa Ji, who is an avatar of Lord Sri Vishnu.]

Note : The different avatars of Lord Sri Vayu Deva is explained in Rigveda, Mahabharata, Vayu Purana and other granthas that –

Hanuman (In Treta Yuga), Bhimasena (Bhima) (In Dwapara Yuga) and Sri Madhvacharya ji (In Kali Yuga) –

These three are the one and the same and are the avatars of Lord Sri Vayu Deva (Lord Sri Mukhya Prana Deva).

The 100 Rujus names is as given below:

1. Brahma (Virinchi) | 2. Vayu | 3. Latavya | 4. Gavya | 5. Vaktavya | 6. Jnatavya | 7. Bhaavya | 8. Svargavya | 9. Subhavya | 10. Sevya | 

11. Smartavya | 12. Kravya | 13. Gantavya | 14. Sakhya | 15. Drashtavya | 16. Kavya | 17. Mantavya | 18. Sankeertitavya | 19. Shrotavya | 20. Dashakula |

21. Jnana | 22. Gamya | 23. Sadakapi | 24. Sahana | 25. Subala | 26. Sadaarata | 27. Svamareta | 28. Shyama | 29. Kala | 30. Kali |

31. Kalisamharta | 32. Kalasusoochaka | 33. Sukaalagna | 34. Sukarta | 35. Kalakridana | 36. Maraka | 37. Upadeshta | 38. Amarshi | 39. Trana | 40. Prana |

41. Yagavartaka | 42. Yajvi | 43. Sukarta | 44. Yajna | 45. Danasusheela | 46. Tejasvi | 47. Sutapasvi | 48. Oja | 49. Sharada | 50. Dharmavineta |

51. Papavinashaka | 52. Mitra | 53. Sarvajit | 54. Sarvagna | 55.  Alampata | 56. Kapi | 57. Praagna | 58. Suveera | 59. Saarasvata | 60. Sulochana |

61. Chaarupada | 62. Chaarusubaahu | 63. Chaarvaanga | 64. Santushta | 65. Ananda | 66. Samtata | 67. Pramoda | 68. Moda | 69. Manu | 70. Rantimna |

71. Medhavi | 72. Suveerya | 73. Mahattara | 74. Jaya | 75. Mahabuddha | 76. Katthana | 77. Sankeerna | 78. Keertana | 79. Mahavijnana | 80. Vijnana |

81. Sandhyaata | 82. Shraddha | 83. Kharpata | 84. Sarshapa | 85. Anjana | 86. Vaikruta | 87.  Shuchi | 88. Sampoorna | 89. Dharmaja | 90. Saddharmagna |

91. Mahipati | 92. Sadhu | 93. Khashana | 94. Varchasvi | 95. Khandana | 96. Adharma | 97. Dharma | 98. Dasa | 99. Suteja | 100. Kalki |

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11 Comments

  • Unknown

    wrong stories and myths…..vishnu will destroy shiva it seems…vishnu is paramatma and shiva is paramporul…paramatma has moksha but paramporulis eternal…

    • Anonymous

      dear friend. we need to understand our bhAratiya sanAtana / shAstra dharma, before commenting anything. sri hari sitting inside sri mahAlakshmi devi will be destroying anything and everything including sri rudhra deva at every end of mahAkalpa. sri rudhra deva is not paramamoola. he is one of the jeevAtma. nowhere it is mentioned that sri shiva is the paramamoola. the real paramamoola or aadimoola is swayam sri hari / sri krishna / sri rAma. srimann nArayana is the ultimate, supreme, eternal, parmAtma, paramamoola, etc etc etc. sri gurubhyo namaha. om sri krishnAya namaha

    • Anonymous

      also, kindly note that sri hari is the giver of moksha / mukti. sri rudhra deva will get moksha from sri hari. srimann nArayana is the moksha / mukti pradAta. sri rudhra deva is called sri mahAdeva, because he is greatest among all the devatagan / demigods starting from sri indra deva, etc.

    • Aravindh Sharma

      I pray to the supreme brahman to show sympathy on you to enlighten your intellect and mind. Dear friend, Rudra is formless brahman who took form as shiva to protect us from halahala visha which came out while churning the ocean of milk. Shiva is always in an unmanifest form of brahman. Which manifest during mahapralaya as rudra and again will go back to his unmanifest form. Sri mahavishnu is also no different from shiva who preserves and regulates the universe and is immortal physical form of brahman. Both Shiva and Vishnu derived from the same brahman. Both are the same, there's no difference between hari and shiva. Let's hail the brahman which is source or all the sources. Even you and me belong to the same brahman. Though we think that we're jivatma. Eventually this jivatma will realize that it is paramatma. Jai Sree Krishna!

    • Vijay Kumar S Khatokar Bharatiya

      Dear Aravindh Sharma.

      First one should understand that there is only one Sri Parabrahma (as per you, it is Brahman). And this Parabrahma is the only Bhagavan. All others are followers of this Parabrahma.

      But according to you there are so many Parabrahma. One is Brahman, One is Mahavishnu, one is Shiva etc etc etc. With this you are telling that all are formless. If Parabrahma becomes formless, than how can you tell that God exists. In each and every grantha in Bharatiya Sampradaaya it is said that Parabrahma is having sahasraaska, sahaasrapaat etc. If this is true, than what you are telling is just a foolish thing.

      If you tell, there are multiple Brahman, than you don't have even an inch bit of understanding of our great sampradaya. According to Bharatiya shastra, only Lord Vishnu is the ultimate Bhagavan. He is the only God and all others are his followers inclucing Sri Brahmadeva, Sri Rudhradeva. etc.

      Please don't make fun of our sampradaya. It's not just another dharma. Bharatiya Dharma is the ultimate and all others are only corrupted form of our great dharma.

      Sri Krishnaaya namaha

  • Its me

    Is it true that hanuman ji is the incarnation of vayu dev? ……becoz I have listened that hanuman ji is the incarnation of Shri Rudra deva.

  • Prateeikk Prajapati

    Hari Hari. Kindly share the reference of the Rujus phenomenon. Where is it mentioned in shashtras about the Rujus. It’ll be very helpful to know that.

    And if it is Aptavakya,
    Kindly share which Acharyas spoke it in which bhasyas. Dhanyvad.

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