Name some gods and their duties in your religion?

India
December 30, 2008 1:44am CST
my religion is Hinduism, three Major Gods and Goddess are Lord vishnu - " The Protector" Lord Shiva - "The Destroyer" Lord Bhramha - "The Creator" mahalaxmi -goddess of wealth. and wife of lord vishnu parvathi- goddess of strength and power and wife of lord shiva. saraswathi- godess of education and wife of lord bhramha.
5 responses
@Ganesh44 (5547)
• India
1 Jan 09
Dear Friend I want te tell you about lord Krishna from Hindu relegion , Lord Krishna is very wonderful GOD Lord Kirshna Was born in Mathura India Lord Krishna loves butter ,flute,parrot,monkey .... Lord Krishna is most kind in my opinion... There is a book Lord Krishna orated himself that is The Geeta The holy book of Geeta can only be read by Lord Krishnas grace yes I am learning Geeta from Lord Krishna lol yes And I love Lord Krishna ...... Happy Mylotting Take Care Ganesh
@seeiloveu (100)
• India
1 Jan 09
I believe in the existence of Only One GOD, the Almighty; with no one sharing His Absolute Powers'!Being a Hindu or Vedanta, ou have not read the Holy Book, Bhagwat Gita, with alertness - It mentions the existence of Only One God ... So, from where did you pick up these three gods that you have mentioned ...?
@Galena (9112)
30 Dec 08
I tend to refer to them only as The Old Girl, and The Old Boy. they existed before language, so who would I be to try and give them a name. and I do not see that they have duties. they are the vast, creative force of the universe, so it's not about duties, they are what they are. the creators of the universe, and the driving force in nature.
• India
31 Dec 08
the only GOD i believe is JESUS . His duties are creating the people , saving them in times of danger and forgiving them when they do some mistakes .
@seeiloveu (100)
• India
1 Jan 09
I believe in the existence of Only One GOD, the Almighty; with no one sharing His Absolute Powers'!Being a Hindu or Vedanta, ou have not read the Holy Book, Bhagwat Gita, with alertness - It mentions the existence of Only One God ... So, from where did you pick up these three gods that you have mentioned ...?