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                           The Manu Smrithi says: In the beginning, all this existence was one undifferentiated, unmanifested, indefinable, unarguable and unknown in every way. From this condition arose the Universe of 'name and form' (Sanskrit: Namarupa), through the medium of the Self-existent Creator i.e swayambhu. The Hira ṇ yagarbha Sūkta of the Rig Veda  declares that God manifested Himself in the beginning as the Creator of the Universe, encompassing all things, including everything within Himself, the collective totality, as it were, of the whole of creation, animating it as the Supreme Intelligence. It is as follows.             Sanskrit Verse हिरण्यगर्भः समवर्तताग्रे भूतस्य जातः पतिरेकासीत । स दाधार पृथ्वीं ध्यामुतेमां कस्मै देवायहविषा विधेम ॥ hira ṇ yagarbha ḥ samavartatāgre bhūtasya jāta ḥ patirekāsīta | sa dādhāra p ṛ thvī ṃ dhyāmutemā ṃ kasmai devāyahavi ṣ ā vidhema || य आत्मदा बलदा यस्य विश्व उपासते प्रशिषं यस्यदेवा

"Manavuism"--My vision on "Hindu Trinity & Ashrama System" in Hinduism.

 Manavuism means to learn how to see God in an individual's way of life. The Hindu trinity is of Brahma,vishnu and Shiva. As per Hindu mythology they are respectively the creator, preserver and destroyer of the universe. They are also aligned as the transcendent Godhead, the cosmic lord, Vishnu and the cosmic mind, Brahma. In this regard they are called Sat-Tat-Aum, the Being, the Thatness or immanence and the Word or holy spirit.  The trinity represents the Divine in its threefold nature and function. Each aspect of the trinity contains and includes the others. Each God in the trinity has his consort. To Brahma is Saraswati,the Goddess of knowledge. For Vishnu is Lakshmi, the Goddess of love, beauty and delight. For Shiva is Parvati the Goddess of power, destruction and transformation. These are the three main forms of the Goddess, as Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva are the three main forms of the