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Year: cerca 2900 to 3000 B.C.
The Brahma Samhita (Praises by Brahma) are prayers said by Lord Brahma, the first disciple of the disciplic succession started by Krsna. Lord Brahma, who has been given the task of material creation and checking the mode of passion, is himself created by Lord Krsna, through His navel. The bulk of the Brahma Samhita contains prayers said to Krsna by Lord Brahma.
Kaliyuga, the present age of quarrel and hypocrisy, the
Brahma Samhita was relatively unknown, until the
appearance of Lord Caitanya, who recovered Chapter 5
of the entire text. As a result, chapter 5 is the chapter that is read,
studied, and sung ever since. Spiritual initiation ceremonies are often began by
chanting the fifth chapter of the Brahma Samhita in
unison. George Harrison popularized two verses of the Brahma Samhita through the song “Govinda”
in the 1970 album “
Another text that is known is the Nrsimha prayers that were uttered by Lord Brahma to his son, Narada Muni.
UPDATED: July 23, 2010