Brahma Jyoti Poster depicting the creation of the universe according to the Vedas.
This Brahma Jyoti Poster is a colorful presentation of vedic creation, as described in the brahma-samhita,
The origins of the text known as Brahma-samhitaare lost in cosmic antiquity. According to Vedic tradition, these “Hymns of Brahma” were recited or sung countless millennia ago by the first created being in the universe, just prior to the act of creation.
From top to bottom: Krishna Svarupa-sakti with GolokaVrndavana Mathura Dhama Dvaraka Dhama Ayodhya Dhama Sveta Dvipa with the abodes of Vasudeva, Sankarsana, Aniruddha and Pradyumnalinking to Baladeva(Sandhini and the Nitya-siddha-parikaras Cit-jagat spiritual Worlds Madhurya Dhama Vaikuntha-Loka Narayana Expansions and PurusaAvatarasKaranodakasayi Visnu, Garbhodakasayi Visnu, Ksirodakasayi Visnu
The second quadruple expansion (Sveta Dvipa)with the abodes of Vasudeva, Maha-Sankarsana, Aniruddha and Pradyumna Asvarya Dhama Mount Kailasha with Sada Siva Brahmajiyoti (Krsna's effulgence)? (is in the middle of the poster, therefore naming the poster)Karana Ocean of Viraja River (Causal Ocean)Karanodakasayi Maha-Visnuunlimited universes emanate from the pores of His skin(below the bubble of) One Universe(among unlimited universes)GarbhodakasayiVisnuJada-Jagatthe different planetary systems, Higher planets like Satyaloka, Tapaloka, Janaloka, Maharloka, Svargaloka, Bhuvarloka, Bhurloka (earth planet) as the middle planet,and the lower planets like Atala, Viotala, Sutala, Talatala, Mahatala, Rasatala, and Patala (Pitrilokas and Hellish planets)on the bottom the GarbhodakaOceanand below Ananta Sesa with Lord Sankarsana(all the universes rest on his unlimited hoods)
On the right side from top to bottom the lineage of the Saktislike:Sri Radha (Hladini - ananda)Kaya-vyuha-rupa (Radha's bodily expansions)Premananda (pure love of Krsna)Maha-Laksmi-devi (and billions of other Laksmis)ParvatiBrahmananda (the all pervading impersonal bliss) (in the middle)(on the individual universal level) Durgadevi (shadow hladini-sakti)(and below)Jadananda (material pleasure)
On the very left side from top to bottom the selected verse numbers of Brahma-smhita referring to the particular part of creation, verses 1, 6, 12, 13, 14, 18, 20, 21, 22, and 26. On the very right side the English translations of those verses.