Lord Vishnu's Departure in Search of His Father Brahm (Jyoti Niranjan / Kaal)

Lord Vishnu's Plan to Find His Father Jyoti Niranjan/Kaal Brahm

Hindu God Lord Vishnu amongst devotee society is believed to be the upholder of law, he is the preserver and the giver of boons. He is blessed by his mother goddess Durga to be worshipped in the whole world because of his honesty and truth which clarifies the fact that why is Vishnu so important?

Although, the fact remains, that similar to Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Shiva too are ignorant about who their father is? Therefore, they too made efforts to search their father, the same way as their elder brother Brahma Ji did.

Let us try to understand the following concepts:-

  • Why did Lord Vishnu depart to search his father Brahm-Kaal?
  • Where did Lord Vishnu go in search for his father?
  • Evidence Lord Krishna is Lord Vishnu’s incarnation
  • Incarnation of cursed Sheshnag in Dwaparyug 
  • Lord Vishnu being blessed by His Mother Durga
  • Why is Vishnu so important?
  • Did Lord Shiva meet his father?
  • Rajas-Brahma, Satva-Vishnu, Tamas-Shiva  
  • Evidence in Ved that God is in form
  • Arbitrary worship does not provide salvation
  • Shrimad Bhagavad Gita - Vow of Brahm-Kaal to remain unmanifested / invisible
  • Creation in Brahmlok of Kshar Purush
  • Bhakti Yug - Liberation of souls

Why did Lord Vishnu depart to search for his father Brahm-Kaal?

Evidence pious Kabir Sagar and Swasamved - Vishnu's Departure in Search of His Father Brahm -Kaal and Being Blessed by His Mother Durga

Lord Brahma tried to search for his father but in vain. This raised curiosity in Lord Vishnu as well. After the instructions given by his mother Durga Lord Vishnu departed to search his father Brahman - Kaal. Mother Goddess Durga (Prakriti) asked Lord Vishnu, "Son, you may also search for your father."

Where did Lord Vishnu go in search for his father?

Lord Vishnu, in search for his father (Kaal-Brahm / Brahman), went to Patal lok (Nether world), where there was 'Shesh Naag'. On seeing Lord Vishnu entering into his jurisdiction, he sprayed his venom furiously on Vishnu Ji. Vishnu's skin colour turned black under the effect of the venom, as if he was spray-painted. This is the reason why Lord Vishnu’s colour is black. Vishnu thought of teaching the snake a lesson. Jyoti Niranjan (Kaal / Brahman) thought of pacifying Vishnu and through an ether voice, ordered Lord Vishnu to go back to her mother (Prakriti Devi / Ashtangi / Bhavani) and narrate the entire true account.

Evidence - Lord Krishna is Lord Vishnu’s incarnation

Jyoti Niranjan (Kaal / Satan / Devil / Shaitan) also said to his son Lord Vishnu that whatever trouble Sheshnaag has caused you now, you may take its revenge in Dwaparyug. In Dwaparyug, you (Lord Vishnu) will incarnate as 'Krishna', and Sheshnaag will incarnate as a snake named 'Kalindri' in Kalideh (a river). This proves that ‘Kalindri’ was the incarnation of cursed Sheshnag in Dwaparyug.

Unch hoi ke neech sataave, taakar oel (revenge) mohi so paavae | 
ऊंच होई के नीच सतावे, ताकर ओयल मोहि  सो पावे |

Jo jeev deyi peer puni kahoon, hum puni oel divaavein taahoon ||
जो जीव देई पीर पुनि कहु, हम पुनी  ओयल दीवावे ताहू ||

Lord Vishnu being blessed by His Mother Durga

Honesty became boon for Lord Vishnu. Unlike Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu did not lie with his mother Durga. He narrated truth. An important concept which needs to be highlighted to the devotees is that Durga has mislead her three sons that the thousand lights seen through meditation are the reflection of Jyoti Niranjan ie. their father. Then, Lord Vishnu came to his mother (Bhavani) and told the truth that I did not see father. Mother Durga (Prakriti) was very pleased to hear the truth and said, "Son, you are truthful. Now I will introduce you to your father by my power and will remove all your doubts."

Kabir Vani – 

Kabir dekh putra tohi pita bhitaun, tore man ka dhokha mitaun | 
कबीर देख पुत्र तोहे पिता बताऊं, तोरे मन का  धोखा मिटाऊं |

Man swaroop karta keh jaano, man te dooja aur na maano | 
मन स्वरूप करता कहे जानो, मन ते दूजा और ना मानो |

Swarg patal daur man kera, man asthir man ahae anera | 
स्वर्ग पाताल दौड़ मन केरा, मन अस्थिर मन है अंनेरा |

Nirankar man hi ko kahiye, man ki aas nish din rahiye | 
निरंकार मन ही को कहिए, मन की आस निस दिन रहिए |

Dekh hoon palti sunya meh jyoti, jahan par jhilmil jhalar hoti ||
देख हूं पलटी सुनिया मैं ज्योति, जहां पर झिलमिल झालर होती ||

In this way, Mother Durga told Vishnu that man (mind) is the Doer of the world (which governs the world); this only is Jyoti Niranjan. The thousand lights, which you see in meditation, only is his (Brahm's) appearance. The sound of conch shells and bells etc. which you hear are Brahm's only, and are ringing in Mahaswarg. 

Why is Vishnu so Important?

Mother Durga said that son, you are the king of all gods and I will fulfill all your wishes and tasks. You will be worshipped in the whole world because you have told me the truth. This is the reason why is Vishnu so important. He is blessed to be worshipped.

It is a particular habit of all the living beings in Kaal's twenty-one brahmands that they try to uselessly glorify themselves. Like, Durga is telling Vishnu Ji that you will be worshipped in the world. I have shown your father to you. Durga misled Vishnu by only showing him the light. Shri Vishnu Ji also started explaining this state of God to his followers that only God's light is visible. God is formless.

  • Note:- Aforesaid proves Jyoti Niranjan (Kaal,) does not appear in his original form. He remains unmanifested/invisible (Gita Adhyay 7 Shlok 24 & 25). The thousand lights seen to Lord Vishnu mislead him to believe that God is formless and no one can have a vision of God. The same wrong spiritual concept has flown since ages by earlier Sages and Maharishis due to which devotees are kept in dark whereas all holy scriptures provide evidence that God is in human form. He has made humans like him. God walks, talks and meets virtuous souls. He incarnates in body on this earth. Imparts true spiritual knowledge in the form of a Tatvadarshi Sant and helps souls attain salvation.

Did Shiva Meet His Father?

After this, Aadi Bhavani (Durga) went to Shiva (Rudra / Mahesh / Mahadev) and said that Mahesh, you may also search for your father. Both of your brothers did not get to see your father. I have given them whatever I had to. Now you may ask whatever you want.

Mahesh said, "Oh, mother! If both of my elder brothers did not get to see father, then it will be useless for me to try’. This proves that Shiva (Rudra / Mahesh / Mahadev) did not meet his father rather he requested for boon from Durga Ji. 

  • Shiva said ‘Please give me such a blessing that I may become immortal (mrityunjaya / win over death). Mother said, "I cannot do this. But, I can tell you a method by which you will attain the longest life. The method is meditation (therefore, Mahadev Ji mostly remains in meditation)."

Rajas - Brahma, Satva - Vishnu, Tamas - Shiva

In this way, Mother Durga (Ashtangi / Prakriti) distributed the respective departments to her three sons -

  • Lord Brahma to create bodies of 84 lakh species of life in Kaal lok (21 Brahmands of Kaal are also called Kaal Lok) i.e. gave him the department of producing living beings by compelling them for reproduction of offsprings under the effect of Rajogun/Rajas.
  • Lord Vishnu, the department of nurturing these living beings (according to their actions), and maintaining the state by developing love and affection ie. equipped him with Satogun/Satav.
  • Lord Shiv Shankar (Mahadev), the department of destruction because their father Jyoti Niranjan (Brahman) has to daily consume one-lakh human beings ie. equipped him with Tamogun/Tamas.

Note: Here a question will arise in the mind that how does creation, preservation and destruction occur by Brahma, Vishnu and Shankar. 

These three live in their own loks. Like, these days to run the communication system, satellites are launched above in the sky, and they run the communication system on the Earth. Similarly, wherever these three gods live, the subtle (suksham) waves of the gunas (qualities) radiating from their bodies automatically and maintain an effect on every living being in the three loks. The above-mentioned description is of Brahm's (Kaal) creation in one Brahmand. There are twenty-one such brahmands of Kshar Purush (Kaal).

But Kshar Purush (Brahm / Kaal / Brahman) himself never appears (ie. remains unmanifested / invisible) before anyone in his visible form i.e actual bodily form. The three gods (Trimurti - Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiv) did not see Brahm (Kaal) despite doing worship to the best of their ability based on the methods mentioned in the Vedas to achieve him (Kaal).

Evidence in Veda - God is in form

Later, Rishis (sages) read the Vedas. In it, it is written that "AgneH Tanur Asi" (Holy Yajurved, Adhyay 1, Mantra 15) - the Supreme God has a body ie. God is in form

In Holy Yajurved, Adhyay 5, Mantra 1, it is written that "AgneH Tanur Asi Vishnve Tva Somasya Tanur Asi". 

In this mantra, Ved is stating twice that the omnipresent and preserver of all, Sat Purush (Supreme God), has a body.

In Holy Yajurved, Adhyay 40, Mantra 8, it is said that (Kavir Manishi) the God for whom every living being is yearning, He is Kavir i.e. Kabir.

The qualities of the Supreme God have been described

  • His body is without blood vessels (Asanaaviram ) and is devoid of a physical body (Akaayam ) made up of the five elements formed from seminal fluid (Shukram´). 
  • That Master of all is seated in the topmost Satlok. 
  • That Supreme God has a self-illuminated (Swarjyoti) body made up of the masses of lights (Tejpunj), which is in Shabd/word-form i.e. is eternal. 
  • He is the same KavirDev (Supreme God Kabir) who is the creator of all the brahmands (Vyaddhata)
  • (SwayambhuH) who appears Himself i.e. is self-existent (Yatha tathya arthan ) in reality (Shashvat´) is eternal (this is also evident in Gita, Adhyay 15, and Shlok 17). 
  • It means that the name of the body of the Supreme God is Kabir (Kavir Dev). 
  • The body of that Supreme God is made up of the element of light. 
  • The body of God is very subtle and becomes visible to only that worshipper whose divine vision has opened up.

Similarly, the living being also has a subtle body that is covered by a layer i.e. body made up of the five elements which is formed from the seminal fluid (shukram ) by the union of mother-father. Even after leaving the body, the subtle body remains with a living being. That body is only visible to a worshipper whose divine vision has opened up. Understand the state of the Supreme God and a living being in this way.

Arbitrary worship does not provide salvation

In Holy YajurVeda chapter 40 shlok 15, there is an evidence of chanting (Sumiran) 'Om ' mantra, which is only worship of Brahm/Brahman. With this aim, considering the 'Om ' mantra as of the Purna Brahm, sages (Rishis) tried to attain God by meditating (hath yog) for thousands of years. But did not see God, just gained supernatural powers (siddhis). By playing with those siddhis-like toys, the sages remained in the cycle of life and death and wrote God as 'formless' in the books based on their own experiences. This proves that arbitrary worship does not provide salvation.

Shrimad Bhagavad Gita - Vow of Brahm-Kaal to remain unmanifested / invisible

Brahm (Kaal) has pledged that I will never appear before anyone in my real form. I will be considered 'invisible' ('invisible' means that somebody is in form but does not manifest personally in physical form. Like, in the daytime the sun disappears as the sky becomes cloudy. It is not visible, but in reality, is present as it is behind the clouds; this state is called 'invisible' / unmanifested). [For evidence see Gita, Adhyay 7, Shloka 24 -25; Adhyay 11, Shloka 47, 48 and 32].

Brahm (Kaal / Brahman), the narrator of the Holy Gita Ji, by entering into Shri Krishan Ji's body like a ghost, is saying, "Arjun, I am an enlarged Kaal and have come here to eat everyone. This is my original appearance, which neither could anybody see before you nor would anyone be able to see in the future. This means that nobody can see this original form of mine by the method of Yagya-jap-tap (Gita Adhyay 11 Shlok 32 to 48) and the 'Om ' naam etc. mentioned in the Vedas. I am not Krishna; these foolish people are considering the invisible/unmanifested me, as being visible/manifested (in human form) as Krishna because they are unaware of my bad policy that I never appear before anyone in this original Kaal form of mine. I remain hidden by my Yogmaya (Gita Adhyay 7 Shlok 24-25). 

In Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Adhyay 8 Shlok 13 and Adhyay 3 Shlok 10-13 Brahm-Kaal says ‘My mantra is ‘OM’. He further clarifies that seekers who worship him ie. chant ‘OM’ mantra remain in recurrence (Gita Adhyay 8 Shlok 16). They are never relieved from his trap and remain in the vicious cycle of birth and rebirth. Therefore, in Gita Adhyay 7 Shlok 18 he calls his worship to be inferior (Anuttam).

If a father does not even appear before his sons, then there is a fault in him because of which he is hidden, and is also providing all the facilities to them. Kaal (Brahm) has to daily eat one-lakh human beings because of the curse on him. He has created 84 lakh births/life forms (yoni) to fix the extra 25 percent born daily and to make them bear the punishment for their actions (Karmas).

If Brahm eats someone's daughter, someone's wife, someone's son, and mother-father in front of him or her then everybody will start hating him, and whenever the Supreme God Kaviragni (God Kabir) comes himself or sends any messenger (sandeshvaahak) of his, then all human beings, by doing true devotion (Sat-bhakti) will get out of Kaal's trap. Therefore, Brahm deceives everyone. He also mentions the salvation (Mukti) from his devotion as 'the worst' (Anuttamam ) and his policy as 'worst' (Anuttam ) in Holy Gita, Adhyay 7, Shlok 18, 24 and 25.

Creation in Brahmlok of Kshar Purush

In the Brahmlok in every brahmand, Jyoti Niranjan (Kaa/Brahmanl) has built a Mahaswarg. In a Mahaswarg (Great Heaven), at one place he has created a fake Satlok - fake Alakh lok - fake Agamlok and fake Anami lok through Prakriti (Durga / Aadi Maya) to deceive human beings.

There is a Shabd (hymn) of God Kabir "Kar naino deedaar mahal mein pyaara hai" (कर नैनो दीदार महल में प्यारा है) 

In it there is a speech that

"Kaaya bhed kiya nirvaara,                 “काया भेद किया निरवारा, 

yeh sab rachna pind manjhaara hai             यह सब रचना पिंड मंझारा है, 

Maya avigat jaal pasaara,                 माया अविगत जाल पसारा,    

so kaarigar bhaara hai                 सो कारीगर भारा है,

Aadi Maya kinhi chaturaai,                 आदि माया किनहीं चतुराई, 

jhuthi baaji pind dikhaai,                झूठी बाजी पिंड दिखाई,  

avigat rachna rachi und maahi,             अविगत रचना रची अंड माही, 

vaaka pratibimb daara hai "                वाका प्रतिबिंब डारा है”

In a brahmand, there is a creation of other loks also, like Shri Brahma ji's lok, Shri Vishnu ji's lok and Shri Shiv Ji's lok. From here, the three gods become the master of and govern, one region in each of the three lower loks [(Swarg lok) Heaven which is Indra's lok, (Prithvi lok) Earth and (Patal lok) Nether world] and hold the responsibility of creating, preserving and destroying the living beings for the food of their father. The three gods also have births and deaths. Then Kaal eats them too.

In this very brahmand [a brahmand is also known as 'and' (egg-shaped) because a brahmand has an elliptical shape. It is also known as 'pind' (body) because a brahmand's creation can be seen in lotuses (kamal) in the body (pind) as in a television], there is also a Mansarover (a very big lake) and Dharmrai's (justice) lok. Like every country has an embassy, the Supreme God Kabir Sahib ji also lives in a different form, in a secret place, in every brahmand. Nobody can go there. Those souls live there whose Satlok's bhakti is balance yet.

Bhakti Yuga-Liberation of Souls

When bhakti Yug comes, then at that time, Supreme God Kabir Ji sends His representative Complete Saint Satguru. At that time, these pious souls are born as human beings on earth and they soon acquire Sat bhakti (true devotion) and after taking initiation from Satguru (Tatvadarshi Saint) attain complete salvation. The earlier earned bhakti of the pious souls (Hans-aatmas) in that place does not get expended. All the facilities are provided from God's repository. Whereas, the bhakti earnings of Brahm's (Kaal/brahman) worshippers are utilized in heaven - Mahaswarg because in this Kaal lok (Brahm lok) and Parbrahm's lok, living beings only get returns for what they have done.

Kshar Purush (Brahm / Brahman) has divided his twenty brahmands into four Mahabrahmands.

In one Mahabrahmand, he has grouped five brahmands and has blocked them by encircling from all four sides in an elliptical shape. He has then blocked the four Mahabrahmands by encircling them in an elliptical shape. He has created the twenty-first brahmand in the space of one Mahabrahmand. On entering the twenty-first brahmand, he has built three pathways. In the twenty-first brahmand also, on the left-hand side, has built fake Satlok, fake Alakh lok, fake Agam lok and fake Anami lok with the help of Aadi Maya (Durga), to deceive living beings. And on the right-hand side, keeps the twelve greatest Brahm worshippers (Bhakts). Then, in every yug sends them on Earth as his messengers (Sant Satguru), who impart ways of worship and knowledge which are not in accordance with the Holy Scriptures, and who themselves become devotion-less (bhaktiless) and also entangle their followers in Kaal's web. Then both that Guruji and his followers go to hell.

In the front, Kaal has put a lock (kuluf). That pathway goes to Kaal's (Brahm's) own lok where this Brahm (Kaal / Brahman) lives in his actual human-like form. In this place there is a griddle-like piece of rock (which itself remains hot-called Tapatshila) on which, he roasts the subtle bodies of one-lakh human beings and taking out grime from them eats it. At that time all living beings suffer from excruciating pain and start screaming and then after some time become unconscious. The living beings do not die. Then after going to Dharmrai's lok obtain different births based on their Karmas (deeds) and the cycle of life and death goes on. Brahm opens the aforesaid lock in front for fractions of a second for only those living beings who are his food.

Point to Ponder

  • Only Almighty KavirDev can relieve souls from the trap of Brahm - Kaal.

This lock itself opens up by Purna Parmatma's (Supreme God's) Satyanaam (TAT-indicative mantra) and Saarnaam (SAT-Indicative mantra). This is the advice to the readers that Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj is Almighty KavirDev who has descended from the eternal abode. Identify soon and take refuge. Perform true worship and attain salvation.


Readers after reading the above facts will be able to draw the following conclusion

  • Triple Gods (Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh) are ignorant about who is their father?
  • Mother Durga deceives her sons by hiding the truth about Brahm - Kaal.
  • The thousand lights seen through meditation is the form of Brahm - Kaal.
  • The sound of conch, shells heard is the sound in Brahmlok of Brahm - Kaal.
  • Duplicate creation of Satlok has been done in Kshar Purush's region by Durga.
  • Honesty and truth of Lord Vishnu makes him an important deity.
  • Lord Vishnu is blessed to be a worshipable God.
  • Lord Shiva remains in meditation. His age is maximum in comparison to his brothers. 
  • Supreme God is Kavir Dev.
  • Kavir Dev is the savior, the liberator.

FAQs about Lord Vishnu's Departure in Search of His Father Brahm (Jyoti Niranjan / Kaal)

Q.1 Why did Vishnu go in search of his father?

Vishnu, as the preserver of the three lokas, went in search of his father, Kaal Brahm. He wanted to see him as his brother, Brahma, had failed in the attempt, hoping that he might be able to meet his father.

Q.2 Where did Vishnu go in search of his father?

Vishnu went to Patal Lok, the netherworld, in his quest to find his father. Upon entering Patal Lok, he encountered Shesh Naag, the king of serpents, who was displeased with Vishnu's unauthorized entry. As a result, Shesh Naag sprayed venom at Vishnu, turning his skin black

Q. 3 Why did Kaal Brahm order Vishnu to return to his mother?

Kaal Brahm instructed Vishnu to return to his mother, Prakriti Devi, and tell her the truth because he didn't want Vishnu to face the same fate as Brahma Ji as Brham didn't want anyone more delay in the process of creating the World.

Q.4 How did Vishnu Ji take revenge on Sheshnaag?

After being attacked by Shesh Naag, Vishnu Ji felt angered and desired revenge. However, Brahm-Kaal intervened through an ether voice and advised Vishnu that in the Dwaparyug, he would be born as Krishna to seek revenge from Shesh Naag, who would be reincarnated as 'Kalindri'.

Q.5 Why is Vishnu Ji worshipped by all?

On his return, Vishnu Ji truthfully narrated the entire incident to Durga Ji, which pleased her. As a result, she blessed him to be worshipped by the whole world and showed him the light of his father, Kaal-Brahm.

Q.6 Why did Shiva Ji not try to meet his father?

Shiva Ji refrained from attempting to meet his father, Kaal Brahm, learning from the experiences of his brothers who had failed in their attempts. He communicated to his mother that if his father chose not to reveal himself, he wouldn't make any effort to see him.

Q.7 Why is the age of Shiva longer than Brahma and Vishnu Ji?

Shiva Ji, having learned from his brothers and showing devotion, pleased Durga Ji. When asked for a boon, Shiva Ji requested immortality, but Durga Ji explained that everyone born in this world must eventually die. However, she granted him the ability to live longer through meditation, accounting for Shiva Ji's long lifespan.

Q.8 Why is Kaal Brahm not visible to anyone, even to his sons? Is he formless?

Kaal Brahm is not visible to anyone to conceal his nature as he possesses a fearsome and unappealing appearance, consuming 1 lakh humans daily. He isn't formless, as he showed his true face to Arjuna, as mentioned in Gita Ji, chapter 11, verse 32.


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According to Shiva Purana, Lord Shankar only created Vishnu.

Satlok Ashram

This is a myth. It was not Lord Shiva who created Vishnu rather it was Brahm Kaal/God Sadashiv. Since people lack true spiritual knowledge they are ignorant about the father and mother of Lord Vishnu. You must visit our website for details.

Bimal Kumar

Aditi, in the Vedic phase of Hindu mythology, the personification of the infinite and mother of a group of celestial deities is referred to as the mother of many gods, including Vishnu in his dwarf incarnation

Satlok Ashram

Lord Vishnu's mother is Bhawani/Goddess Durga/Prakriti Devi. The evidence of same is found in Devi Purana, Shiv Purana, Markandeya Puran and Srimad Bhagavad Gita.


Many Purana believe that God Brahma and God Vishnu were born from God Shiva, there is no hardcore evidence to prove the same.

Satlok Ashram

The knowledge of Puranas is not trustworthy since it is not God given rather it is the experience of some sage/saint. Lord Vishnu is the second son of Brahm Kaal the owner of 21 universes and Goddesses Durga. Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva are brothers.