Vedas describe God as the one who is the giver of Supreme Peace. He who can destroy all the sins and gives happiness is described as the True Supreme God.
Yajur Ved Adhyay 5 Mantra 32 describes these qualities of God.
यजुर्वेद अध्याय 5 मंत्र 32
उशिगसी कविरंघारिसि बम्भारिसि....
उशिगसी = (सम्पूर्ण शांति दायक) कविरंघारिसि = (कविर्) कबिर परमेश्वर (अंघ) पाप का (अरि) शत्रु (असि) है अर्थात् पाप विनाशक कबीर है। बम्भारिसि = (बम्भारि) बन्धन का शत्रु अर्थात् बन्दी छोड़ कबीर परमेश्वर (असि) है।
Ushigasi Kaviranghariasi bambhariasi
Ushigasi = Giver of complete happiness, Kaviranghariasi = God Kavir (Kabir) is the enemy of sins, Bambhariasi = enemy of bondage i.e. He is Bandichhor.
Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Adhyay 5
In Gita Adhyay 5 Shlok 29, the narrator of Gita, Brahm-Kaal is saying that those ignorant people who are dependant on my sadhna, considering me to be the Master of all and the all-happiness-giving God, they attain the inferior, temporary peace obtained from my worship. As a result of which they remain devoid of the peace obtained after attaining the Purna Parmatma i.e. they are not completely liberated. Their peace ends and they experience various kinds of sufferings. Therefore in Gita Adhyay 18 Shlok 62, it is said that if you want complete peace, Arjun, then go in the refuge of that God, by whose grace alone you will attain supreme peace and the eternal place. Its evidence is also in Gita Adhyay 7 Shlok 18.
Important: Because Kaal (Brahm) God is the master of the gods (Brahma – Vishnu – Mahesh) of the three loks and the loks of the twenty-one brahmands, he is the God of the gods. Therefore he is called Maheshwar. Because of ignorance, foolish people are trying to obtain peace by considering this Kaal God as kind and loving.
For example a butcher provides his animals with fodder and water, and protects them from heat and cold by providing them a shelter. Due to this those animals consider the butcher as kind and loving, but in reality that butcher is their enemy. He is going to cut all of them, kill them, and realize his selfish motive.
Likewise, Kaal God appears to be kind but consumes all the living beings. Hence, it is said that their peace ends i.e they experience great suffering.
In Gita Adhyay 15 Shlok 17, it is said that the Supreme God i.e. Superior God is someone else, who by entering into the three loks sustains everyone. He is immortal in reality. He is known as God. Regarding himself, the giver of the knowledge of Gita states in Adhyay 11 Shlok 32 that Arjun, I am Kaal. I have come to consume all the loks (human beings). By having whose sight even a warrior like Arjun’s peace disappeared; he was trembling in fear. Therefore in this very Adhyay 5 Shlok 24 to 26, there is mention of another peaceful Brahm than the giver of the knowledge of Gita. This has also been proved from this that the giver of the knowledge of Gita is not a peaceful Brahm i.e. is Kaal.
Essential consideration: He, who makes one a dog, makes one a donkey, who cuts off ones leg (because here all devout souls believe that everything happens by grace of God. Even a leaf does not move without His order), who eats everyone, and by scaring a warrior like Arjun, who causes war and then the results of the sins committed in the war – Yudhishthir having nightmares, then to tell through Krishna Ji that you should perform yagya because the sins committed by you in the war are giving you distress. Then making them do tap/austerity in Himalaya and mortify their bodies, and then putting them in hell cannot be called a happiness giving god . Now the readers may themselves contemplate.
The compassionate God is Kabir Sahib Ji, who is the Master of Satlok. He is the ocean of happiness. No soul is distressed in Satlok and here (in this Kaal lok) also, if any devout soul wants to be happy, then he should worship that Supreme Father God (Param Pita Parmatma), Purna Brahm, the Eternal God, God Kabir, and should remain in His refuge throughout life.
FAQs about "God is supposed to be Kind, not Unkind. Who is that Kind God?"
Q.1 Who is the kindest God mentioned in the Bhagavad Gita?
In the Bhagavad Gita Chapter 18 verse 62, the compassionate God is referred to as Purna Brahm, also known as Param Akshar Purush or Lord Kabir. He is the Supreme God, the creator, sustainer, and remover of sins for His devotees mentioned in Holy Shrimad Bhagwat Gita Ji chapter 15 verse 17. He embodies love, compassion, and mercy.
Q.2 Why is Purna Brahm known as a compassionate God?
Purna Brahm is known as the compassionate God due to His consistent mercy and kindness towards His devotees. He never causes harm and always seeks the best for His creations. He holds the power to grant Moksha, which is liberation from the cycle of life and death by washing away our sins, as stated in Holy Yajur Ved Adhyay 5 Mantra 32.
Q. 3 What are Purna Brahm's qualities?
Purna Brahm possesses qualities of omniscience, omnipotence, and boundless mercy. He is the source of love, tranquility, and joy. He is the sole deity capable of fulfilling our innermost desires and providing lasting happiness through salvation, securing a permanent place in Satlok, the eternal realm as mentioned in Holy Shrimad Bhagwat Gita Ji chapter 18 verse 62.
Q.4 How can one worship Purna Brahm?
To worship Purna Brahm, one should follow the guidance of enlightened saints, as advised in Holy Shrimad Bhagwat Gita Ji chapter 4 verse 34. These saints provide mantras for salvation to attain Supreme God Kabir or Purna Brahm.
Q.5 What advantages come from worshiping Purna Brahm?
Worshiping Purna Brahm yields numerous benefits. It leads to emancipation, freeing individuals from the cycle of birth and rebirth. Additionally, it brings enduring serenity, happiness, and fulfillment. Furthermore, it protects from adversity and misfortune by eradicating sins as mentioned in Holy Yajur Ved Adhyay 5 Mantra 32.
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