Why are Trimurti worshipped? What is the importance of Trimurti Devatas in Hinduism?
The concept of Hindu Trinity is deep rooted in India’s religious traditions. The trinity is constituted of Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Mahesa who are referred to as creator, preserver and the destroyer of universe respectively. In performing their tasks these gods are assisted by their consorts namely Goddess Saraswati, Goddess Laxmi and Goddess Parvathi who are the goddess of Speech, Wealth and Power (Shakti). Each god of Hindu Trinity is believed to be the ruler of three different worlds namely Brahmalok, Vaikunth and Kailash. The Hindu Trinity is referred to as the Cosmic pantheon of Hindu Religion.
As per the Hindu Religious History, each god of Hindu Trinity has integrated role in running of the whole universe. However, Lord Vishnu has their most specific role of preserving the earth. He incarnated on earth to root out evil deeds of atrocities of humankind. In Treta Age he took birth as Lord Ram to end the atrocities of Devil Ravana who himself claimed to be the Supreme God of Universe. Lord Ram is widely worshipped in various Hindu traditions as the most disciplined and mankind lover. His task is to protect religion and maintain the order of Universe.
The consort of Lord Brahma, Goddess Saraswathi is worshipped as the goddess of knowledge, wisdom and refinement. Goddess Saraswathi is believed to strengthen those who wish to attain their character refinement through spirituality and education. The duo of Lord Brhma and Goddess Saraswathi is worshipped for blessing of success in creativity, academic excellence and knowledge. Lord Shiva is considered to be the God Destruction. However, his destruction is related to all evils and wasteful. Their destruction is the essential part of creation because creation cannot happen without destruction.