"Who has three forms"; this is the name of the triple divine form which represents simultaneously Brahmâ, Vishnu and Shiva. Each figure is associated with a particular cosmic function : Brahmâ "creates" the Universe and maintains balance between opposite forces, Vishnu protects and maintain stable what is existing, and Shiva brings changes, destroys, which permits Creation to continue. It is important to be aware that, for hindu tradition, Creation is a permanent and cyclic process
The three deities. Refers to Brahma, Vishu and Shiva, who personify and control the three gunas. They represent and control the three functions of creation, preservation and destruction. This is not the same as the idea of Trinity, which should not be used.
Hindu doctine that Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva (Creator, Preserver, and Destroyer, respectively) are three forms of the unmanifested Ultimate Reality. The doctrine developed around 1000 CE in an attempt to synthesize various sects. Today, the Trimurti continues to appear in temples, the vast majority of which are dedicated to Vishnu or Shiva. See Hindu Gods.
In some schools of Hinduism, such as the Smarta or Advaita traditions, the Trimurti (Sanskrit: à¤¤à¥à¤°à¤¿à¤®à¥‚à¤°à¥à¤¤à¤¿) (also called the Hindu trinity) is a concept that holds that God has three aspects, which are only different forms of the same one God. The three aspects of God, or "Parabrahman," or God's personae are as Brahma (the Source/Creator), Vishnu (the Preserver/Indwelling-life) and Shiva (the Transformer -Destroyer/Creator).
Trimurti is an Indian film starring Shahrukh Khan, Jackie Shroff, and Anil Kapoor which was released in 1995. It was the last completed film for director Mukul S. Anand who later died while filming Dus in 1997, it is the first and only film in which Shahrukh Khan stars opposite Anil Kapoor.