Brahma is the creator of the universe and of all beings. His world is
Brahmaloka, containing all the splendors of the earth and all other worlds. Brahma is not widely worshipped because it is believed that his work - that of creation - has been done.
Brahma is most commonly represented as with four-heads, four arms, and red skin. He holds a cup, a bow (or a book of prayers), a spoon and the Vedas, created and spread by him. Brahma carries no weapon.
He sits in the lotus pose. When he moves around, he has as vehicle a white swan, endowed with magic powers. She may separate soma (divine nectar) and milk from water, as well as good from evil.
He presides from mythical Mount Meru with his peacock-riding wife Saraswati, goddess of the creative arts.