Almost yes but replace bramha with purush in purush sukta
Purusha sukta (puruṣasūkta ) is hymn 10.90 of the Rigveda, dedicated to the Purusha, the
11 When they divided Puruṣa how
many portions did they make?
What do they call his mouth, his
arms? What do they call his thighs
12 The Brahman was his mouth, of
both his arms was the Rājanya
His thighs became the Vaiśya, from
his feet the Śūdra was produced.
Although morden scholarship says that it is later added verse because in whole rigveda doesn mention caste.
But this doesn't make it only creation theory in rigveda there are many like hiranyagarbha sukta It finds
mention in one hymn of the
Rigveda (RV 10.121), known as
the Hiraṇyagarbha Sūkta,
suggesting a single creator deity
(verse 8: yo deveṣv ādhi devā eka
āsīt, Griffith: "He is the God of
gods, and none beside him."), identified in the hymn as Prajāpati .
- IN the beginning rose
Hiranyagarbha, born Only Lord of all
He fixed and holdeth up this earth
and heaven. What God shall we
adore with our oblation?
2 Giver of vital breath, of power and
vigour, he whose commandments all
the Gods acknowledge -.
The Lord of death, whose shade is
life immortal. What God shall we
adore with our oblation?
— Rigveda (RV 10.121) )
Along there is devi sukta too.The Devīsūkta (ungrammatically
split as Devi Sukta), also called
the Aṃbhṛnīsūkta , is the 125th
sūtka (hymn) occurring in the
10th mandala of the Ṛgveda
- I TRAVEL with the Rudras and the
Vasus, with the Ādityas and All-Gods
I hold aloft both Varuṇa and Mitra,
Indra and Agni, and the Pair of
2 I cherish and sustain high-swelling
Soma, and Tvaṣṭar I support, Pūṣan,
I load with wealth the zealous
sdcrificer who pours the juice and
offers his oblation
3 I am the Queen, the gatherer-up
of treasures, most thoughtful, first of
those who merit worship.
Thus Gods have stablished me in
many places with many homes to
enter and abide in.
4 Through me alone all eat the food
that feeds them,—each man who
sees, brewhes, hears the word
They know it not, but yet they dwell
beside me. Hear, one and all, the
truth as I declare it.
—The Rig Veda/Mandala
And the Nasadiya Sukta The Nasadiya Sukta (after the
incipit ná ásat, or "not the non-
existent"), also known as the
Hymn of Creation , is the 129th
hymn of the 10th Mandala of the
Rigveda (10:129). It is concerned
with cosmology and the origin of
the universe .
- THEN was not non-existent nor
existent: there was no realm of air,
no sky beyond it.
What covered in, and where? and
what gave shelter? Was water there,
unfathomed depth of water?
2 Death was not then, nor was there
aught immortal: no sign was there,
the day's and night's divider.
That One Thing, breathless, breathed
by its own nature: apart from it was
3 Darkness there was: at first
concealed in darkness this All was
All that existed then was void and
form less: by the great power of
Warmth was born that Unit.
4 Thereafter rose Desire in the
beginning, Desire, the primal seed
and germ of Spirit.
Sages who searched with their
heart's thought discovered the
existent's kinship in the non-
5 Transversely was their severing
line extended: what was above it
then, and what below it?
There were begetters, there were
mighty forces, free action here and
energy up yonder
6 Who verily knows and who can
here declare it, whence it was born
and whence comes this creation?
The Gods are later than this world's
production. Who knows then whence
it first came into being?
7 He, the first origin of this creation,
whether he formed it all or did not
Whose eye controls this world in
highest heaven, he verily knows it, or
perhaps he knows not.
So there are many on vishwakarma too:— http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/rigveda/rv10081.htm