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Since we know there are multiple universes

According to the above answers (to the question) there are multiple Trimurtis (Brahmã, Visñú, Shiva) so can there be multiple Brahman as well.

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    You need to re-learn the concept of Brahman (ब्रह्मन्) , it's not only a universal consciousness, it's everything that is or that's not. Everything imaginable or unimaginable is that. Brahman represents the multi - faceted, multi-dimensional, encompassing all the Universes, Multiverse, etc,. Brahman (ब्रह्मन्) is an OMNIVERSAL all encompassing consciousness and/or reality. It's the only reality. Everything it is and not (neti neti).
    – peace
    Mar 4 at 9:47
  • @Vivikta can you answer the question Mar 4 at 10:14
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There is nothing other than Brahman.

Atma Bodha verse 9

All the manifested worlds of things and beings are projected upon the substratum which is the Brahman, whose nature is Sat-Chit. This is just as the different ornaments are all made out of the same gold [though it appears in various forms such as ring, bracelet etc.)

verse 41

There are no distinctions in Brahman.

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