No one has created Brahman. There is no beginning or end of Brahman. Only Jagat (universe) is what apparently created and destroyed.
Following is the the text from Chhandogya Upanishad constitutes the knowledge Aruna gave to his son Shwetaketu when he returned home after learning of 12 years:
VI-ii-1: 'In the beginning, dear boy, this was Being alone, ...
Similar question was also asked by Gargi to Yagyavalkya, the scholar of vedas who defeated other Brahmin scholars in the courtyard of Janaka. This is what he answered
3.6.1 Then Gārgī, the daughter of Vacaknu, asked him. ‘Yājñavalkya,’ she
‘if all this is pervaded by water, by what is water pervaded?’ ‘By
air, O ...
Yes, Shree Krishna talked about Shree Rama in Srimad Bhagavad Gita 10.31. While giving a discourse to Arjuna. Krishna reveals his divine being in greater detail, as the ultimate cause of all material and spiritual existence, one who transcends all opposites and who is beyond any duality. Krishna says he is the atman in all beings.
पवनः पवतामस्मि रामः ...
In a Rig Veda, the word asura can be found over 100 times, in which most of the times it conveys positive sense while disparaging reference occurs only a very few.
It is generally associated with different Vedic gods:
with Agni RV 2.1.6, RV 3.3.4;
त्वमग्ने रुद्रो असुरो महो दिवस्त्वं शर्धो मारुतं पृक्ष ईशिषे ।
त्वं वातैररुणैर्यासि शंगयस्त्वं पूषा वि...
The primary purpose of the Veda is the sacrifice. These sacrifices are executed according to a predetermined time. Therefore, Vedāṅga Jyotish of Lagahda exists and it provides information to determine the time for performance of the Vedic sacrifices. It categorically says that Vedas are for sacrifice (2.3).
vedā hi yajnñārthamabhipravṛttāḥ kālānupūrvā ...
Brahma Sutras 2.3.9 (Swami Vieswarananda translator - https://www.wisdomlib.org/hinduism/book/brahma-sutras/d/doc64257.html):
Adhikarana summary: Brahman is not created
Brahma-Sutra 2.3.9: Sanskrit text and English translation.
असंभवस्तु सतः, अनुपपत्तेः ॥ ९ ॥
asaṃbhavastu sataḥ, anupapatteḥ || 9 ||
asaṃbhavaḥ—There can be no origin; tu—...
Both the correct words and the mantra is mentioned in following sources.
National Institute of Indian Medical Heritage (NIIMH) - ebook
Indian National Science Academy Journal
It is called Dhanvantari Nighantu, that's all I could find in my own search for the correct mantra, which also led me to this question.
Edit: As I searched further about Moola ...
As per Matsya Purana Chapter 155-156, Adi was son of Asura Andhaka and to take revenge of his father, He went to Shiva's place knowing Parvati resolution of doing penance to become fare, he thought of killing Shiva, he passed Virbhadra(Who was guarding so that no one can enter Shiva's place) first being in the form of snake so that he won't be recognized by ...
Caraṇavyūha (चरणव्यूह), a work of Shaunaka mentions the association of Upavedas with Vedas in AtharvaVeda Khanda. As I've informed in this question I have not found its English or Hindi transnational yet and hence quoting original Sanskrit verse from Sanskrit book available on Internet Archive:
Transforming into IAST: