Brahmāloka


Brahmāloka
astronomical name
the planet of Śrī Brahmā situated above Tapoloka at the upper limit of the universe.
Brahmāloka is the highest of seven upper planetary systems, named: 1) Bhūr or Bhūrloka 2) Bhuvar or Bhuvarloka 3) Svar or Svarloka, Svarga, Svargaloka 4) Mahar or Maharloka 5) Janas or Janaloka 6) Tapas or Tapaloka 7) Satya, Satyaloka or Brahmāloka

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