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Nirguna Brahman, (Devanagari निर्गुण ब्रह्म, nirguṇa brahman, the supreme reality without form, quality, attribute) signifies in Hindu philosophy that which pervades the Universe, considered without qualities (guna), as in the Advaita school or else as without material form, as in Advaita Vedanta, the nirguna brahman is non-different from the supreme personality, God, whatever qualities we attribute to the divine. Nirgun Brahman is same as Para Brahman, i.e. Neither Male nor female.
By the power of Adi Parashakti, the supreme lord (Para Brahman) is capable to create multiple worlds and deludes all beings, who are in essence non-different from Him. This world is only relatively real and the real self is not affected by it.
Relationship with Brahman 
One the Same Adi Shakti in Devi Gita claimed much before Krishna and infront of Lord Vishnu, whose incarnation is Lord Krishna that I Myself is Para Brahman i.e. "Shrishti Sthiti Vinashaya Shakti Bhute Sanatane Guna Shaya Guna Maye Narayani Namaustute. That means Supreme Primordial Energy or shakti is original creator, Preserver and Destroyer being in Material World (Gunamaya) but in actual he is devoid of all Gunas i.e. Gunashaya or Nirgun
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