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I removed the following content from the Brahmā Sahampati section; it was added by one user and to my knowledge actually refers to the Hindu Brahma. The part about the Four-faced Buddha deserves to be mentioned elsewhere, though. Paul_012 (talk) 09:20, 7 January 2007 (UTC)
Brahmā Sahampati, described as having four heads, has become very popular among Thai Buddhists as a deity who brings prosperity to the people. His shrines can usually be virtually seen everywhere, such as the Erawan Shrine. Brahmā Sahampati has also gathered a following amongst Chinese Buddhists, who frequently misinform him as the Four-face Buddha (四面佛).
The beginning of the sentence, "The old Upanishads largely consider Brahman..." in the last section might have a typo; is it, "...Brahma..."? I don't know but it might add clarity if it is.