Heaven of Great Brahmā ［大梵天］ ( Daibon-ten): Also, Great Brahmā Heaven or Mahābrahman Heaven. In ancient Indian cosmology, the uppermost of the three realms of the first meditation heaven in the world of form. This heaven is the abode of the god Brahmā and is located 10,160,000 yojanas above the summit of Mount Sumeru, or 10,240,000 yojanas above the surface of the sea. The three realms are all under the reign of the god Brahmā, and therefore all generally called the Brahma Heaven. They are specifically called the Heaven of Brahmā’s Retinue, or the realm where the followers of Brahmā dwell; the Heaven of Brahmā’s Aide, or the realm where Brahmā’s assistants such as ministers and high officials dwell; and the Heaven of Great Brahmā, or the realm where the god Brahmā himself lives. The Heaven of Brahmā’s Retinue is located 1,280,000 yojanas above the sixth or highest heaven of the world of desire. The sixth heaven is called the Heaven of Freely Enjoying Things Conjured by Others, and is where the devil king dwells. The Heaven of Brahmā’s Aide is 2,560,000 yojanas above the Heaven of Brahmā’s Retinue, and the Heaven of Great Brahmā is 5,120,000 yojanas above the Heaven of Brahmā’s Aide.