Marichi or Mareechi or Marishi is the mind-born son of Brahma, and one of the Saptarishi in Hindu mythology. He is also the father of Kashyapa, and the grandfather of the devas and the asuras. In Jainism, he is referred to as one of the previous reincarnations of the 24th Tirthankara, Mahavira.
Atri was one of the Manas sons of Brahma born from eyes. Chandrama, Dattatreya and Durvasa were the three sons. He is credited with writing a large number of hymns to Agni, Indra and other Vedic deities of the Sanatana culture. Atri is one of the Saptarishis in the Sanatan tradition, and is most commonly mentioned in the Rigveda.
It has been told in the Puranas that Maharishi Angira is the son of Lord Brahma born from mouth and he is equal to Brahma in his qualities. He has also been called Prajapati and he has also been counted among the Saptarishis along with Vasishtha, Vishwamitra and Marichi etc. There is a special prestige of his divine spiritual knowledge, yoga power, penance and mantra power.
Pulastya is one of the ten Prajapati, and one of the mind-born sons of Brahma born from his ear in Hinduism. He is also one of the Saptarishi in the first age of Manu, the Manvantara.
Pulaha is a character in Hindu mythology. He is the son of Brahma born from his naval, the creator god, and also one of the Saptarshi (seven great sages), in the first Manvantara (age of Manu), with others being Marichi, Atri, Angiras, Kratu, Pulastya, and Vasishtha
Kratu is described as one of the manasaputras, the mind-born children of the creator deity, Brahma, in Hinduism born from his hand. He is also a rishi, who appears in two different ages.
Bhrigu was a rishi in Hinduism born from skin of Brahma. He was one of the seven great sages, the Saptarshis, one of the many Prajapatis created by Brahma. The first compiler of predictive astrology, and also the author of Bhrigu Samhita, the astrological classic, Bhrigu is considered a Manasa Putra of Brahma.
Vashishtha was a famous sage of the Vedic period. Vashishtha is a saptarshi - that is, one of the seven sages who were enlightened by God together and who together saw the Vedas. His wife is Arundhati. He is the guru of Rama in Yoga-Vasistha. Vashishtha was also the Rajkul Guru of King Dasaratha. Vashishtha was the Manas son of Brahma born from his life.
In the Rigveda, Daksha is an aditya and is associated with priestly skills. In the epics and Puranic scriptures, he is a son of the creator-god Brahma, born from Thumb and the father of many children, who became the progenitors of various creatures.
Kardam Rishi originated from the shadow of Brahma ji at the time of creation of the universe. Brahma ji ordered him to increase the people. To obey his orders, Kardam Rishi married Devahuti, the second daughter of Swayambhuva Manu, and gave birth to nine daughters and a son.
Narada or Narada Muni, is a sage divinity, famous in Hindu traditions as a travelling musician and storyteller, who carries news and enlightening wisdom. He is one of mind-created children of Brahma, the creator god born from his lap.
The Kumaras are four sages (rishis) from the Puranic texts of Hinduism who roam the universe as children, generally named Sanaka, Sanandana, Sanatana, and Sanatkumara. They are described as the first mind-born creations and sons of the creator-god Brahma. Born from Brahma's mind, the four Kumaras undertook lifelong vows of celibacy (brahmacharya) against the wishes of their father.
The creation of Svayambhuva Manu and Shatarupa from the body of Brahma are mentioned in the Puranas. Brahma split himself into two having assumed two forms. One half had the form of a woman and the other half that of a man.
Chitragupta was created from the soul and mind of Lord Brahma. This is why he was given the right to write Vedas like Brahmins and also assigned the duty of a Kshatriya, Chitragupta is worshiped on the second day of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month.