Bravan is the god of the harvest, summer and the made places. He is the twin brother of Hemanta and the second youngest child of Mother Chandria. He is usually dressed in formal robes and work boots. Bravan is most commonly shown holding a compass, but different tools can be shown depending on the region. Statues of Bravan are commonly used to mark the location of maps in both rural and urban areas.
Bravan and his sister are never shown together in depictions of Mother Chandria's children. If they are shown together they are depicted back to back, symbolising the division of domains between them.