The Sanskrit letters G-O-D translate to “Bhagavan”

“The Sanskrit letters G- O-D translate to ‘Bhagavan’ in Sanskrit. In Hinduism, the word ‘Bhagavan’ is an abstract, genderless concept of God, and it is used to refer to a deity or supreme being. The female equivalent of Bhagavan is Bhagavati, and to some Hindus, Bhagavan is a concept of God that is beyond gender. The word ‘Bhagavan’ is used to address a deity with great respect and reverence.” [ChatGPT]



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