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भगवान्

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From Sanskrit भगवान् (bhagavān). Derived from Sanskrit भग (bhága, dispenser, gracious lord, patron).

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भगवान् (bhagvānm (Urdu spelling بھگوان)

  1. God, the Almighty
    वह भगवान् से प्रार्थना कर रही थी।
    She was saying a prayer to God.
    भगवान् तुम्हें दूध-पूत से सुखी रखे।
    May God gratify you with wealth and children.
  2. Lord
    भगवान् कृष्ण मानवता बचाने के लिए संसार पर आये।
    Lord Krishna came to Earth to save mankind.

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भगवान् (bhagavān)

  1. Bhagavan - also written Bhagawan or Bhagwan (भगवान् in devanagari script, Bhagavān in IAST) is a Sanskrit word meaning Holy or Blessed one.