What is the definition of word Bhagwan
To know it, we have to stream the thought on that word. It has 2 words in nature and suffix form – Bhag + Vān.
The meaning of Bhaga is explained in Vishnu Purana, 7/5/4:
“Aishwaryasya samporasya semenusya yasasah sriyah. Gyanvairagyaayaschaiva Shannan Bhag Itirana. ”
That is, complete opulence, semen (special power to hold the world), Yash, Sri, all knowledge, and a set of perfect disinterest is called Bhaga. In this way, the word God means the above six virtues, and in many words these 6 qualities which are always there, are called God,
Bhagosti Asmin Iti Bhagwan,
Here the suffix suffixed with the word Bhaga has been to describe the continual relationship. The aforesaid 6 qualities which always reside in it are called Bhagavan. Matup suffix is to tell continual yoga (affinity) – this fact is well known.
If God breaks the word literally, then: B + A + G + A + V + A + N + A
Bhotak is the land element, A means the fire element. One should accept the gesture of c. The announcer of the Vayu element is Wa (V + A) and neither should be considered the Siddi of Neer element. Such five elements are proven. That is, this Panch Mahabhotik Shaktiya is the God who is visible when combined with consciousness (Shiva).
Elsewhere the word of God is also received, which are notable for reference:
In the Lord Upanishads this is denoted by the word Brahma and this is due to all the reasons. But there is no reason for them. These are called Parbrahmas because of the entire universe or the eternal universe. The word God is used literally for these-
“Shuddhe Mahavibhuthyakhyay Beyond Brahmani Vyadate. Maitreya Bhagavachbadh: Sarvakaaranakarana. ” – Vishnupuran 4/5/42
This great word like God is used only for the divine God, not for others.
“Evmesh Mahabrando Maitreya Bhagaviti. Paramabrahmabhutasya Vasudevasya Nanyagah. ”
It is in this parabrahma that the word God is used according to its definition, expressing its bestness and all the six qualities, Abhidha Shaktya is used, not symptoms. And elsewhere like – Lord Panini, Lord commentator etc.
This fact is inaugurated in Vishnu Purana-
“Tatra pujyaapadarthoakthiparibhashmaamvotta”. The words Nopachareen Tanyatyutra Hupachartar. “- 4/5/4,
And this God has many qualities – Bhagwati Shruti is also describing this with Dimdim Ghosh –
“Parasya Shaktivirvidaiyaa Srvayatea Natyabhānika Gnanabalārya f” —Svetetasvatropanishad, 4/4,
Where they are called nirgun – nirgun, nirnjanam, etc.
This means that God has no qualities of nature. That is to say, there will be insult to the virtuous Shruti.
Who is omniscient – the knower of all things, and the consort of the inner secrets of all things. Therefore, because of being devoid of the qualities of Prakriti-maya, they are also virtuous by having the shelter of infinite qualities like nirguna and natural knowledge, force, action, vatsalya, grace, compassion.
Only such Gods are called by different names like Parambrahma, Shriram, Krishna, Narayana, Shi, Durga, Saraswati etc. That is why the Vedas say that “scholars in one true element God say in many ways –
“Ek Sad Vipra Often Vaddanti”.
Those who do devotion to such a god are called devotees. Just as the devotee is anxious to see God and goes to see him. Similarly, God also goes to see the devotee. Went to Madhuvan by wishing to see Lord Dhruv –
“Madhorvanam bharatdishriksha gatha” – Bhagwat Purana, 4/9/1
Just as a devotee does devotion to God, in the same way God also does devotion to devotees, that is why he is said to be a devotee of devotees.