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What is God? How he work for the creation of world?

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Asked by anant sambhaji, 14 Apr '10 09:43 pm
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(Sanskrit: Lord), in Hinduism, the personal, or immanent, god, as distinct from the absolute, or transcendent, supreme being ( Brahman). Isvara refers to the personified

aspect of the divine, of whom the various sectarian divinities are particular manifestations. The title is particularly favoured by devotees of the god Siva, though its meaning

transcends all sectarian differences; the comparable term Bhagavat (also meaning Lord) is more commonly used among the Vaishnava (followers of the god Vishnu).
Epics and Puranas

During the centuries immediately preceding and following the beginning of the Christian era, the recension of the two great Sanskrit epics, the Mahabharata and the

Ramaya?a, took shape out of existing material such as heroic epic stories, mythology, philosophy, and above all the discussion of the problem of dharma. Much of the

material of which the epics are composed dates far back into the Vedic period, while the rest continued to be added until well into ...more
Answered by KARTIKAY SHARMA, 14 Apr '10 10:12 pm

 
  
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Yehi pata hota,, to main swamiji na ban jata :D
Answered by conviction, 14 Apr '10 09:44 pm

 
  
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