Who is Bhagwan (God)

Bhagwan Brahma
Bhagwan Brahma

In our universe, there are other Bhagwan like Brahmaji. Those (wombodakshayas) originated from the lotus, the navel of Vishnu. After the penance of hundreds of divine years, God appeared in his heart, and he could see the Lord lying on the bed of the remaining serpent. God first provided Shrimad Bhagavatam’s essence to Shiva in the 7th verse (Chatur: Shloki Bhagavata). God’s six qualities – complete knowledge, full force, unlimited wealth, wide fame, absolute beauty, and complete sacrifice (Vishnu Purana, 6.7.7)! 

According to the Chhandogyopanishad

Bhagwan has eight qualities – 1) Aphatapapama, 2) Vijaro, 3) Vimritu, 4) Vishoko, 5) Vijighatso, 6) Vijipaso, 7) Satyakamah, 8) Satyasankalpo. God has eternal attributes and eternal names. According to the Chhandogyopanishad, In response to the Chhandogyopanishad, Bhagwan has eight qualities 1) Aphatapapama: sin-virtue, 2) faith, and unrighteousness. 3) Vizrao- God never grows old. Death does not happen. 4) Vishko – God is unhappy, always smiling and laughing. 5) Vizighatso – God never feels hungry. 6) Vizipaso – God never feels thirsty. 7) Satyakam: God is the true-abiding person who fulfills all desires. 8) Satyasankalpo – Lord Satya Sankalpa means that which is what you think it is. Neither was the physical nature that you see now, I am the same, and I am the one who will remain after the Holocaust. 

According To Bhagwan 

Brahma says that No matter seems to be abstract. If it isn’t associated with me, there isn’t any reality. Know this as my illusion; consider it as an image that appears in the darkness. * (Srimad Bhagwat 2.9.48)! ‘O Brahma! You know that even though all the universal elements enter the world, they do not enter. In the same way, even though I am located in everything produced, I remain separate from everything as well! ‘* (Srimad Bhagwat 2.6.95) *’ O Brahma! A person searching for the ultimate proper form of God should seek it both universally and directly and indirectly in all situations’! 

After The Rise Of Knowledge In The Heart, Bhagwan Brahma Says 

Bhagwan Param, Krishna, Sachchidananda, Vigraha, Anadiraadi Govind, Sarva causa causam. (Brahma Samhita 5.1) Bhagwan is Krishna, who within the type of Sachchidananda (of everlasting, information, and pleasure). They have no beginning because they are the beginning of everything. They are due to all the reasons. Brahma Ji says One who is adept at playing Venu, whose eyes are like blooming lotus petals, whose muscular peacock is covered with feathers, whose limbs are beautiful like blue clouds, whose unique beauty attracts crores of deities, those primitive men I worship God. * (Brahma Samhita 5.30) 

According To Bhagwan Brahma 

Bhagwan Brahma: worship these Adi Lord Govinds. Who seems in varied kinds from their various parts and as Bhagwan Rama and many others. incarnations, but which manifest themselves in their original form of Lord Krishna. (Brahma Samhita 5.39) Brahma Ji has written at the end of each verse in the Brahma Samhita: “I worship Bhagavan of Adipurush Govind. Brahmaji worships Lord Govind in his world with a mantra of eighteen letters, which is as follows: Klim krishnay govindayi gopijnavallabhay swaha! ” 

According To Srimad Bhagavad Gita 

The Supreme Bhagwan Shri Krishna is the source of all attractiveness and all bliss. He is full of conspiracy, i.e., (unlimited) information, wealth, power, fame, magnificence, and sacrifice. Kष्णष्ण परमa is the ultimate God, the top man, the ultimate controller, because of all the reasons, this is the ultimate truth. Shri Krishna is the supreme God of all yagyas and austerities, the God of all locos and deities. * (Bhagavad-gītā 5.29) “With the power of (Kष्ण कक्षा सारे), all the people live in their classes.” (Bhagavad Gita 15.13).

According To Srimad Bhagwat And Vishnupuran

All of the Bhagwan(God) together with Bhagwan Brahma are working beneath their management. Simply as their grasp controls the bull within the nostril. (Srimad Bhagavata 7.11.24) “Simply as the sunshine of fireplace spreads all-around one place of fire, similarly the powers of Bhagwan are spread throughout the universe.” * (Vishnu Purana 1.22.53).

Three Male Avatars Of Bhagwan Shri Krishna

Male Avatars Of Bhagwan Shri Krishna
Male Avatars Of Bhagwan Shri Krishna

First of all, the reason is the Vishnu (Mahavishnu), who has all the cosmos in his stomach, and with each breathing cycle, the universe appears and dissolves. The second is the avatar; Garbhodakshya Vishnu enters every universe and gives life in it, and whose navel-lotus created Brahma Ji. The third incarnation is Kshirodakshayaya Vishnu, present in the divine form in the heart of every living being and every molecule of the universe, following the universe. 

Brahma Samhita

These whose respiratory enter the everlasting universe and come out once more are a part of Bhagwan Mahavishnu Krishna. So I worship Govinda or Krishna, which is due to all the reasons.” * (Brahma Samhita 5.4) “Shri Krishna expands as Vishnu in the same way as one lit lamp burns the other, although there is no difference in the power of both lamps, however, Shri Krishna is the same as the Adi lamp.” (Brahma Samhita 5.4).

Four Divine Qualities Of Bhagwan Shri Krishna

Bhagwan Shri Krishna can also be superior to Swansh Narayana because he has 7 particular divine qualities, to be surrounded by his beloved devotees in his great leelaye, the works of melody love (like gopis), his great melody, and the great sound of his flute. (Ch. F. Madhyalila 23.42-4). After describing all the incarnations in Srimad Bhagavatam, Sutaji says: All these avatars of the above God are either full parts of God or parts of whole life (arts), but Shri Krishna himself. Purna Purushottam Bhagavan (Krishnastu Bhagwan himself) is. They appear to protect the world through their various forms when they are infested by Indra’s enemies (Asuras) in each age. * (Srimad Bhagwat 1.3.26)

Shrimad Bhagwat Gita

When there is a loss of religion and an increase in sins, then the Supreme God Lord Hari voluntarily manifests himself. * (Srimad Bhagavat 9.27.56) * Even in the Srimad Bhagavadgita (6.7), Lord Shri Krishna says, “O India! Whenever and wherever religion declines and iniquity prevails, then I incarnate myself”. Shivji Ji: __ “The person who is the refuge of Lord Krishna, the superintendent of each of nature and the soul, is very dear to me.” * (Srimad Bhagwat 6.26.24)

According To Shrimad Bhagwat

An individual who follows his Varnashrama Dharma accurately can accomplish Bhagwan Brahma’s position for a very long time. If he is more qualified than that, he can reach me. But a pure devotee of God goes directly to Vaikuntha, while other gods and I can only attain this world after destroying this world. “* (Srimad Bhagavat 7.26.29) * “O God, my mind and my consciousness remain fixed on your venerable feet-lotus, who is worshipped by all liberated great beings because of being the source of fulfillment of all vices and desires.” * (Srimad Bhagwat 6.9.29)

Narada Brahma

Narada says that I salute Bhagwan Krishna, who’s the most flawless Kirti, who uncovers his genuine encompassing parts so every dwelling being can achieve freedom. (Srimad Bhagwat 10.7.4) * Brahma: – “Ruler, this whole world emerges from you, lays on you, and transforms into ingested in you. You’re the starting, center, and finish of every little thing. The way the Earth is the cause of the soil, it gives the base to that character, and when the character breaks, it eventually merges with itself.

Shrimad Bhagwat (6.7.14)

“I, along with Shiva and all the gods, Prajapati like Daksha, are also sparks, illuminated by you in the form of the original fire.” * (Srimad Bhagavat 6.7.14) * “I salute all the lord Krishna, whose all-encompassing sins are instantly destroyed by Yashogan, remembrance, darshan, worship, hearing, and worship.” * (Srimad Bhagwat 2.4.15) *

Shrimad Bhagwat (1.2.28-26)

The last word point of data inside the Vedas is Vasudeva (Bhagwan Krishna). The objective of performing the yajna is to please them. Yoga is for interviewing them. They ultimately reward all evil deeds. All ascetics know them. They are taken. Their loving service is religion, and they are the ultimate goal of life. (Srimad Bhagwat 1.2.28-26) 

Bhagwan’s Attributes

1. God is only one, without any other; He is unique. 2. He has neither a parent nor a son. 3. They have no agents (agent, messenger, avatar, angel, or profit). 4. They are unborn and incognito. 5. They are formless and formless. 6. They are eternal and infinite; that is, they have no beginning nor end. 7. They never die. 8. They are irreversible and unreactive. 9. There is no beginning or back to the expectation of the country or time. 10. They never decay; they are always perfect. 11. They exist. 12. He is conscious. 13. They are omnipotent. 14. They are omniscient and omniscient.

More of Bhagwan’s Attributes

15. They are pure forms. 16. They are justices. 17. They are kind. 18. They are the source of all happiness and pleasure. 19. They follow the entire creation. 20. They create the design. 21. They have no fear of anyone. 22. They have a direct relationship with all living beings. 23. The soul of all is their reflection. 24. All of them arise and become absorbed in them. 25. They are far away and nearby. 26. He is neither male nor female. 27 That Kaal Purush is the ultimate light. 28. They never get old, sick. Nor are they born or dead.

Arts/Skills Of Bhagwan Shri Ram and Shri Krishna

Bhagwan Shri Ram
Bhagwan Shri Ram

According to the scriptures – Lord Rama, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, knew twelve arts, while Shri Krishna is skilled in all the arts. Shri Krishna was replete with sixteen skills, including Sri Sampada, Bhumada Sampada, Kirti Sampada, Vani Hypnosis, Leela, Kanti, Vidya, Vimala, Utkarshini Shakti, Neer-Kshira Vivek, Karmanitya, Yogashakti, Vinaya, Satya Dharana, Possession and Grace Ability.

Sixty-Four Qualities Of Bhagwan Krishna Mentioned In The Scriptures.

(1) Beautiful form of the entire body. (2) Inscribed with all auspicious qualities. (3) extreme interest. (4) Tejwan. (5) Strong. (6) eternal youth. (6) Wonderful linguist. (8) Truthful. (9) Sweet-spoken. (10) Speech (11) Strong. (12) Highly intelligent. (13) Talented. (14) ingenious. (15) Very clever. (16) Daksha. (17) Grateful. (18) determination. (19) Skilled judges of time and circumstances. (20) Seeing and speaking based on Vedas or scriptures. (21) Holy. (22) self-contained. (23) Stable. (24) Tolerant. (25) Apologies. (26) Serious. (27) Patient. (28) Possessors. (29) Generous. (30) Religious.

These sixty-four qualities of Lord Krishna are mentioned in the scriptures.

(31) Knight. (32) Kind. (33) Respects. (34) Bhadra. (35) Vinay. (36) Lajjawan. (37) Asylum parents. (38) Happy. (39) Friendly of devotees. (40) Love. (41) Sarvamangalamay. (42) Param Shaktimaan. (43) Paramayasi. (44) Popular. (45) Those who favor the devotees. (46) Highly attractive to all women. (47) All adorable. (48) Complete. (49) All honorable. (50) Parramatta. (51) Changeless. (52) Omniscient. (53) Chir Nutan. (54) Sachchidananda (always with a joyful body)! (55) Full of all yogic practices. (56) They are Achintya Shaktimay! (57) Numerous cosmos are produced from their bodies. (58) They are the origin of all incarnations. (59) They are also going to liberate the enemies killed by them. (60) They are attractive to liberators! All these qualities manifest wonderfully in the form of the realization of Lord Shri Krishna.

In Addition To The Above Sixty Qualities, The Four Divine Attributes Of Bhagwan Shri Krishna

In addition to the above sixty divine qualities, there are four more qualities found in “Shri Krishna,” which, in gods or creatures, is not in the form of Narayana itself. These qualities are (61). They are the doers of wonderful pastimes (especially their hair pastimes). (62) Devotees surround them with beautiful Bhagavatas. (63) They can attract all creatures with their descent. (64) His form of beauty is fantastic, which is unique in all creation. You should also adopt all the above qualities of Lord Krishna in your life. It is proven that Shri Krishna is God; He is the ultimate man.

Draupadi Swayamvara, Bhagwan Shri Krishna says to explain to Arjuna. 

Bhagwan Shri Krishna says to explain to Arjuna.
Bhagwan Shri Krishna says to explain to Arjuna. 

O foot on the scales, keep the balance, keep the balance equal, the target should be focused on the eye of the fish, so Arjun said, Lord, what will I do if I have to do everything? Bhagwan Krishna said with a laugh, O Parth, which will not be with you, I will do it, Parth said, What is God that I cannot do? Baghwan Shri Krishna at that point chuckled and stated in the dangerous, diverted, moving water you will hit the fish, I will keep that occupied water consistent ‘I.’ It means to say that no matter how perfect you are, no matter how intelligent you are, no matter how great and prudent you are, but you cannot control yourself entirely in every situation. You can try. Still, it also has a limit, and the person who takes the reins beyond that limit is called “God.”

Question/Answer About Bhagwan

1: Where is Bhagwan?

Answer: In our universe, there are other Bhagwan like Brahmaji. According To God, Bhagwan is everywhere. E.g., Inhuman, In all living things, and also in Non-living things.

2: How Krishna Bhagwan Died?

Answer: In line with the Bhagavata Purana, it’s believed that Sri Krishna was very distressed after seeing his descendant Leela’s destruction. Because of this agony, he began dwelling within the forest—one day, whereas he was resting in a yoga sleep under a peepal tree within the woods. A hunter named Jara, considering his leg as a deer, hit him with poisoned arrows.

The arrow fired by Zara pierced the soles of Shri Krishna’s ft. Sri Krishna gave up his physique as an excuse for the poisoned arrow. And sat within the type of Narayana in Baikuntha Dham. Aside from renouncing the body, the Dwarka metropolis, settled by Shri Krishna, merged into the sea.


  1. […] Bhagwan shri krishna ki neeti ke chalate Arjun ke putr Abhiimanyu ko chakravyuh ko bhedane ka aadesh diya gaya. Yah jaanate hue bhi ki Abhiimanyu chakravyuh bhedana to jaanta hai. Lekin usse baahar nikalna nahin jaanta. Abhiimanyu ke chakravyuh mei jaane ke baad unhen chaaro orr se gher liya gaya. Gherkar unaki jayadrath sahit 7 yoddhaon dvaara nirmam tarike se hatya kar di gai. Jo ki yuddh ke niyamon ke viruddh tha. kahate hai ki Sri krishna yahi chahate the. Jab niyam ek baar ek paksh tod deta hai. To dusare paksh ko bhi ise todane ka mauka milata hai. […]


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