I would like to know if the Sanskrit word Bhavin(भाविन)is mentioned in Hindu scriptures and in what context is it used?

  • sanskritdictionary.com/scans/?col=1&img=mw0749.jpg (see the last column).. – YDS Aug 19 '19 at 17:27
  • Thank you for your response....Does the word have any Divine connotations?...The dictionary says the meaning of the word is ‘living/being’....Does this in any way mean ‘Ever-living’ or ‘Ever-being’? – Isa Abdullah Juthani Aug 19 '19 at 17:39
  • Is it Bhāvin (भाविन्) or Bhavin (भविन्)? There is no such word as Bhaveen (भवीन्) in Sanskrit...maybe you should change your name to Bhavin :) – sv. Aug 20 '19 at 19:45
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    Word Bhavin is used in many ways throughout different texts even we find its use in Mahabharata. I will post the answer If the question gets opened. – SwiftPushkar Aug 21 '19 at 6:22
  • Avoid sharing your e-mail address here. You can click on the reopen button so the question can be reopened. But you need to clarify if you're looking for भाविन्, भविन् or भवीन् - as they are all different words. You can edit and clarify. – sv. Aug 23 '19 at 17:01

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