What are the differences between the various terms. I assume Ishvara might be Sagun Rupa of Brahman but so is Isvara? Are they all same?

  • Bhagavata Purana defines these brahman bhagavan paramatma all different. Ishwara is the yeah, you're true, the Saguna roopa of Parabrahman. But do not get confused in names. Eternal reality is One. I call it water, and someone calls it H2O, someone calls in Jala and some one calls in Paani. Jan 14 '20 at 15:30
  • @ParabrahmanJyoti so are Bhagvan and Isvara one and the same? What about Brahman and ParamAtma?
    – RishX
    Jan 14 '20 at 16:27
  • Srimad Bhagavatam describes Brahman as eternal light of Shri Krishna, and Paramatma is antaryami rupa by which he pervades in all life forms. While appearance is different, Krishna when he pervades in all life forms, he's the Paramatma and in his own nature without anything is Parabrahma swaroopa. Jan 15 '20 at 4:28
  • @ParabrahmanJyoti so Brahman = BrahmJyoti ParmAtma = Supersoul present in each one of us.ParaBrahman = Nirgun aspect of God Ishwara = Saguna aspect of God Who is Bhagvan then?
    – RishX
    Jan 15 '20 at 7:54
  • Nirgun is one school says. As per bhagavata Purana, Bhagavan is Parabrahman. krishna is bhagavan. Jan 15 '20 at 8:07

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