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I want to know what is difference between ishwar & bhagwan?

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  • Ishwara is the one who is the Master or Lord of all, i.e. God. Bhagavan simply means God i think. So Bhagavan is Ishwara and Ishwara is Bhagavan. God is the Lord and Lord is the God. All the best. – Sai Jul 24 '15 at 14:17
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difference between ISHWAR AND BHAGWAN?

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