Bhagavan (disambiguation)

The word Bhagavan (also spelt Bhagawan or Bhagwan) can refer to:

*Bhagavan, a term meaning the blessed or fortunate one in Hinduism
*"Svayam bhagavan ", a philosophical concept in monotheistic Vaisnava traditions.
*Bhagwan Das, an Indian theosophist, born 1869
*Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, more commonly known as Osho, an Indian religious leader, born 1931
*Bhagavan Das (yogi), a well-known yoga teacher, born 1945
*Kalki Bhagavan, founder of the "Oneness University" religious movement, born 1949
*Bhagwan (actor)


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