Bhaga

[n] - god of wealth and love
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Bhaga

noun god of wealth and love
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bhaga

(from the article `Iranian religion`) ...belief was not pan-Iranian. The ahuras (`lords`; Vedic asura) were certain lofty sovereign deities, in contradistinction to the other deities ...
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Bhaga

Sanskrit {IAST|bhaga} is a term for `lord, patron`, but also for `wealth, prosperity`. The cognate term in Avestan and Old Persian is baga, of uncertain meaning but used in a sense in which `lord, patron` might also apply. A Slavic cognate is bog `god`. While the word `bog` denoted nearly all Slavic gods, the word Deva in its cognate Div...
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