• Indo-European, [Sanskrit] word for [God], originally thought of as feminine. The modern word [Goddess] has changed connotations to represent a lesser form of [divinity]. Deva had the meaning we typically think of as the word God today, however God was thought to be the [Great Mother].

    In Buddhism Devas are highly evolved beings who inhabit different levels of existence. Devas are commonly associated with great beauty and bliss.

    Modern [New Age] versions of Devas are thought of similarly to angels, nature spirits, or fairies.

    Pronounced Day-va.

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  • Beautiful young woman, hindu goddess although the is the dumbed down idea of divinity, or divine spirit.

    Commonly mistaken for a beautiful, well rounded, intelligent, perfect example of a young woman. Although she may she seem perfect she has a troubled past from her human life.

    She endured true hardships which she handled with strength, courage and maturity for which she was rewarded eternal life.

    She is the goddess of all things beautiful and all things solid and strong.

    She is often described with blond or brown hair, peaked, perfect not quite rosy lips, high cheek bones and a softly pointed nose.

    She has always done her best to put a smile on every face and help all our tears suck back in our eyes.

    She believes that love is the most difficult hardship of all but with strength and courage anything is possible within a solid and well rounded relationship.

    Pronounced Day-va

  • A member of a class of divine beings in the Vedic period, which in Indian religion are benevolent and in Zoroastrianism are evil.