Vedic Baby Name Bhavin
Meaning: It is a Hindu name meaning human being or man. The name also denotes good, future, blessing, and beautiful.
Rashi: Dhanu (Sagittarius)
The name appears in Hindu scriptures such as Raghuvansh, Harivansh, and Rig Veda Praatishakya. In these books, Bhavin means something becoming and existing. Bhavin also finds mention in the Mahabharata and Kavya literature, meaning something imminent, about to happen, inevitable, and predestined. In Harivansh, Bhavin means able, good, and having the potential to do something.
Great authors such as Hemadri and Mallinath mentioned the name in their compositions, where Bhavin means manifesting, blessing, furthering, and showing.
Mythological significance and stories
The name Bhavin means inevitable and predestined. You will find its significance in the great Indian epic Mahabharata. In the Bhagavad Gita, Shri Krishna shows His awe-inspiring Universal Form to Arjuna. The Lord says, “Now I have become Time, Destroyer of worlds!” It means that inevitability is something that is profound and complex in the epic. The Mahabharata supports the idea of certainty or something that is imminent. The great war of Kurukshetra between the Pandavas and the Kauravas was predestined.
Draupadi, the wife of Pancha Pandavas was born out of the Agni Kund to destroy Duryodhana and the rest of the Kaurava brothers. In the Vana Parva, Shri Krishna tells Panchali, another name of Draupadi that Mother Earth will soak up the blood of the Kauravas in a catastrophic battle that no one can stop.
Lord Krishna seemed to conduct a sacrifice through the great war of Kurukshetra where all the Kauravas would face inevitable destruction. The power, greed, arrogance, and lust for women led to the imminent downfall of the Kauravas, especially Duryodhana and Dushasana who tried to disrobe Draupadi in front of a court full of men and elders.