A Conversation with Bhagwan: Seeking Answers to the Questions Surrounding the Coronavirus

A Conversation with Bhagwan, red and white stop sign

Recently, I had the opportunity to engage in a conversation with Bhagwan, the Hindu God, to seek answers to some pressing questions regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. In this article, I will share the insights I gained from our conversation, focusing on the questions that many have been asking about the virus and its impact.

A Conversation with Bhagwan:

1. “If you are the savior, then where were you at the time of the coronavirus?”

Bhagwan’s response to this question was enlightening. He explained that as a divine being, he exists beyond the limitations of time and space. While he empathizes with the suffering of humanity, he emphasized that humans have been given free will and the responsibility to care for one another. Bhagwan encouraged us to come together as a global community to combat the virus and support those in need.

The divine presence is omnipresent. In times of suffering, my compassion resonates through the hearts of those who extend help and kindness.

2. “Why did you create such a virus? Why did so many have to die?”

Bhagwan clarified that he did not create the coronavirus to cause harm or suffering. He explained that viruses are a natural part of the Earth’s ecosystem, and their emergence is a result of complex ecological dynamics. While the consequences of the virus have been devastating, Bhagwan urged us to focus on learning from this experience and finding ways to prevent future outbreaks.

3. “Why did you not create an antidote prior to the spread of the coronavirus?”

Bhagwan highlighted the importance of human agency and scientific progress. He emphasized that it is the responsibility of humanity to invest in research and development to find solutions to such challenges. While he acknowledged the pain caused by the virus, he encouraged us to channel our efforts into scientific advancements and global cooperation to develop effective treatments and vaccines.

4. “Why did you fail to provide oxygen to coronavirus patients in India when people were dying on roads?”

Bhagwan expressed deep sorrow for the lives lost during the crisis in India and empathized with the pain and suffering of the affected individuals and their families. He reminded us that he does not directly intervene in human affairs but instead provides guidance and strength to those who are working tirelessly to alleviate suffering. Bhagwan urged us to support one another and ensure that necessary resources reach those in need.

The challenges faced by humanity often arise from collective actions and decisions. Compassion and assistance from fellow beings are crucial during times of crisis.

5. “What are your future plans? Are you planning to kill your people?”

Bhagwan reassured me that his intentions are not to harm humanity. He explained that he is a source of love, compassion, and guidance. While we may face challenges and difficulties, Bhagwan encouraged us to trust in our collective strength and resilience. He emphasized the importance of learning from past experiences and working towards a future that is built on unity, empathy, and compassion.

My divine plan involves evolution, resilience, and learning. The future is shaped by human choices, and I guide towards unity, compassion, and a harmonious existence.


Engaging in this conversation with Bhagwan provided me with a deeper understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on humanity. It reminded me of the importance of collective responsibility, scientific progress, and the power of compassion. While we may seek answers from a divine being, it is ultimately up to us to come together, support one another, and strive for a better future. Let us learn from this crisis and work towards building a resilient and compassionate world.

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