Definition of Swarga in English:

Swarga

(also Svarga)

noun

Hinduism
  • Heaven, specifically the heaven presided over by the god Indra, where virtuous souls reside before reincarnation.

    • ‘The old King's work in the world is over and he has entered Swarga.’
    • ‘The most cherished land for all civilizations, in all times, was the land ascribed to gods, popularly known as Swarga.’
    • ‘Above the earth are six heavens called Swarga, with increasing beatitude as one ascends.’
    • ‘Deserving Swarga, one must perform sacrifices.’
    • ‘He soon found his way to Swarga's towering gates.’
    paradise, nirvana, the kingdom of heaven, the promised land, the heavenly kingdom, the city of god, the celestial city, the abode of god, the abode of the saints, the abode of the angels, zion, abraham's bosom, the empyrean
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Origin

Mid 18th century: from Sanskrit Svarga.

Pronunciation

Swarga

/ˈswɑːɡə/