[view·edit·purge]Mahadeva means "great God" in Sanskrit. In Hinduism this refers to Shiva. In Buddhism it refers to Gautama Buddha, or to Mahādeva, the founder of the Caitika school of Indian Buddhism, or a literary figure associated with five points of contention in some Theravada works.
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