To know God turned Her back on Buddhism This is because the object would then have source in an evil act.
“Budh,” to know.
budh, “know, wake”. √ bādh … watch, notice, heed (A or G); perceive, learn, know, understand, regard or know as, take for (2A), present with (A of pers. & I of th.)
. bódhati etc. V.+,-te etc. E.+
IV. búdhyate etc. V.+,-ti etc. E.+
Simple Future: bhotsyati B.,-te E
Periphrastic Future: boddhā
√-Ao: bodhi (impv.) RV.; abudhran -ram RV., budhāná RV.; ábodhi V.+
Th Ao: budhánta RV., budhéma AV. ?
RAo: abūbudhat V
-s-Ao: ábhutsi etc. V.B., abuddha C. bhutsīṣṭa
-iṣ-Ao: bódhiṣat RV., abodhiṣata C
bubudhé etc. V.+, bubodha E. (búbodhati etc. bubodhas
In Buddhism, a bodhisattva (Sanskrit: बोधिसत्त्व bodhisattva; Pali: बोधिसत्त bodhisatta) is an enlightenment (bodhi) being (sattva). Traditionally, a bodhisattva is anyone who, motivated by great compassion, has generated bodhicitta, which is a spontaneous wish to attain Buddhahood for the benefit of all sentient beings. According to Tibetan Buddhism, a Bodhisattva is one of the four sublime states a human can achieve in life (the others being an Arhat, Buddha, or Pratyekabuddha).
In Vedic philosophy, sattva (Sanskrit sattva / सत्त्व «purity», literally «existence, reality»; adjectival sāttvika «pure», anglicised sattvic) is the most rarefied of the three gunas inSamkhya, sāttvika «pure», rājasika «excitable», and tāmasika «indifferent». Importantly, no value judgement is entailed as all guna are indivisible and mutually qualifying.