Here is what it means to the people of different faiths.
Do you think this changes how people view God?
What if samara meant in old Hebrew: “under the law or rule of god.”
What if samara meant in Islam: “Guardian or “protected by god.”
What if samara meant in Buddhism: Sengsara, suffering.
What if samara meant in Hinduism: the dwelling of samsara, the continous flow of cycle of birth, death, and rebirth from bondage.
Do you think it changes the way people understand faith, God and religion? I think it does, and perspective we carry is the truth of our bodies in this world.
Here is a resource I found helpful to understand Hindus definition of samara or samsara. http://www.telugubhakti.com/telugupages/Monthly/Satsang/Bhajagovindam.htm