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Dīpaka

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By Jit Majumdar


  1. lighting; illuminating; inflaming
  2. lamp; flame
  3. another name for Kāma; the saffron plant (Crocus sativus); a famous rāga, which is rarely sung in modern times and is considered as having he power to set the surroundings on fire if sung perfectly.