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From Hindupedia, the Hindu Encyclopedia

By M. A. Alwar


Indraluptakam is a masculine form.


The word is derived by adding the affix kan to the word indralupta in svārtha.[1]


Indraluptakam is the disease indralupta which is mentioned in:

  1. Bhūriprayoga
  2. Jaṭādhara
  3. Hemacandra.

Symptoms & Cure[edit]

Symptoms and Cure of this disease can be seen under indraluptam.


  1. Svārtha means without any change in meaning.
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