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NOTES ON THE GITAGOVINDA.

(42) Cansa.—The maternal uncle of Crishna, destroyed by him for his iniquities.

(43) Mahesa.—Literally, mighty Lord, an epithet of the god Shiva. »

(44) Mahadeva.—The great deity; also an attribute of Shiva.

(45) Ananga.—A title of the god of love, implying incorporeal.

(46) Bimba.—A common plant, called also Cundooree, producing red berries which are eaten by the earn.

(47) Candarpa.—A name of Cama, the god of love, who having wounded Siva with one of his fiWv

arrows, was by him in revenge reduced to ashes.

(48) Madhu.—A giant destroyed by Crishna.

(49) Murari.—A name of Crishna. %

(50) Govinda.—A name of Crishna.

(51) Dernci.—The mother of Crishna.

(52) lieti.—The wife of Cama, god of love. y (63) Varna.—The genius of Death.

(54) Cesare. —A name given to Crishna, on account of the fineness of his hair. ■

(55) Madhuca.Bossia.

(56) Tila.—A grain called Sesamum.

(57) Cunda.—The jessamine.

(58) Narayan.—A name of Crishna.

(59) Sambara.—A tyrant destroyed by Cama.

(60) Vishnu.—A name of Crishna.

(61) Jayadew.—A celebrated Hindu poet, the author of the preceding poem.

(62) Pervati.—The consort of Siva.

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