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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 natives. (47) Candarpù.-A name of Cama, the god of love, who having wounded Siva with one of his flowery 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) Devaci.-The mother of Crishna.
(52) Reti.-The wife of Cama, god of love.
(53) Yama.-The genius of Death.
(54) Cesava.-A name given to Crishna, on account of the fineness of his hair.
(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) Jayadeva.-A celebrated Hindu poet, the author of the preceding poem. (62) Pervati.-The consort of Siva.
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