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Subject: Re: Arisai
Author: তন্ময় ভট   (guest, 67.101.189.147)
Date: May 21, 2007 at 5:11:32 PM
Reply to: Re: Arisai by Anneza
Thanks, but that is in an Indian context, where hara (from a root meaning to steal) is the name of the destroyer and hari (from a root possibly meaning yellow/green) is the name of the protector. (kRSNa, for dark coloured, is a pastoral god identified with hari) But, I was interested hari in the Persian context.

Incidentally, the vocative term hare kRSNa is the common form, used in invoking the protector, though harikRSNa has been used historically as a name.

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