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By Jit Majumdar
Sometimes transliterated as: Bhuta, BhUta, Bhuuta
manifested on earth
present; existing; true; real; tangible; material; essence of
substance; a spirit; a phantom; a son; an asetic
a son of Vasudeva and Pauravī; a priest of the gods (A. Koş); a son-in-lawof
); ( (fem: bhūtā) the 14th day of the dark half of the lunar month.
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