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From Hindupedia, the Hindu Encyclopedia

By Jit Majumdar

  1. moving constantly; ever active
  2. playful; active; fickle; restless
  3. the wind (fem: cancalā):
  4. an epithet for Lakşmī, signifying that wealth and fortune, which she represents and personifies, are always hard to acquire for oneself and equally hard to maintain and hold on to except with a lot of effort, patience, caution and worldly intelligence.

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