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 Sakhrat [Sak-rah’].Sa-kun’tala. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Sak’ta.
 
A worshipper of a Sakti, or female deity, in Hindu mythology. The Saktas are divided into two branches, the Dakshin’acha’rins and the Vam’acha’rins (the followers of the right-hand and left-hand ritual). The latter practise the grossest impurities. (Sanskrit, sakti, power, energy.)   1
 


 Sakhrat [Sak-rah’].Sa-kun’tala. 

 
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