noun pra·ka·ra·na \prəˈkərənə\

Definition of prakarana



  1. :  a drama of India involving fictional situations from ordinary life

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Origin and Etymology of prakarana

Sanskrit, production, creation, discussion, topic, prakarana, from prakaroti he makes, produces, accomplishes

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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