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Diksha, Indian Ritual
Diksha is a ritual performed by the Hindus.
 Diksha, Indian RitualDiksha is a ritual performed by the Hindus. Diksha also means a new birth and a rite of initiation.

Again, as per the Bhagavata, Diksha is also the name of the wife of Ugra, one of the eight Rudras or manifestations of Brahma.

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(Last Updated on : 23/09/2009)
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