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sugar : sharkaraa
sugarcane : ikshuH
Caraṇāmṛta : remnants of water and other liquids used for bathing the Deity and then been mixed with yogurt and sugar .
Charu : A preparation of boiled rice , milk , sugar and ghee , to be offered into the fire for gods ; a sattvic dietary regimen usually taken by yoga-practitioners and celibates . Havishya .
Charu : A preparation of boiled rice , milk , sugar and ghee , to be offered into the fire for gods ; a Sattvic regimen usually taken by Yoga-practitioners and celibates .
dharma : Religious principles , or , more properly , individual duty . In another sense , dharma is the inseparable nature of a thing that distinguishes it , like the heat of fire or the sweetness of sugar .
guda . Sugar .
gulabjamun : a sweet ball made from milk powder , fried in ghee , and soaked in sugar syrup .
halava : a dessert made from toasted grains , butter , and sugar .
halava : A sweet dish made from roasted grains , butter , sugar , and water or milk .
Ikshu . Sea of sugar cane .
ikshu . Sugar cane .
kanda ( khaanda ). Section , chapter , canto , expanse of water , sugar cane .
kiNva : [ L ] ferment , drug or seed used to produce fermentation in the manufacture of spirits from sugar , bassia , 326 ( taNDula-k- } ) ; sin 150 .
Payasa : A liquid offering to gods prepared with rice (boiled) , milk , ghee or melted butter , and sugar , with necessary spices ; also known as Paramannam .

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