KAMA

KAMA

Kāma (Sanskrit, Pali; Devanagari: काम) is often translated from Sanskrit as sexual desire, sexual pleasure, sensual gratification, sexual fulfillment, or eros, but can more broadly mean desire, wish, passion, longing, pleasure of the senses, the aesthetic enjoyment of life, affection, or love, without sexual connotations.

Read more about KAMA:  Kama in Hinduism, Kama in Buddhism, Theosophy: Kama, Kamarupa and Kamaloka

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Nyko Kama
... The Nyko Kama is a third-party Nunchuk accessory created for the Wii video game console by Nyko, available in wireless or wired versions ... device, the controller takes its name from the traditional Japanese kama a stealthy, curved weapon ... Like the original Nunchuk, the Kama features an analog control stick, and "Z" and "C" buttons ...
Sheshma River
... in Tatarstan and Samara Oblast, Russian Federation, a left tributary of the Kama River, falling into the Kuybyshev Reservoir near Starosheshminsk ... Kama River Left tributary of the Volga River Tributaries Kosa Vishera Mulyanka Chusovaya Sylva Belaya Izh Ik Toyma Sheshma Zay Vyatka Myosha Reservoirs Kama Votkinsk ...
Kama, Fukuoka
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Toyma River
... Federation, a right-bank tributary of the Kama River ... It origins in Udmurtia and falls to the Kama near Yelabuga, Tatarstan ... Kama River Left tributary of the Volga River Tributaries Kosa Vishera Mulyanka Chusovaya Sylva Belaya Izh Ik Toyma Sheshma Zay Vyatka Myosha Reservoirs Kama Votkinsk ...
Beit Kama - Economy
... Beit Kama jointly owns one of the largest agriculture cooperatives in Israel, Shikma, together with Kibbutz Mishmar HaNegev, and operates a large dairy farm ... Beit Kama once owned a biomedical company, Kamada ... Although these two branches still functioning within Beit Kama they are no longer operated by the cooperative ...