Krama, 3 Definition(s)
1) krama—(in dramatic language) attainment of the object desired (or according to to others "noticing of any one's affection")
2) krama—"progressing step by step", a peculiar manner or method of reading and writing Vedic texts.
3) krama—a position taken (by an animal etc.) before making a spring or attacking.
4) krama—(in rhetoric) a kind of simile (in which the comparisons exhibited correspond to each other in regular succession)
5) krama—according to order or rank or series.
6) krama—custom, rule sanctioned by tradition.
other: diet, hereditary descent, method, occasion, power, the foot, the way, order, a step
Krama is a Sanskrit term roughly meaning "gradually", "chronology", "custom" or "diet".
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