maya

Maya

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*: When her little friends asked her what her name was, her father replied that it was Conchita - his diminutive for Maria de la Concepción. "Con-what?" they would ask again, aware, apparently, that con in French is a fool, an idiot. So her parents started calling her Maria, which from the little girls lips soon began to sound like Maya. "Maya!" exclaimed her father. "Its perfect. It means the greatest illusion on earth." So Maya it was from then on - Maya Walter.

*: Eventually, Pran and Savita decided by correspondence on Maya. Its two simple syllables meant, among other things: the goddess Lakshmi, illusion, fascination, art, the goddess Durga, kindness, and the name of the mother of Buddha. It also meant: ignorance, delusion, fraud, guile, and hypocrisy; but no one who named their daughter Maya ever paid any attention to those pejorative possibilities.

*: - - - Why ever not, Ma? said Meenakshi.Its a very Bengali name, a very nice name.

*: When her little friends asked her what her name was, her father replied that it was Conchita - his diminutive for Maria de la Concepción. "Con-what?" they would ask again, aware, apparently, that con in French is a fool, an idiot. So her parents started calling her Maria, which from the little girls lips soon began to sound like Maya. "Maya!" exclaimed her father. "Its perfect. It means the greatest illusion on earth." So Maya it was from then on - Maya Walter.

*: Eventually, Pran and Savita decided by correspondence on Maya. Its two simple syllables meant, among other things: the goddess Lakshmi, illusion, fascination, art, the goddess Durga, kindness, and the name of the mother of Buddha. It also meant: ignorance, delusion, fraud, guile, and hypocrisy; but no one who named their daughter Maya ever paid any attention to those pejorative possibilities.

*: - - - Why ever not, Ma? said Meenakshi.Its a very Bengali name, a very nice name.

*: When her little friends asked her what her name was, her father replied that it was Conchita - his diminutive for Maria de la Concepción. "Con-what?" they would ask again, aware, apparently, that con in French is a fool, an idiot. So her parents started calling her Maria, which from the little girls lips soon began to sound like Maya. "Maya!" exclaimed her father. "Its perfect. It means the greatest illusion on earth." So Maya it was from then on - Maya Walter.

*: Eventually, Pran and Savita decided by correspondence on Maya. Its two simple syllables meant, among other things: the goddess Lakshmi, illusion, fascination, art, the goddess Durga, kindness, and the name of the mother of Buddha. It also meant: ignorance, delusion, fraud, guile, and hypocrisy; but no one who named their daughter Maya ever paid any attention to those pejorative possibilities.

*: - - - Why ever not, Ma? said Meenakshi.Its a very Bengali name, a very nice name.

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