Diksha derived from Sanskrit word diksa, which word is derived from the Sanskrit root da ("to give") plus kṣi ("to destroy") or alternately from the verb root diks ("to consecrate").
Literal meaning of Diksha is 'preparation or consecration for a religious ceremony'.
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