Sanskrit Kshana (क्षण) literally means second or moment.
Kshana is an another name of Lord Ganesha known as 'Acts In A Flash', because the quick-moving Lord Ganesha, whose siwiftness is beyond measure, acts in a trice.
Also Kshana is an another name of Lord Shiva known as 'the Moment', because he is the Divine Moment when He can be realised.
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