A large group consisting of two kinds of close associates is called a yutha. A yutha is divided into three groups:
same age sakhis (vayasyas),
maidservants (dasis) and
Those who know the eternal fundamental principles of rasa-tattva have further divided the yutha into various sections:
kulas, which are further divided into mandalas;
mandalas, which are divided into vargas;
vargas into ganas;
ganas into samavayas;
samavayas into sancayas;
sancayas into samajas, and
samajas, which are further divided into samanvayas.
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