Brahmaloka

/brah"meuh loh"keuh/, n. Hinduism.
the highest part of Kamaloka, where refined souls exist in blissful contemplation of Brahma.
[ < Skt brahma BRAHMA + loka world, c. L lucus sacred grove]

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