Bhuvarloka


Bhuvarloka
astronomical name
this planet is situated between the earth and the sun planet. It is attained by siddhas and munis.
Bhuvarloka is the second of seven upper planetary systems, named: 1) Bhūr or Bhūrloka 2) Bhuvar or Bhuvarloka 3) Svar or Svarloka, Svarga, Svargaloka 4) Mahar or Maharloka 5) Janas or Janaloka 6) Tapas or Tapaloka 7) Satya or Satyaloka, Brahmāloka

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