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In this cauldron fashioned from delusion, with the sun as fire and day and night as kindling wood, the months and seasons as the ladle for stirring, Time (or Death) cooks all beings: this is the simple truth. the Mahabharata, III.313.118 Kala is a Sanskrit word that can be translated as “time” or “death”

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1 Enakshi Ganguly = "Kaal means both Time and Death"
2 Enakshi Ganguly = ""For a thousand ages lasts One day of Brahma, And for a thousand ages one such night;This knowing, men will know (what is meant by) day and night. At the day's dawning all things manifest; Spring forth from the Unmanifest; And then at nightfall they dissolve again, In (that same mystery) surnamed "Unmanifest.""Source: http://veda.wikidot.com/hindu-cosmology"
3 Enakshi Ganguly = ""Using the fire of the sun to create the flames of day and night, and stirring the cauldron of Great Delusion (mahamoha) with the ladle of the seasons and months, Time cooks all living creatures -- this is the message." - Yudhishtira Source: https://books.google.com/books?id=gwUF11NRyT4C&pg=PA141&lpg=PA141&dq=mahabharat+iii+313+118&source=bl&ots=x7b2QClUoE&sig=8HvUOD3ytB88Ueu9cOZDOvPwSw0&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CB8Q6AEwAGoVChMIg7nhiZ_vxwIViJWACh3-cwlL#v=onepage&q=mahabharat%20iii%20313%20118&f=false"