Thri (is same as the three, because the Latin and Sanskrit roots are same)- Bhuvana (means world – in Indian myth, heaven, earth and the nether regions) – Winner (ultimately, love wins over Gods, humans and demons). So this formless god, with his flower-tipped arrows is invincible. Even the great Siva, the supreme ascetic, was overpowered.
It is the dream of every dad that his son grows up to be such an epitome of soft power!
Interestingly, Kama’s wife is Rati – a name which also means sexual intercourse.