maharargyr: maker’s merit; from mahav (make, maker) and argyr (quantized merit), the excellence which one accrues from a worthy creation.
Note: refers only to the excellence itself, rather than the repute derived from it. This latter is mahadársúnar, from mahav and dársúnar (glory), which in turn is from daráv (sophont) and súnar (brilliant, shining).
Query: Is there a corresponding term for excellence accrued from an unworthy creation? (i.e. “They really shouldn’t have done this at all, but you have to admit they did it really well”; or, “Awful taste, but great execution.”)