21 or 33 senses-2
Source: The New Scientist

sparsa bark

sparśa - touching. touch, sense of touch. m. (in phil.) the quality of tangibility. m. any quality which is perceptible by touching any object (e.g. heat , cold , smoothness , softness &c )m. (in gram.) collective N. of the twenty-five consonants constituting the five classes from k to m (so-called because formed by complete contact of the organs of utterance ; m. (in phil.) the quality of tangibility (which constitutes the skin's viṣaya m. a kind of sexual union a gift , offering