Niranjan निरंजन ni/ran-jan
Meaning of Niranjan
Literal meaning in Sanskrit "Fearless".
Niranjan is combination of Nir means 'Without' and Anjan means 'fear', also in Sanskrit "Anjan" means "MAYA" as in the causal force for all feelings of "self" and belongings.
Niranjan is one of the names of Venkateshwara, a god in Hindu religion. Niranjan is another name/form of Lord Shiva.
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- Niranjan Iyengar has penned the dialogues for various Hindi movies like Jism (film), Rog, Kal Ho Naa Ho and Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna.
- The term Niranjan Nirankar Swaroop refers to the Satpanth idea (found in the Ginans of the Ismaili religious tradition) that the true spiritual teacher is esoteric and all-pervading, found by the Mureed when meditating upon special mantras given by the exoteric spiritual teacher(Bandagi).
- Niranjan Pal was a playwright, screenwriter and director in the Indian film industry in the silent and early talkie days.
- Niranjan Sen Gupta was an Bengali Indian freedom fighter and revolutionary.
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