Aghor (Sanskrit अघोर) is an ancient name of Sanskrit origin, which literally means not terrible, not terrific and as beyond death, senses and time, and hence fearless. Another meaning is worshipper of Lord Shiva and Durga.
Mention of Aghor is found in Monier Williams' Sanskrit-English Dictionary in which Aghor means not terrific and Aghor is a euphemistic title of Lord Shiva (शिव). Aghor finds reference in the Shiva Purana (शिव पुराण) where this word refers to a worshipper of Lord Shiva (शिव) and Durga (दुर्गा). Aghor (Sanskrit अघोर) is another name of Lord Ganesha in the form of as beyond death, senses and time, and hence fearless.
The name Aghor is not popular in USA as indicated by the absence of the chart. Aghor is not a popular name in India, according to the social media profile counts. Here Aghor is used by mere 22 people in India as the name of their babies.
The Hindu baby name Aghor is short, sweet and unique. Aghor also has a great meaning attached to it. It has variously been used to refer to a number of mythological figures, including Shiva and Ganesh in Hinduism.
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