Anadi (Sanskrit अनादि) is an ancient Sanskrit word which means eternal. Anadi also means without beginning.
The name Anadi (Sanskrit अनादि) is a Sanskrit compound, joining the words An, meaning without and Adi, meaning beginning. Thereby, Anadi can be loosely translated as "without beginning".
Mention of Anadi is found in Sahashranama as 941st name of Lord Vishnu. Anadi also founds reference in Vishnu Puran as Lord Vishnu is beginning less and is cause of all.
Anadi is also found to be mentioned in Naishadh-Charit (नैषध-चरित) where Anadi refers to incessantly or perpetually. This word is also mentioned in Sir Monier-Williams dictionary with meanings like eternal or existing from eternity.
Anadi is a somewhat popular name in India. As per social media, Anadi is adopted by more than 125 people in India as the name of their babies. And is not a popular name in the USA.
Anadi is a short and stylish name. And has a great sort of mythological significance attached to it.
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