Anamitra is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin which refers to a person who is without an enemy. Anamitra refers to someone who is liked by all.
Anamitra founds reference in Arthav Veda and Vajsaneyiya Sanhita (वाजसनेयि-संहिता) where it signifies having no enemies. Anamitra has been names of many people in Hindu mythology where it is also name of a particular king of Ayodhya. Anamitra means absence of enemies, which depicts a person of peaceful and friendly nature.
Anamitra is not a popular name in the USA. As the social media count, Anamitra is not much popular in India also. It is used by less people in India as the name of their child.
Anamitra is a name with a beautiful and unique meaning. But it does not sound good.
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