Angara is an ancient Sanskrit word which literally means burning charcoal. Angara also refers to something that is burning like a burning stone from volcanic eruption.
According to the reference found in Unadi-Sutra Angara is used for charcoal, either burning or not burning.
Reference of Angara is also found in Harivansh where it refers to the prince of Marut.
This name also founds reference in Vishnu-Puran (विष्णु-पुराण) where it denotes something that belongs to the people of the country.
As per description found in Moneir-Williams dictionary Angara name signifies an herbal plant. Angara name also refers to planet Mars.
Angar literally means "Cleft" in Buryat language and it is the name of river in Siberia (Russia).
As we can clearly see in the chart Angara is not a popular name in the USA. Angara is not used by any people in the USA as the name of their children. In India also Angara is used by less than 40 people as the name of their children.
Angara is a good Sanskrit word, but as a name it is not that good because of meaning. Still a few people are in India with name Angara.
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