Ancient Sanskrit word Arha (Sanskrit अर्ह) literally refers to someone who is deserving or full of merit. Arha refers to someone worthy of being praised.
Arha is the ancient name of Sanskrit origin, which is another name of Lord Vishnu and God Indra.
Reference of Arha is found in Vishnu Puran where Arha refers to the one who deserves to be worshiped with all rites, rituals and offerings.
Arha also means meriting, deserving, praise worthy, someone worthy or being entitled to. This name is mentioned in Panchtantra (पञ्चतन्त्र) where it refers to proper or fit.
Mention of Arha is also found in Ramayan where Arha is used for something worth of money or a worthy price tag.
Arha is not very known word and hence it is not adopted by many people as the name of their children. Arha is used by few people as the name of their babies in India.
Arha is a short and sweet name Arha has a great sort of mythological significance. Arha is a stylish name also.
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