Arni (Sanskrit अरणी) is ancient word of Sanskrit origin which means turning round. Arni also refers to the act of removing darkness by sifting the fire.
Arni finds reference in Riga Veda (ऋग् वेद) where Arni refers to pieces of wood used for kindling fire by attrition. Arni is also used in Riga Veda for being fitted into or turning round.
Mention of Arni is also found in the Epic Harivansh in which Arni is used to represent the mother.
Mention of this name is found in Arthav Veda (अथर्व वेद) also where Arni denotes discomfort or pain.
Lexicographers like Halayudh and Hemchandra has also used Arni in their writings where Arni represents the Sun and an herbal plant.
Arni is a not a popular name in either India or the USA. Arni is used by mere 4 people in the USA as the name of their children. In India also Arni is used by less than 18 people as the name of their kids.
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