Sanskrit Name Bandana (Sanskrit: बन्धन) literally means binding or tying.
Bandhan is an ancient Sanskrit word which found in Rig Veda, where this word means someone who is feeling bonded because of emotions and tying or someone tied with emotions with a group of peoples. Another meaning of Bandhan is arrest or someone unable to move. Bandhan refers to captivating or stopping. Bandhan also refers to dependent on, act of binding or fettering, as mentioned in Mahabharata.
Bandhan denotes construction of an golden environment for a better tomorrow. Bandhan also denotes fixing upon or suppressing.
As per statistics from USA popularity and Social media, name Bandhan is rarely used by people.
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