Bhalla is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin which means auspicious or favorable. Bhalla also refers to spear or particular part of an arrow.
Reference of Bhalla is found in various Epics like Mahabharata, Kavya, Panini and Hitopdesh (हितोपदेश).
Bhalla founds reference in Hitopdesh where it is used for bear.
As described in Kavya and Mahabharata Bhalla is a kind of arrow or missile with a point of a particular shape. It is also used as a particular part of an arrow.
Bhalla is mentioned in Gobhil-Shraadh-Kalp (गोभिल-श्राद्ध-कल्प) where it is used as a term addressing the sun.
As per Monier-Williams sir, Bhalla is equal to भद्र (Bhadra) which is auspicious or favorable, and also name of Lord Shiva.
Bhalla is not a very popular name in India. Bhalla is not used by any people in the USA as the name of their children.
Bhalla is a unique name of Lord Shiva with good meaning.
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