Ancient word of Sanskrit origin Chala (Sanskrit चल) literally refers to fraud, wickedness or trick. Chala also refers to perverting the sense of the words.
Mention of Chala is found in Bhagvat Purana (भागवत-पुराण) with meanings like fraud, deceit, sham, guise, pretense, delusion, semblance, fiction, feint, trick, fallacy. Chala is also found to be referred in Nyayasutra (न्यायसूत्र) where Chala is used for deceitful disputation, perverting the sense of the words.
Horace H. Wilson used word Chala as wickedness. This word is also mentioned in the Epic Vishnu Purana (विष्णु-पुराण) where Chala was a name of son of Dal.
According to the chart shown above Chala is a somewhat popular name in the USA. Chala is in trend since 1973 and it is used by 4 - 11 people per year by the people of the USA as the name of their children. Chala is not a popular name in India.
As far as we can tell, Chala is a short and sweet name with negative meaning attached to it.
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