Ancient Sanskrit Name Dasarathi (Sanskrit दाशरथि) is used to denote something that belongs to Dashrath.
Mention of Dasarathi is found in the Mahabharata and Ramayan where it is also a name of Lord Ram.
Dasarathi is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin, which means someone who belongs to the family of King Dashrath.
Dasarathi also founds to be mentioned in the writings of lexicographers like Hemchandra and Halayudh in which they have called Lakshman (लक्ष्मण) Dasarathi.
Dasarathi is not a popular name in either of the countries. Dasarathi is used by more less people in India as the name of their babies, while it is not used by any people In the USA as the name of their children.
In our opinion Dasarathi is a unique and sweet name. Dasarathi has a great sort of mythological significance.
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