Devata is a Sanskrit word which means Goddess or Idol of God.
Reference of Devata is found in the Mahabharata, Veda and many other ancient Epics. In Riga Veda (ऋग्-वेद), Arthav Veda (अथर्व-वेद) and Brahman, Devata refers to God head or divinity. It is also referred to as someone being with a God or among the Gods. In Manu Smriti, Mahabharata and Puran, Devata is defined as Image of a deity or Idol of a deity.
Devata in ancient Bharata are like guardians. And also Devata are guardians of every aspect of life and nature. There are many kinds of devatas like Vana Devata or forest spirits, Grama Devata or village Gods, Devata of river crossings, caves, mountains, and so on. Every human activity has its Devata, its spiritual counterpart or aspect.
According to the chart Devata is not a popular name in the USA. Devata is not much used in India also. Devata is used by only a few people as the name of their children.
In our opinion Devata is a strong, powerful and divine name. Devata has a strong mythological significance.
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