Ancient Sanskrit word Dharmadhyaksha (Sanskrit धर्माध्यक्ष) literally means overseer of justice, judge, magistrate and minister of justice.
In the Sanskrit language, Dharma means "law or justice personified, custom" and Adhyaksha means "controller, superintendent". Thereby, Dharmadhyaksha can be loosely translated as "controller of justice". Mention of Dharmadhyaksha (धर्माध्यक्ष) is found in Canakya (चाणक्य) and Rajatarangini where this word refers to overseer of justice, minister of justice, judge, magistrate.
Dharmadhyaksha is also found in thousand names of Vishnu where Dharmadhyaksha refers to Lord Vishnu who is the controller of Dharma.
Dharmadhyaksha is not at all a popular baby name in the USA. In the social media network, the name Dharmadhyaksha is used by a handful of people.
In our opinion, Dharmadhyaksha is a rare name. It also has a nice meaning attached to it. Dharmadhyaksha has great mythological reference. Dharmadhyaksha is not popular in the USA, because it is longer with 4 syllables and difficult to pronunciation too.
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