Means 'Master of religion' or 'Lord of religion'. Its etymology is a contraction of Dharm + esh: Dharm means religion, esh means king, Master or Lord.
Adimata (adi 'primeval, first' +mata 'mothert') literally me..more
Spandan (in Devanagari: स्पन्दन) is a Hindu masculine given ..more
New name Shravas means prestige, renown, reputation and fame..more
Tripat (Sanskrit त्रिपाट) is ancient Sanskrit word which lit..more
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