Ancient word of Sanskrit origin Dinakar (Sanskrit दिनकर) is another name of God Sun. Dinakar literally refers to making the day or light.
Dinakar founds mention in Sir Monier-Williams dictionary where Dinakar refers to the act of making day or light. Dinakar is also found to be referred in Kavya literature as another name of God Sun.
Mention of Dinakar is found in Ramtapniya-Upnishad (रामतापनीय-उपनिषद्) and Shishupal-Vadh (शिशुपाल-वध) as name of several men. Dinakar finds mention in Ramatapaniya Upanisad where Dinakar is the name of an Aditya (आदित्य).
Dinakar is a very popular name in India. As per social media records, Dinakar is adopted by nearly 500 people in India as the name of their children. Dinakar is not a popular name in the USA as it is shown above.
Dinakar is a beautiful name. Dinakar is also a stylish name. Dinakar also has mythological significance attached to it.
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