Dwarakanath द्वारकानाथ

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  • Unique name
  • 5 syllables and 11 letters
  • pronounced as dvArakAnAtha
  • Hindi (Sanskrit) द्वारकानाथ

Dwarakanath meaning: Lord

Dwarakanath name meaning

Literal meaning of Dwarakanath:

Sanskrit boy name Dwarakanath (Sanskrit द्वारकानाथ) literally refers lord of dvaraka.

Intended meaning of Dwarakanath:

The name Dwarakanath (also transliterated as Dwarakanath, Dwarakhanath or Dvarakanath) is one of the ancient Indian names and is derived from the Sanskrit roots "Dwara" and "Kanth". "Dwara" means "Dwaraka" and "Kanth" means "lord". Together, they indicate Lord of Dwaraka. Religious Thought and Life in India have used Dwarakanath (द्वारकानाथ) in their works to refer lord of Dwaraka and Dwarakanath is the name of Lord Krishna.

Popularity of Dwarakanath

Dwarakanath is not at all a popular baby name in the USA. As per social media profile counts, Dwarakanath (also alternate spelling Dvarakanath and Dwarakhanath) are not a popular name in India.

In our opinion, Dwarakanath is little old style name. It has good meaning attached to it. Dwarakanath has an association with Hindu mythology. Dwarakanath is not popular in the USA, because it is long with 5 syllables and difficult to pronunciation too.

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