Sanskrit word Ekagra (Sanskrit एकाग्र) literally refers to concentrated or undisturbed. Ekagra also refers to attentive, calm, stable or tranquil.
Ekagra founds reference in various Epics of Hindu mythology like Mahabharata (महाभारत) and Manu-Smirit (मनु-स्मृति) where Ekagra denotes one pointed object or fixing someone's attention upon a point.
Mention of Ekagra is also found in Bhagvat Puran (भागवत पुराण) and Bhagvat Gita (भगवद्-गीता) where Ekagra means closely attentive, absorbed in, intent, undisturbed or not perplexed.
Reference of this word is also found in Sir Monier-Williams dictionary where Ekagra is used for the whole of the long side of a figure which is subdivided.
Ekagra is not a popular name in either of the countries. Ekagra is used by few people in India as the name of their kids.
Ekagra is a nice name with a nice meaning attached to it. Ekagra is also a stylish name.
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