Ekanta एकान्त

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  • Hindi (Sanskrit) एकान्त

Ekanta meaning: Single Part


Ekanta name meaning

Literal meaning of Ekanta:

Sanskrit word Ekanta (एकान्त) refers to devotion towards one object or a single person. Ekanta also refers to invariable, constituent or component.


Intended meaning of Ekanta:

Mention of Ekanta is found in the Mahabharata (महाभारत), Manu-Smiriti (मनु-स्मृति) and Shakuntala (शकुन्तला) where Ekanta refers to a lonely or secret place. Ekanta is also mentioned in the writings of Patanjali (पतञ्जलि) where Ekanta denotes a portion or single part.
Reference of Ekanta is also found in the Bhagvat Puran (भागवत पुराण) in which this word refers to the worship of one being or devotion to one object. This word is also mentioned in Ramayan (रामायण) and Sushrut (सुश्रुत) exclusiveness, absoluteness or the only end.


Popularity of Ekanta

Ekanta is not a popular name in India. Ekanta is used by less than 20 people in India as per social media records. Ekanta is not at all a popular name in the USA.

As far as we can tell, Ekanta is a unique and stylish name with good meaning attached to it.

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More about Ekanta

  • Ekanta Apan (1987) is an Bengali movie.
  • Ekanta Seva is the last seva performed to Lord Venkateswara before closing the temple for that particular day.

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