Gajakarna (Sanskrit गजकर्ण) is the ancient Sanskrit boy name which literally means elephant-ear.
In the Sanskrit language, Gaja means "elephant" and Karna means "ear". Thereby, Gajakarna can be loosely translated as "elephant-ear".
Mention of Gajakarna is found in the Mahabharata (महाभारत) in which Gajakarna means Elephant-ear and name of Yaksa in Kubera's court. Gajakarna (Sanskrit गजकर्ण) is another name of Lord Ganesha.
The name Gajakarna is not popular in USA as indicated by the absence of the chart. In the social media network, the name Gajakarna is used by a handful of people.
Name Gajakarna is rare. Gajakarna has a very beautiful meaning attached to it. Gajakarna has an association with Hindu mythology. Gajakarna is a long (as syllables 4) and very hard to pronounce name.
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