Sanskrit name Gajapati (Sanskrit गजपति) literally means king of elephants. Gajapati also refers to Lord of Elephants.
Gajapati is another name of Airavata, who is elephant of God Indra. Gajapati is also known as Lord of elephants. Mention of Gajapati is found in Rasikraman (रसिकरमण) in which Gajapati is a title given to kings in old times. Gajapati is also found to be referred in Shishupal-Vadh (शिशुपाल-वध) where Gajapati was a stately elephant.
Gajapati is not a popular name in either of the countries. Gajapati is adopted by less than 25 people in India as the name of their kids. Gajapati is not adopted by the people of the USA as the name of their children.
Gajapati is an older style and unique name. Gajapati also has mythological significance attached to it.
Yogendra (Sanskrit योगेन्द्र) is an ancient name of Sanskrit..more
Chandrachur (चन्द्रचुर) is a masculine first name in India t..more
Sanskrit name Lubdhaka means hunter, covetous or greedy man..more
Means "one who has accomplished a goal", Combing from Sanskr..more
Tarala (तरला) is Girl name. In Sanskrit Tarala means ruby, g..more
Shivansh (शिवांश) is a masculine first name in India that li..more
Ancient Sanskrit name Swadha (Sanskrit स्वधा) literally mean..more
Balan (Sanskrit बलन) literally refers to strengthening or ac..more
http://www.pitarau.com/ is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon. Clicking on an Amazon link from http://www.pitarau.com/ does not increase the cost of any item you purchase.