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.
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