Ganeshvara is a word popularly used among Hindus as a masculine name. The literal meaning of Ganeshvara (गणेश्वर) is "chief of a troop, leader of a band, chief of the animals (lion) and lord of the Ganas". The name originates from the Sanskrit language but is more often used as a Marathi name.
Ganeshvara finds reference in Mahabharata (महाभारत) and Ramayana where this word refers to the chief of a troop, leader of a band. Mention of Ganeshvara (गणेश्वर) is found in Lexicographers, esp. such as Amarasimha, Halayudha, Hemacandra where this word refers to " chief of the animals ", the lion.
Ganeshvara is also found in thousand names of Ganesha where Ganeshvara refers to Lord Ganesha who is Lord of the Universe. Ganeshvara is also name of Lord Shiva and Vishnu as former of the Universe.
The name Ganeshvara is not popular in USA as indicated by the absence of the chart. Ganeshvara is not a popular name in India. Ganeshvara is adopted by only handful of people (rarely used) in India as the name of their kids.
The Hindu baby name Ganeshvara is rare. Ganeshvara also has good meaning attached to it. It has variously been used to refer to a number of mythological figures, including Ganesh, Shiva and Vishnu in Hinduism. Ganeshvara is a long (as syllables 4) and very hard to pronounce name.
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