Ancient Sanskrit word Guruprasad (गुरुप्रसाद) literally means blessings of Guru. Guruprasad also refers to product of Guru's favour or learning.
Guruprasad (गुरुप्रसाद) is derived from the Sanskrit words Guru meaning "teacher" and Prasada meaning "the blessing". Thereby, Guruprasad can be loosely translated as "the blessing of teacher (Guru) ".'
Guruprasad is found to be referred in writings of Horace H. Wilson where Guruprasad refers to product of Guru's favour or learning and propitiousness or the favour of one's Guru.
Guruprasad is a very popular name in India. Guruprasad is adopted by more than 1150 people in India as the name of their children. Guruprasad is not adopted by the people of the USA as the name of their children, as it is very long name.
Guruprasad is little old style and very long name. But it has beautiful meaning attached to it with mythological reference.
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