Ancient word Hemachandra (Sanskrit हेमचन्द्र) literally means golden moon or moon of the winter season. It also denotes something that is decorated with a golden crescent.
Hemachandra is a combination of Hema means snow or winter and Chandra means moon, so Hemachandra means moon of the winter season.
Hemachandra founds reference in Ramayan where it refers to something that is decorated with a golden crescent.
This name also founds to be referred in the Purans where it is used as the name of a king.
Hemachandra was the name of a Jain scholar, poet, and polymath who wrote on philosophy, grammar, prosody, and contemporary history.
Hemachandra gained the title Kalik-Sarvagya, which means someone who knows all about Kali Yuga.
Hemachandra is not a popular name in the USA. Hemachandra is a bit popular in India.
In our opinion Hemachandra is a unique name. It has a nice meaning and it sounds old stylish. This name has some sort of mythological significance.
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