Iha (in Devanagari: ईहा) is a Hindu feminine given name of Sanskrit origin, which literally means "request, desire, effort and wish." It also means exertion and activity.
Mention of Iha is found in Manu Smrti (मनु स्मृति), Mahabharata and Ramayana where Iha refers to effort, exertion or activity. Iha (ईहा) finds to be mentioned in the Ramayana (रामायण), Sahitya Darpana and Mahabharata where Iha is used to request, desire or wish.
As per USA popularity chart is not shown, name Iha is not popular in the USA. Iha is a somewhat popular name in India. Iha is used by 16 people in India as per social media records.
As far as we can tell, Iha is short, sweet and unique name. Name Iha is with good meaning attached to it. Iha has an association with Hindu mythology. It can be gaining popularity in the U.S.A as its a short name and easy to pronounce as well.
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