Sanskrit name Ipsita literally means a wish. Ipsita also means desire.
Ipsita is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin, which means a wish. Ipsita also denotes desire of dire need of a person.
Reference of Ipsita is found in various Epics like Ramayan, Mahabharata, Raghuvansh and Kathasaritsagar (कथासरित्सागर).
Other meanings of Ipsita are like or liked and sought after.
According to the chart Ipsita is a bit popular name in India. Ipsita has been used by more than 350 people as the name of their children. Ipsita is not a popular name in the USA.
In our opinion Ipsita is a unique name with a beautiful meaning. Also Ipsita is short, sweet and modern name with the mythological touch.
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