Sanskrit girl name Ishika (Sanskrit ईषीका) literally refers ingot-mould, reed, brush and dipping rod or something casts into a crucible to examine if the metal it contains is in fusion. It also means a cane, arrow and weapons. The name originates from the Sanskrit language but is more often used as a Bengali name.
Mention of Ishika is found in the Maitrayani Samhita (मैत्रायणी संहिता) in which Ishika means a reed, cane. Mention of Ishika (ईषीका) is found in the Ramayana (रामायण) where this word refers to an arrow. Ishika is referred in Monier Williams' Sanskrit-English Dictionary in which this word means a painter's brush or a fibrous stick. Ishika is referred in Lexicographers, esp. such as Amarasimha, Halayudha, Hemacandra in which this word means a dipping rod or something cast into a crucible to examine if the metal it contains is in fusion.
According to graph you can see Ishika name is famous in USA since 2000. Ishika is a somewhat popular name in India Ishika is used by 338 people in India as per social media records.
The Hindu baby name Ishika is sweet and unique. It also has a nice meaning attached to it. Ishika has a good mythological background.
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