Jagadamba (जगदम्बा) is a feminine first name in India that literally means mother of the world in Sanskrit. It also means a name of the goddess durga.
The name Jagadamba is derived from Sanskrit - a combination of Jagat (universe) and Amba (mother) to form Jagadamba. Together, they indicate the mother of the universe. Mention of the Sanskrit name Jagadamba is found in Shatrunjaya Mahatmya (शत्रुंजय माहात्म्य) in which this word refers to the mother of the world. Jagadamba is also found in thousand names of where Jagadamba refers to Lord who is Goddess Durga.
Jagadamba is not at all a popular baby name in the USA. As per social media records, Jagadamba and it's alternate spellings are not that popular in India. Here Jagadamba is used by less than 42 people in India as the name of their children.
The Hindu baby name Jagadamba is unique but old style. Jagadamba is a good name from the Sanskrit origin with very good meaning attached with it. Jagadamba also has a great sort of mythological significance attached to it. Jagadamba is not popular in the USA, because it is long with 4 syllables and difficult to pronunciation too.
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