Jagannath is derived from Jagannatha a Sanskrit name used to describe a deity form of Krishna. The term means master (natha) of the world (jagat). Jagannath is a form of Vishnu in Hinduism.
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Nilakantha (Sanskrit नीलकण्ठ) is a <a href='/names-of-lord-s..more
Agneyi feminine of Agneya means 'belonging or relating or co..more
Saravana (Sanskrit: सरवण, शरवण) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian p..more
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