Sanskrit name Jayadratha (जयद्रथ) literally refers to someone with victorious chariots.
Jayadratha is found to be mentioned in Bhagvat Gita (भगवद्-गीता) and Harivansh (हरिवंश) as having victorious chariots. Jayadratha is also found to be mentioned in Bhagvat Puran (भागवत पुराण) and Vishnu Puran (विष्णु पुराण) where Jayadratha is the name of 10th Manu.
As per mentioned in the Mahabharata, Jayadratha is a Sindhu-Sauvira king who was the son of Brhatkaya, the husband of Dussala, a suitor for the hand of Draupadi who being rejected fought on the Kaurava side.
Jayadratha is not a popular name in either of the countries. As per social media, Jayadratha is used by mere16 people in India as the name of their children.
Jayadratha is unique, but old style name with good meaning and mythological reference too.
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