Jwalanti (ज्वलन्ती) is a feminine first name in India that literally means black mustard in Sanskrit.
Mention of the Sanskrit name Jwalanti is found in Nighantuprakasha (निघण्टुप्रकाश) in which this word refers to black mustard. Jwalanti is another name of goddess Lakshmi as the Goddess Who Shines.
Jwalanti is not at all a popular baby name in the USA. Jwalanti is not a popular name in India. Jwalanti is adopted by only handful of people (rarely used) in India as the name of their kids.
In our opinion, Jwalanti is a rare name. Jwalanti is a name from the Sanskrit origin and also the name of goddess Lakshmi with very good meaning attached to it. It has mythological significance also. Jwalanti (Syllables - 3) is a little hard to pronounce for non Indians, maybe that is why it is not popular in the USA.
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