Sanskrit name Kambala (Sanskrit कम्बल) means a blanket or woolen clothes. Kambala is also a small worm or insect.
Reference of Kambala is found in Arthav Veda, Mahabharata and Hitopdesh (हितोपदेश) where it refers to a woolen blanket or cloth. This name is also found to be referred in Varah-Mihir-Brihat-Sanhita (वराह-मिहिर-बृहत्-संहिता) where it means a dewlap.
Lexicographers like Amar Singh and Hemchandra have used Kambala in their writings with different meanings like a sort of deer with a shaggy hair coat, an insect or worm and as name of various peoples. In Mahabharata Kambala was a serpent of the Kasyapa family.
Kambala is not a very popular name in either of the countries. Kambala is used by less people in India as the name of their children.
Kambala is not a good name for a boy baby in any prospective. Kambala does not have good meaning and not a sweet sounding name.
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