Means "Lord of Kashi" In Sanskrit. It is derived from the joining of two Sanskrit words - Nath(meaning lord) and Kashi is a city situated on the left (west) bank of the River Ganga. According to legend, the city was founded by the Hindu deity, Shiva. So Kashinath is a other name of Lord Shiva.
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