Keshava केशव

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  • Easy to pronounce
  • 3 syllables and 7 letters
  • pronounced as ke/sha/va
  • Hindi (Sanskrit) केशव

Keshava name meaning

Literal meaning of Keshava:

Keshava is a name of Krishna from within Hindu tradition. Keshava appears as the 23rd and 648th names in the Vishnu sahasranama. Lord Keshava consort is Keerti.

According to Adi Shankara's commentary on the Vishnu sahasranama, Keshava has three meanings:

* one whose Kesa or locks are beautiful

* The lord of creation, preservation, and dissolution.

* one who destroyed the asura or demon Kesi in the Krishna avatar.


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More about Keshava

  • Keshava also means * one who is endowed with the rays of light spreading within the orbit of the sun * one who is endowed with divine powers of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. * child who is blessed with amazing ability
  • Keshav Chandra Dutt was a famous Indian field hockey player.
  • Keshav Swami Purohit , also known as Keshav Pandit or Keshav Bhat Pandit, was Chhatrapati Shivaji’s Rajpurohit (Religious chief) and a Sanskrit scholar and poet of his times.
  • Keshava Baliram Hedgewar was the founder of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
  • Keshava Malagi is a leading Kannada writer of the post-Bandaya generation.
  • K. S. Pillai was a pioneer of cartooning in Malayalam journals.

Spelling variations for Keshava

Keshav

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Kesavaa

Keshavaa

Keshawa

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Keshaava

Keshawaa

Nick names

Keshu(केशु )



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