Mahananda (Sanskrit महानन्दा) is ancient name of Sanskrit origin which denotes ardent spirits or final emancipation. Mahananda also refers to great bliss or highest bliss.
Mahananda founds to be mentioned in the Epic Mahabharata in which it is the name of a river. In the Epic Tithyaditya (तिथ्यादित्य) Mahananda refers to the 9th day of the month Magh (माघ).
Lexicographers like Amar Singh and Hemchandra have used Mahananda in their writings with meanings like ardent spirits or a species of plant.
Mahananda is not a popular name in the USA. Mahananda is a somewhat popular name in India. Here it is used by few people as the name of their children.
Mahananda is a unique, but old style name. Mahananda also have some sort of mythological significance attached to it, as it is the name of a river.
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