Mahidhar (Sanskrit महीधर) literally refers to earth bearing. Mahidhar also means supporting the earth or mountain.
Mahidhar (The eanh-bearer) is made up of two Sanskrit words Mahi means earth-goddess and Dhara means bearer. Mention of Mahidhar is found in Harivansh (हरिवंश) where this word refers to supporting the earth or earth bearing.
Mahidhar is also found to be referred in the Epic Mahabharata (महाभारत) and Kavya literature where Mahidhar is used for mountain. This name is also mentioned in Vajsaneyiya-Sanhita (वाजसनेयि-संहिता) where Mahidhar is used as name of various men and authors.
In the Vishnu Sahasranama, Mahidhar is the 317th and the 369th name of Lord Vishnu as commented by Sri Sartkara states Mahidhar means he supports the earth or accepts worship.
Mahidhar is a somewhat popular name in India. Mahidhar is not used by the people of the USA as the name of their kids.
Mahidhar is a stylish name. Mahidhar also has a nice meaning attached to it. Mahidhar also have some mythological significance attached to it.
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