Mahima (Sanskrit महिमा) is ancient Sanskrit word which literally means might, power, greatness or importance. Mahima also means glorious.
Ancient Sanskrit word Mahima is found to be referred in the epic Ramayan in which this name refers to greatness.
Mahima is used to define the greatness of difficult work carried out by Gods and Goddesses for the welfare of whole world. This word is also used to describe the vicious wars fought by Gods with monsters and to describe how Gods defeated them.
Mahima is a popular name in the USA. As we can clearly see in the graph above, Mahima is 15 - 35 people per year from the year 1998 to 2013. Mahima is a very famous name in India too. Here it is used by more than thousands of people use this name for their babies.
Mahima is a beautiful and proud name for a girl child. It has a nice meaning attached to it. Mahima is also stylish name.
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