Malavi (Sanskrit मालवी) is an ancient Sanskrit word which literally means a princess. Malavi also refers to a kind of musical note or raag.
Reference of Malavi is found in Epics like Mahabharata and Sangeet-Saarsangrah (संगीत-सारसंग्रह).
In Mahabharata Malavi is the name of wife of Ashvapati (अश्व-पति) and progenitress of the Malwa.
Malavi also founds to be referred in Sangeet-Saarsangrah where it refers to a particular raag in music.
This name is also mentioned in Sir Monier-Williams dictionary where it refers to a Prakrit meter.
Malavi is not a very popular name in the either of the countries. Malavi is not used by any of the people in the USA as the name of their babies. In India also it is used by only few people as the name of their countries.
Malavi is a sweet and unique name with a beautiful meaning.
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