Manivarman (Sanskrit मणिवर्मन) is an ancient Sanskrit word which literally refers to a talisman consisting of jewels or a jewelled talisman.
Manivarman is found to be referenced in Kathasaritsagar (कथासरित्सागर) where Manivarman is the name of a merchant. This name is also mentioned in Divyavadan (दिव्यावदान) in which Manivarman refers to a talisman which is consisting of jewels.
Manivarman is not a famous name in either of the countries as it is shown in the graph above. Manivarman is used by less than 25 people in India as the name of their kids. Manivarman is not used by the people of the USA as the name of their kids.
Manivarman is long and difficult to pronounce name for non Indian as well as Indian people. But Manivarman has good Sanskrit meaning attached with it.
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