Sanskrit word Mrudul (Sanskrit मृदुल) literally refers to polite, mild, tender or soft.
Mrudul founds mention in Kavya literature, Bhagvat Puran (भागवत-पुराण) and Kuvalyanand (कुवलयानन्द) where Mrudul means soft, tender or mild. This name is also mentioned in the writings of Horace H. Wilson in which Mrudul signifies water.
Mrudul is also found to be referred in Apte's Sanskrit-English dictionary in which this word denotes a variety of aloe wood. Mrudul is used by lexicographers like Amar Singh and Hemchandra in where Mrudul is the name of an herbal plant.
According to the chart shown above Mrudul is a somewhat popular name in India where Mrudul is used by a bit more than 200 people as the name of their kids. Mrudul is not a popular name in the USA because it is not used by any person of the USA as the name of their children.
Mrudul is a short and stylish name. Mrudul is a beautiful name. It also has a great meaning attached to it.
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