Sanskrit Name Mukut (मुकुट) literally means crown, crest or diadem.
Reference of Mukut is found in various Epics like Mahabharata and Kavya with different meanings depending on the text.
Mukut founds mention in Kavya and Indische Studien with meanings like a tiara or diadem. In Mahabharata, Mukut is used to denote crown or plural for people, as the crown is worn by the one who works for the welfare of the people.
Mukut is also referred in Sir Monier-Williams dictionary where it refers to the name of a Titrh (तीर्थ) or holy place.
Mukut is not a popular name in the USA. Mukut is a somewhat popular name in India. Mukut is used by less people as the name of their children in India.
In our opinion Mukut is a beautiful name. Mukut represents a beautiful thing too.
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