Munindra (in Devanagari: मुनिन्द्र) is a Hindu Masculine given name of Sanskrit origin, which literally means "chief of munis, the great sage and Chief of the sages."
The name Munindra is derived from Sanskrit - a combination of Muni (saint) and Indra (lord of the sky and atmosphere) to form Munindra. Together, they indicate Chief of the sages. Munindra is another name of Lord Shiva.
Munindra is not at all a popular baby name in the USA. In the social media network, the name Munindra is not commonly used. Here it is used by 143 people as the name of their children.
The Hindu baby name Munindra is Unique. It also has a nice meaning attached to it. Munindra also has some sort of mythological significance attached to it.
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